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Danske Quits Baltics and Russia as Laundering Case Deepens
Danske said it will close down its activities in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Russia.
Kuril Population Overwhelmingly Opposes Transfer of Islands to Japan
President Putin said that any deal to end the territorial dispute with Japan would need public backing.
Russia Plans to Send Space Tourists on ‘Gagarin Route’ by 2021
Roscosmos signed a deal with the U.S. space tourism firm Space Adventures to send two civilians to the ISS by late 2021.
Russia's Putin, Saudi King Ready to Continue Energy Cooperation
The two leaders praised bilateral partnership between Russia and Saudi Arabia.
Russian Soldiers Banned From Taking Selfies Under New Law
The bill institutes a ban on the sharing of photographs, videos, and geolocation data.
U.S. Sanctions Delay Russian Passenger Jet by a Year
Rostec's chief executive said production would not now start until the end of 2020.
‘Not Made of Steel’: Kadyrov Briefly Cedes Power Over Health Scare
The Chechen leader said he caught a common cold that forced him to temporarily hand over power last week.
Detention of Investor Is an 'Emergency' for Russian Economy, Kudrin Says
Michael Calvey was detained on Thursday after accusations of embezzlement.
Facebook Blocks RT’s Viral ‘In the Now’ Video Page
Russian lawmakers criticized the ban as a black stain on Facebook's reputation.
Russian Journalist Attacked After Investigation into Local Official — Reports
The outlet said it had faced multiple threats to stop its investigation.
Kremlin Says Investor Arrest Won't Hurt Business Climate
Analysts are disturbed by the arrest of Michael Calvey.
Russia’s Pobeda Airline (Finally) Relaxes Hand Luggage Rules
It is a victory for frequent flyers.
Over Half of Russian Military Police Have Syrian War Experience — Official
Russian officers have patrolled Golan Heights and Manbij.
Kremlin Says It Is Following Situation with Calvey's Detention Very Closely
Calvey's detention is beyond Vladimir Putin's remit, his spokesman says.
Scammed Nigerian Footballers Stranded in Russia After World Cup, NGO Says
Nigeria's consulate has reportedly refused to help the men, a local NGO said.
Russian Journalist and Activist Briefly Detained in Amsterdam
The journalist accused Dutch police of trying to gain unauthorized access to her work phone.
News From Russia: What You Missed Over the Weekend
School collapse. Russia given 'investment grade.' Skripal's health deteriorates.
Russia's Gazprombank Freezes Accounts of Venezuela's PDVSA, Source Says
Gazprombank is Russia’s third biggest lender by assets.
Russian University Building Partly Collapses, No Casualties
Around two dozen people were trapped in the building of the University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics.
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