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  1. Russia Reportedly Detains Abkhaz Oppositionist Following New Demand For Khajimba's ResignationRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Weekday Magazine

    Russian President Vladimir Putin meets with Raul Khajimba, the de facto president of Georgia's breakaway Republic of Abkhazia, in Moscow on December 1. Russia appears to have intervened to curtail a new push by the Abkhaz opposition to force the resignation of Raul Khajimba, the de facto president of Georgia's breakaway Republic of Abkhazia.


  2. Putin says 'clever' Trump will soon grasp weighty roleRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Manila Bulletin

    President Vladimir Putin in an interview aired Sunday called US President-elect Donald Trump intelligent and predicted he would quickly grasp his new level of responsibility and act accordingly. Russian President Vladimir Putin gives a speech at a Valdai Discussion Club meeting of political scientists in Sochi on October 27, 2016.


  3. Russian market of feed corn in the beginning of 2016/17 MY - quality is more important than quantityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Agricultural Market

    Gradually feed corn in Russia is turning into export-oriented crop. High demand from processors and traders stimulated corn production growth.


  4. Masha Gessen On the "Impulse to Normalize"Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WNYC-AM New York

    Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting on military issues in the Bocharov Ruchei residence in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Russia, Friday, Nov. 18, 2016. The journalist Masha Gessen recently wrote a piece called "Autocracy: Rules for Survival" in the New York Review of Books .


  5. Trainspotting Texts Land Two Russian Women in PrisonRead the original story

    Friday | Transitions Online

    A second Russian citizen is in prison for the crime of sending text messages about Russian military transports on the eve of the country's 2008 war with Georgia. In the most recent case, a Sochi woman named Oksana Sevastidi was sentenced to seven years in prison on espionage and treason charges by a court in Krasnodar this past March.


  6. Kremlin Confirms Warning AboutShooting Down Ukrainian MissilesRead the original story

    Friday |

    Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov confirmed that the Kremlin had sent a diplomatic note to Ukraine, warning that it would shoot down Ukrainian missiles fired during Ukrainian military exercises from Dec. 1-2, the Interfax news agency reported Thursday. On Nov. 25, the Ukrainian military attache in Moscow received a note of protest from the Russian Defense Ministry regarding the firing of missiles in the airspace above what Russia considers to be its territorial waters around Crimea, but there was no mention of any plan to shoot down Ukrainian missiles.


  7. Athletics Body Maintains Russian Ban From CompetitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Weekday Magazine

    In this file photo from February 21, 2014, a sign is shown for the Doping Control Station in the Laura Biathlon Center during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia. World athletics' governing body has extended the ban on Russia competing in international competition, due to its deep problems with doping.


  8. Russian President Vladimir Putin.Read the original story

    Thursday Dec 1 | Washington Times

    It is as if both Moscow and Kiev can see the writing on the wall, that a final solution is about to be imposed to the smoldering contest for dominance in Ukraine's Donbass region. Although there is no hot war in Crimea, twice in the last several months, Russia has expressed outrage at alleged actions by Ukrainian "special forces" troops inside Crimea, which is now firmly under Russian control.


  9. Despite Moscow threat, Ukraine begins military tests close to Crimea, says drills comply with normsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Big News

    Our eNewspaper network was founded in 2002 to provide stand-alone digital news sites tailored for the most searched-for locations for news. With a traditional newspaper format, more than 100 sites were established each with a newspaper-type name to cover the highest-ranked regions, countries, cities and states.


  10. Lenta acquired Kesko.Read the original story

    Thursday Dec 1 | AK&M

    Lenta closed a deal on the acquisition of Kesko's business operating under the K-Ruoka brand in the food stuff sale sector, the company informed. The aggregated value of the deal is equal to 11.4bn rub.


  11. Blind skier puts her life in her husband's handsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | KION 46

    Instead the US Paralympic alpine ski racer depends on her husband and guide Rob Umstead to get her down safely. "It's scary all the time going down the hill and not being able to see," Danelle said.


  12. NBC Sports to Present 150 Hours of Bobsled & Skeleton World Cup Coverage This WinterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 |

    NBC Sports Group will present 150 hours of bobsled and skeleton coverage throughout the 2016-17 season, including all IBSF World Cup events, and the IBSF World Championships in Sochi, Russia. The events will be presented across a variety of platforms including NBCSN, Universal HD, and the NBC Sports app, from December through March 2017.


  13. Greg Louganis: Speaking Out Matters in Sports and ArtRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Advocate

    Like all of us, Greg Louganis watched that whole kerfuffle with the cast of Hamilton with concern. President-elect Donald Trump demanded an apology because the cast confronted Vice President-elect Mike Pence about whether he'd make an effort to represent all people, no matter their race or religion or sexual orientation.


  14. Russia to Deploy New Space Surveillance System Elements in Four RegionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | DefenceTalk News

    Advanced elements of the Russian Space Surveillance System will be deployed in a number of the country's regions, including Crimea and the Far East, in the next few years, according to Andrey Ivashina, spokesman for the Russian Aerospace Forces. The next few years will see the deployment of sophisticated complexes of the Russian Space Surveillance System in the Altai Republic, the Far East, Crimea and the Republic of Buryatia, Andrey Ivashina, spokesman for the Russian Aerospace Forces, was quoted by RIA Novosti as saying.


  15. Europe follows Trump to the rightRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 29 |

    As Donald Trump nears his choice for secretary of state, one of the first orders of business for the successful candidate will be grappling with instability from the populist revolution emerging across the Atlantic, upheaval similar to that which propelled Trump to power - a sudden and powerful lurch toward the right. This restlessness presents both potential opportunities and peril for the next president of the United States - and those who would carry out his vision.


  16. 'Black hole': What makes Russia's newest submarine unique?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | UPI

    The Russian defense industry has completed the construction of a diesel-electric submarine of Project 636.3, the Kolpino, for the Black Sea Fleet. The submarine, dubbed by NATO naval experts as the "Black Hole" for its stealth and underwater capabilities, is equipped with the newest Kalibr-PL cruise missiles with an effective range of up to 2,500 kilometers . 1 comment

  17. Six New Submarines Built for the Russian NavyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Marine News

    JSC Admiralty Shipyards has finished building a series of six submarines for the Russian Navy's Black Sea fleet , marked with a flag lifting ceremony on the large diesel-electric submarine Kolpino, which was transferred to the Russian Navy. The ceremony was attended by Chief of the Navy, Vladimir Korolev; president of JSC United Shipbuilding Corporation, Alexei Rakhmanov; and CEO of JSC Admiralty Shipyards, Alexander Buzakov.


  18. Prokop leads fresh calls for Reedie to stand down two weeks after president's re-election at WADARead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Sunday Herald

    WORLD Anti-Doping Agency president Sir Craig Reedie is facing renewed calls for his resignation less than two weeks after being granted a new three-year term in charge after a German television investigation alleged the Scot was aware of the scale of cover-ups of corruption and drug cheating in athletics as far back as 2014. In a documentary broadcast by ARD on Sunday, a WADA memo from two years ago was produced which detailed a meeting between Reedie, his then-chief counsel Olivier Niggli and officials from Russia's Sports Ministry to discuss claims of the concealment of positive doping tests involving a number of competitors who were later handed lengthy bans.


  19. The wife of one of Vladimir Putin's spokesmen has performed a Holocaust-themed ice skating routineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Sunday Herald

    Tatiana Navka is the wife of Vladimir Putin's press spokesman Dmitry Peskov, and has come under fire for performing a Holocaust-themed ice skating routine. On Saturday she and her partner wore striped uniforms bearing yellow six-pointed stars and were heavily made up to look bruised.


  20. 'Holocaust on ice': Performance by Putin spokesman's wife sparks outrageRead the original story

    Monday Nov 28 |

    With fewer and fewer voices to recall the horrors of Auschwitz, the question of how to keep the memories of it alive has become more pressing. In Russia, a reality television show has chosen a highly controversial way.