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Russian Lawmakers Seek Revenge Over Butina Sentencing – Reports
The so-called “Butina List” would include U.S. officials accused of “violating the fundamental rights and freedoms of Russian citizens.”
Russia ‘Bewildered’ by Poland’s World War II Commemoration Snub
Russia wasn't invited because of its annexation of Crimea and activities in eastern Ukraine, an aide to Poland's president said.
Russia Accuses Serbian Opposition of Stoking Violence With Protests
Russia counts the Serbian government among its allies.
Moscow Demands U.S. Explain Charges Against Russian Trump Tower Lawyer
Russia demands an explanation from the United States about charges brought against a Russian lawyer who attended a June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower.
Russia Accuses U.S. Of ‘Shameless’ Meddling in Venezuela
U.S. sanctions have targeted a Venezuelan currency exchange network scheme that siphoned off billions of dollars to government insiders.
U.S. Warns Russia Against Assad Hit With Chemical Arms — Report
“We caution Washington against another military escapade,” was the response from Moscow.
Internet Mocks Russian Ministry's Photo Promising 'Healing Powers'
A photo of Lavrov holding the Russian flag "has healing powers," the Foreign Ministry said.
Russia Slams Saudi ‘Fake News’
Russia’s Foreign Ministry has slammed a Saudi report accusing the Russian team of doping.
Russian Foreign Ministry Calls NATO Combat Readiness Plan a Blow to European Security
The United States was pressing its European allies to get combat ready
Russian Jet Intercepts U.S. Spy Plane in ‘Safe but Unprofessional’ Maneuver
“U.S. Navy ships and aircraft routinely interact with military units from other countries.”
Russia Demands Its Flag Returns to Seized Consulate Flagpole
Russia’s Foreign Ministry has demanded the United States return the Russian flag that was flown from the seized consulate in Seattle.
News From Russia: What You Missed Over the Weekend
Telegram protests, talks with Korean leaders and what not to wear in Moscow airports.
Western Envoys Condemn Russia Over ‘Obscene’ Chemical Attack Denial
Russia and Syria presented unharmed people from Ghouta, Syria, at the premises of the Organization for the Prohibition for Chemical Weapons on Thursday...
Russia Hopes Armenia Can Solve Problems Via Dialogue – Foreign Ministry
Moscow hopes that Armenia's ruling party and the opposition can hold talks about their differences.
Russia to Steer Clear of Armenian Crisis, Opposition Leader Says
Armenian opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan said he had met a Russian official and got reassurance that Moscow would not intervene in Armenia's political...
Russia Demands Official U.S. Response After Facebook Blocks 'Troll Factory'
Facebook deleted hundreds of articles and pages linked to the “troll factory” based in St. Petersburg this week.
U.K. Is Breaking International Law by Withholding Data on Skripal's Daughter, Russia Says
The Russian Foreign Ministry said Britain was breaking international law by refusing to provide information on Yulia Skripal, poisoned in England earlier...
Russia Says Britain Might Be Involved in Skripal Poisoning
Russian Foreign Ministry demanded from London to prove British spies did not poison a former double agent, saying in the absence of such proof it would...
Russia is a 'Beast From the Deep Sea' With 'Tentacles' — U.S. State Department
Russia's embassy said the comparison resembled Nazi-era propaganda.
Russians Vote to Close U.S. Consulate in St. Petersburg in Twitter Poll
The vote came after the U.S. ruled to close Russia’s consulate in Seattle over the poisoning of a former spy in Britain.
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