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Real Politics Is Being Forced on Russia’s Communist Party
The Kremlin is abandoning attempts to cosplay democracy and relying more openly on the suppression of any critical voices, including the KPRF.
Kremlin Says Unbothered by Pegasus Spyware Revelations
Russia's top officials “use a special, reliably protected government communications system,” the Kremlin said.
Russia Won't Hit 60% Vaccination Target By Autumn, Kremlin Says as Virus Surges
Russia's goal of reaching herd immunity through vaccination has been delayed by a lagging public uptake.
Kremlin Bars Independent Broadcaster From Pool Over Navalny Protest Coverage
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Dozhd “supported illegal actions” by covering the protests.
After Plane Crisis, Is Belarusian President Lukashenko Becoming a Troublesome Partner for Russia?
Analysts say Moscow’s muted reaction to the diversion to Minsk of a Ryanair flight speaks to the Kremlin’s ambivalent view of the strongman.
'no sports nutrition department'
Kremlin Says Doesn’t Know If Czech Blast, Skripal Poisoning Suspects Work for It
Investigative journalist Christo Grozev said the two are now working as “important representatives of the Kremlin” in Russia's regions.
mind your business
Kremlin Rejects Western Concerns Over Hunger-Striking Navalny's Health
“The state of health of convicts and prisoners on Russian territory cannot and should not be a topic of interest for them.”
‘No De-Escalation’: Russia Reacts to U.S. Sanctions, Biden Speech
Russian officials and television personalities had strong reactions to the measures and Biden’s comments.
'time to de-escalate'
Kremlin Welcomes Biden Call for Dialogue, Criticizes Sanctions
The Kremlin said it was still considering the offer for a Putin-Biden summit the day after the U.S. announced a new round of Russia sanctions.
Kremlin Says Not Moving Toward War With Ukraine
In recent weeks fighting has intensified between Ukraine's army and pro-Russian separatists controlling two regions in the country's east.
Putin Sends Queen Elizabeth II Condolences Following Prince Philip’s Death
Russia's president wished Queen Elizabeth “courage and spiritual fortitude in the face of a heavy and irreparable loss.”
Donbass Escalation Would Be ‘Beginning of the End’ for Ukraine – Putin Aide
Dmitry Kozak added that Russia “would have to come to the defense” of its citizens in eastern Ukraine “depending on the scale of the fire.”
Virus-Driven Migrant Shortage Keeps Russia From ‘Ambitious Plans’ – Kremlin
The shortage could jeopardize the $400-billion National Projects development package, which was already struggling to meet deadlines.
terms and conditions
Russia Says Hopes to Avoid Ban on Western Tech Giants
Russia earlier this month began disrupting Twitter services in Russia as it ramped up pressure on foreign social media platforms.
Russia 'Concerned' Over Myanmar Civilian Casualties
Russia's deputy defense minister attended Myanmar's military parade over the weekend amid its deadly crackdown on civilians.
Kremlin Denounces UK Plan to Increase Nuclear Arsenal
The Kremlin said Britain's reversal of its previous commitment to reduce its stockpile "harms international stability."
Stay In Your Lane
Kremlin Says U.S. Should Focus on Texas Instead of Nord Stream 2
The Biden administration is reportedly considering new sanctions on the controversial pipeline.
Annual March for Boris Nemtsov Canceled Due to Coronavirus
Organizers have asked Moscow authorities to let supporters lay flowers at the site where Nemtsov was murdered instead.
Russia’s Excess Death Spike a ‘Harsh Reality’ of Coronavirus, Kremlin Says
President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly boasted that Russia has seen lower fatality rates than other countries during the pandemic.
Russia Defends Expulsion of European Diplomats
The Kremlin said the shock expulsion was linked to "illegal riots."
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