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Mar 20, 2018
US 'not surprised' at Vladimir Putin's reelection as Russia president, after China hailed 'best level' of ties with MoscowThe White House stopped short of congratulating Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, saying his re-election victory was no surprise and that there was no congratulatory phone call scheduled with President Donald Trump
Mar 19, 2018
Xi Jinping congratulates Vladimir Putin on his re-election, says China-Russia partnership is at 'best level in history'Chinese President Xi Jinping, on Monday, congratulated Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on his re-election, saying Beijing was willing to work with Moscow to bring ties to a 'higher level'
Mar 12, 2018
Russian presidential election: Vladimir Putin, country's post-Soviet tsar, set to extend his long rule to 2024Vladimir Putin, who is set to extend his long rule to 2024 in Russia's presidential election on Sunday, has stamped his total authority in Russia.
Dec 14, 2017
Vladimir Putin to address Russian media today, first time after announcing candidacy for 2018 presidential electionRussian president Vladimir Putin will hold an annual press conference on Thursday, his first major public appearance since announcing he would seek a new six-year term in March 2018 elections
Oct 23, 2017
Alexei Navalny back on Russian presidential campaign trail after 20-day jail term for protests against Vladimir PutinNavalny, who has declared his intention to stand for president in 2018, was released in a secret location in Moscow early Sunday to evade media attention.
Mar 05, 2012
Observers question Putin's 'honest battle' with a list of poll violationsThe Organization of Security and Cooperation in Europe, a respected international watchdog, said the election that returned Putin to the presidency after four years as prime minister had "serious problems."
Dec 15, 2011
Will dissent bring real change to muzzled Russian TV?The coverage of protests on state-controlled television made clear that the "social contract" was not forever and television and politics could not longer co-exist with so much cynicism.