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Vladimir Putin expresses "outrage" over the conviction of Maria Butina

In his first comments on the case, Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed "indignation" over Maria Butina's 18-month jail term. "It's an outrage," Putin told journalists in Beijing told Reuters. "It's not clear what she was convicted of or what crime she committed." "I think it's a prime example of" save face, "he added," They arrested her and put the girl …

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Putin has just attacked the Ukraine. Trump has to answer

In a new challenge for Ukraine on Wednesday, President Vladimir Putin offered Russian citizens passports to the inhabitants of eastern Ukraine. Putin did this to consolidate his control over the Ukrainian provinces of Donetsk and Luhansk (they call the Provinces of Oblast) and give Russia an excuse to escalate into Kiev if so desired. Putin's timing here is not surprising. …

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Kim Jong-un from North Korea arrives for a meeting with Putin in Russia

SEOUL – With a black fedora and a black coat, a smiling Kim Jong-un, North Korea's leader, stepped out of an armored train that had taken him on a day-trip from Pyongyang to the Russian port of Vladivostok on Wednesday. 19659002] Mr. Kim's arrival came a day before his scheduled meeting with President Vladimir V. Putin as part of the …

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Pushed by Putin, the Russians have sought channels to trump through the business world

Trump White House is familiar with "all these informal business practices," including strengthening the role of family members and friends who are not required to disclose potential conflicts of interest or comply with government ethics. "That's the way the Russians like to operate," she said. According to Müller's report, Putin wasted no time in inviting Russian oligarchs to carry the …

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When Putin is around, the GPS is messed up

When Russian President Vladimir Putin and a convoy of construction vehicles rolled over one of the world's most controversial new bridges on May 15, 2018, something unconventional happened on ships anchored near the Kerch Strait. The ships' GPS systems suddenly indicated that they were actually 65 kilometers away, on land and in the middle of an airport. The incident is …

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Report: Former Putin counselor who died in the US broke his neck

Newly released documents indicate that a former Russian President's advisor suffered a broken throat in a Washington hotel room in 2015 "at the time of his death" or near his death. WASHINGTON (AP) – Newly released documents show that a former Russian President's advisor suffered a complete neck break in 2015 in a hotel room in Washington near the neck …

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Some Russians fight back while Putin undermines freedoms

But with domestic affairs setting the agenda for the Kremlin, Putin's Russia also seems to take a more authoritarian turn. This week Russian lawmakers passed a new law aimed at restricting the freedom of the Internet. Under the laws that await the final signing of the President is a measure that allows the authorities to jail individuals for insulting government …

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Putin complained his limousine was too soft and asked for more 'brutal' version

Vladimir Putin's limousine took off at the Geneva Motor Show for its European debut. The Aurus Senate L700 entered the limelight when it delivered the Russian president to his inauguration last year. Denis Manturov, Russian minister of Industry and Trade, He requested "some very light amendments about," he said make it more, I would say stronger, maybe more brutal, "Manturov …

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Russian television lists potential nuclear attacks in the US following a Putin warning

Russian state television on Sunday listed possible targets in the US for a nuclear strike. (Rossiya-1) Russian state television listed potential US targets in the event of a nuclear attack Sunday, claiming that its new hypersonic rocket technology could reach them in less than five minutes. Reuters called the report "unusual, even by the sometimes bellicose standards of Russian state …

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