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In Russia, they tore down lots of statues, but little changed in terms of what those monuments stood for
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In Russia, they tore down lots of statues, but little changed in terms of what those monuments stood for

As the US boils with anger over police brutality and racism, the experience of Russia since the collapse of communism offers a cautionary lesson in the perils and disappointments of toppling monuments

After Russia's strong start, Vladimir Putin makes bleak coronavirus admission: 'We don't have much to brag about'
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After Russia's strong start, Vladimir Putin makes bleak coronavirus admission: 'We don't have much to brag about'

The head of Russia’s coronavirus task force, Tatyana Golikova, assured President Vladimir Putin in mid-March that the country was ready to take on the pandemic

Bernie Sanders tells Russia to 'stay out' after US officials warn of interference in 2020 presidential elections; Moscow denies reports
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Bernie Sanders tells Russia to 'stay out' after US officials warn of interference in 2020 presidential elections; Moscow denies reports

Sanders, 78, a democratic socialist US senator from Vermont, is considered the front-runner for the Democratic nomination and is favored to win the Nevada caucuses on Saturday

Vladimir Putin's power shakeup: Six key takeaways from the Russian president's call for constitutional changes
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Vladimir Putin's power shakeup: Six key takeaways from the Russian president's call for constitutional changes

In his annual state-of-the-nation speech on Wednesday, President Vladimir Putin of Russia shook up the country and its political class by calling for constitutional changes that would give him a new path to holding onto power after his current — and, in theory, last — term ends in 2024

Maria Butina, convicted of working as a Russian spy in US, returns to Moscow after being deported
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Maria Butina, convicted of working as a Russian spy in US, returns to Moscow after being deported

Maria Butina pleaded guilty in December last year to one count of conspiring to act as a foreign agent for Russia by infiltrating a gun rights group and influencing US conservative activists and Republicans.

Putin signs law to help Russia have 'sovereign internet' that can be disconnected at will
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Putin signs law to help Russia have 'sovereign internet' that can be disconnected at will

Critics say that would increase the power of state agencies to control information

Moscow, the loafer's way: Soaking in Russian culture in the city's pubs, flea markets and metro stations
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Moscow, the loafer's way: Soaking in Russian culture in the city's pubs, flea markets and metro stations

A trip to a fine chinaware store, a Georgian restuarant and candid conversations with locals — the best of Moscow is lurking in corners where the first-time traveler would not look

Russian operative Maria Butina sentenced to 18 months in prison for role in influence campaign in US politics
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Russian operative Maria Butina sentenced to 18 months in prison for role in influence campaign in US politics

The leader of a small Russian gun rights group, Maria Butina used her ties to the NRA firearms lobby to build a network of powerful Republican contacts.

Kim-Putin summit: North Korea supreme leader meets Russian leader months after failed denuclearisation talks with Donald Trump
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Kim-Putin summit: North Korea supreme leader meets Russian leader months after failed denuclearisation talks with Donald Trump

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un met Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday at a summit designed to show that Washington is not the only power able to set the agenda on Pyongyang’s nuclear programme.

Kim Jong-un arrives in Russia ahead of summit with Vladimir Putin; North Korean leader to discuss Korean Peninsula, bilateral ties tomorrow
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Kim Jong-un arrives in Russia ahead of summit with Vladimir Putin; North Korean leader to discuss Korean Peninsula, bilateral ties tomorrow

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un arrived in Russia by train on Wednesday, a day before his much-anticipated summit with President Vladimir Putin that comes amid deadlocked diplomacy on his nuclear programme.

Russia's new 'Sovereign Bill' could give the country its own Great Firewall
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Russia's new 'Sovereign Bill' could give the country its own Great Firewall

Russia's bill creates a single command post where authorities will be able to manage internet content.

Russia offers to mediate between India and Pakistan in bid for peace; Moscow 'concerned’ about escalation of tension
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Russia offers to mediate between India and Pakistan in bid for peace; Moscow 'concerned’ about escalation of tension

Russia is ready to mediate between India and Pakistan to try to calm tensions between the two nuclear powers, Russian government officials said on Thursday, warning of the risk of further clashes between the two countries.

International Paralympic Committee set to lift Russia suspension over doping scandal, but with conditions
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International Paralympic Committee set to lift Russia suspension over doping scandal, but with conditions

The International Paralympic Committee said on Friday it will conditionally readmit Russia by March this year, lifting a suspension imposed over a doping scandal.

Nicolas Maduro says 'imperialists' will have to wait for presidential elections till 2025; welcomes negotiations with US-backed Opposition
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Nicolas Maduro says 'imperialists' will have to wait for presidential elections till 2025; welcomes negotiations with US-backed Opposition

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro said he was prepared to hold negotiations with the US-backed opposition and added he would support early parliamentary elections

RUSADA's failure to meet WADA deadline to hand over data from anti-doping lab down to logistics, says Kremlin
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RUSADA's failure to meet WADA deadline to hand over data from anti-doping lab down to logistics, says Kremlin

The Kremlin on Wednesday said Moscow's failure to meet the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) deadline last week to hand over data from its anti-doping laboratory could be explained by logistical problems.

Vladimir Putin hails 'successful' test of hypersonic missile, claims new defence system will be ready in 2019
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Vladimir Putin hails 'successful' test of hypersonic missile, claims new defence system will be ready in 2019

The final test comes after US president Donald Trump announced plans to pull out of a key Cold War-era nuclear weapons pact, the three-decade-old Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty

MI6 'C' Alex Younger outlines global threats to Britain ahead of Brexit, warns Russia to not underestimate the West
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MI6 'C' Alex Younger outlines global threats to Britain ahead of Brexit, warns Russia to not underestimate the West

In his second major speech since being named in 2014 to head the Secret Intelligence Service or MI6, Alex Younger, ranged across the global threats faced by Britain as it prepares to exit the European Union in less than four months.

Twitter has suspended an account for impersonating Russia's Vladimir Putin
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Twitter has suspended an account for impersonating Russia's Vladimir Putin

The account mainly posted official government links to Putin’s public appearances.

Russia and India to sign $5 billion deal on S-400 air defence systems this week, says Kremlin
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Russia and India to sign $5 billion deal on S-400 air defence systems this week, says Kremlin

Moscow has been negotiating to sell the S-400 long-range surface-to-air missiles to India for months.