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Putin threatens US arms race with new missiles declaration

Putin threatens US arms race with new missiles declaration

has announced that Russia has developed and is testing a new line of strategic nuclear-capable weapons that would be able to outmanoeuvre US defences, in a possible signal of a new arms race between Moscow and the west.Speaking in a nationally televised address to the country’s political elite weeks before the presidential election, Putin showed video and animations of ICBMs, nuclear-powered cruise missiles, underwater drones and other weapons that he said had developed as a result of the signed with the Soviet Union.“You didn’t listen to our country then,” Putin said during the speech on...

March 1, 2018
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Trump and Putin to reveal details of first official summit

Trump and Putin to reveal details of first official summit

Donald Trump and have agreed a time and place to hold their first official summit, a senior Russian official announced on Wednesday.The Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov told journalists that the summit will be held in a country other than or the United States. The date and location of the meeting will be announced on Thursday, Ushakov said.The announcement followed a one-on-one meeting between the US national security adviser, , and Putin at the Kremlin on Wednesday, where the two sides discussed the summit, nuclear arms control and other bilateral issues, according to the Russian...

June 27, 2018
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Thousands of Russians attend rallies calling for Alexei Navalny’s release

Thousands of Russians attend rallies calling for Alexei Navalny’s release

Allies of jailed opposition leader held as police close parts of Moscow and other cities before protests in MoscowWed 21 Apr 2021 11.09 EDTFirst published on Wed 21 Apr 2021 05.35 EDTThousands of Russians have rallied in cities across the country in a last-ditch effort to secure the freedom of the jailed opposition leader .The demonstrations have shown the determination of Navalny’s core supporters, who called for “freedom for political prisoners!” at tense standoffs opposite riot police in helmets and body armour, who have vowed to break up the unsanctioned demonstrations.But early turnout...

Apr 21
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Alexei Navalny moved to hospital as fears grow for life of Putin critic

Alexei Navalny moved to hospital as fears grow for life of Putin critic

Doctors say opposition leader, who is on hunger strike, is in danger of a heart attack or kidney failure in MoscowMon 19 Apr 2021 06.44 EDTLast modified on Mon 19 Apr 2021 10.45 EDTAlexei Navalny has been transferred to a prison hospital as concerns have grown among supporters that the Russian opposition leader is dangerously ill and could die “at any minute”.Navalny’s transfer came after his doctors warned at the weekend showing that the Kremlin critic, who has been on hunger strike for nearly three weeks, was in danger of a heart attack or kidney failure.In a statement on Monday, Russia’s...

Apr 19
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Putin residence has cryo chamber and stables, Navalny team alleges

Putin residence has cryo chamber and stables, Navalny team alleges

Investigators have released floor plans and photos of expanded residence they say is Putin’s favourite in MoscowFri 16 Apr 2021 11.18 EDTLast modified on Fri 16 Apr 2021 15.30 EDTAn investigation by ’s (FBK) has revealed new details about another of Vladimir Putin’s alleged lavish residences, complete with stables, a golf course and an expansive spa complex that .Using satellite and drone footage, company records, photographs and other data, investigators have released of an expanded residence near Valdai, which they said was the Russian president’s favourite and most secret.They claimed...

Apr 16
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Russian prosecutors move to liquidate Navalny’s ‘extremist’ movement

Russian prosecutors move to liquidate Navalny’s ‘extremist’ movement

Seeking to designate organisation as extremist group is most sweeping assault on opposition supporters yet in MoscowFri 16 Apr 2021 13.38 EDTLast modified on Fri 16 Apr 2021 14.43 EDTThe Moscow prosecutor’s office has announced that it will seek to designate ’s Anti-Corruption Foundation and his regional political headquarters as “extremist groups”, moving to in effect liquidate the jailed opposition leader’s political organisation in Russia.It is the most sweeping assault yet on supporters of Navalny, and comes after his two-and-a-half-year sentence on embezzlement charges and the arrest...

Apr 16
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Biden urges Russia to de-escalate Ukraine tensions in call with Putin

Biden urges Russia to de-escalate Ukraine tensions in call with Putin

US president proposed a summit between the two leaders amid growing concern over Russian military buildup on Ukraine border in Moscow and Tue 13 Apr 2021 12.04 EDTLast modified on Tue 13 Apr 2021 16.08 EDTJoe Biden has called on to demand he de-escalate tensions with Ukraine amid the largest buildup of Russian forces on its borders since the annexation of Crimea.In a phone call on Tuesday, Biden also proposed a meeting in a third country in the coming months, potentially setting up the first US-Russia presidential summit since Putin held talks with Donald Trump in Helsinki in 2018.According...

Apr 13
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Biden hits Russia with new sanctions in response to election meddling

Biden hits Russia with new sanctions in response to election meddling

Ten diplomats expelled as part of fresh package of sanctions announced by US president as Russia says retaliation ‘inevitable’ in MoscowThu 15 Apr 2021 11.32 EDTFirst published on Thu 15 Apr 2021 08.36 EDTThe Biden administration has announced the expulsion of 10 Russian diplomats and broad sanctions against Russian officials and companies in retaliation for Moscow’s interference in elections and cyber-espionage campaigns such as the .The sanctions, which were the Biden’s largest punitive action against the Kremlin yet, also targeted six Russian cybersecurity companies deemed to be involved...

Apr 15
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Russian police raid home of prominent journalist Roman Anin

Russian police raid home of prominent journalist Roman Anin

Officers seize phones and documents at apartment of reporter who investigated Kremlin in MoscowSat 10 Apr 2021 09.46 EDTLast modified on Sat 10 Apr 2021 09.58 EDTRussian police have briefly detained and interrogated Roman Anin, one of the country’s leading investigative journalists, in a criminal probe suspected to be motivated by revenge for his investigations into the Kremlin elite.Investigators on Friday searched Anin’s Moscow apartment and seized telephones and other electronic equipment and documents. Anin, the founder of iStories and one of the Russian reporters who worked on the...

Apr 10
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US ambassador to leave Moscow as tensions rise

US ambassador to leave Moscow as tensions rise

John Sullivan’s departure will leave both countries’ embassies without their top diplomats at key moment in Moscow and in WashingtonTue 20 Apr 2021 13.28 EDTFirst published on Tue 20 Apr 2021 05.02 EDTWashington’s ambassador to Moscow has announced that he will return to the US for consultations, days after the Russian government during what it said was an “extremely tense situation”.John Sullivan’s departure will leave both countries’ embassies without their top diplomats at a crucial moment, with Washington and Moscow recently announcing new sanctions, a , and concerns about the...

Apr 20
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