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Apple Faces Anti-Telegram Lawsuit Following U.S. Capitol Riot
A U.S. NGO has sued Apple in a bid to remove Telegram from its App Store, claiming the app fails to filter out far-right extremist activity.
Russia Says Leaving Open Skies Military Treaty
Russia has announced its intention to withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty citing the "lack of progress" maintaining its function since the U.S. with drew...
Russia Says 'Not Sending Troops' to C.Africa
The CAR government said earlier Monday that Russia, along with Rwanda, had sent in hundreds of troops to the country.
U.S. Planning to Close Last Consulates in Russia
The outgoing Trump administration is planning to close the two remaining U.S. consulates in Yekaterinburg and the Far East city of Vladivostok.
Bulgaria Expels Russian Military Attache for Spying
Bulgaria has expelled a Russian military attache after prosecutors opened a probe against him for spying on U.S. troops in the E.U. and NATO member states...
Pompeo Blames Russia for Massive U.S. Cyberattack
Russia was "pretty clearly" behind the devastating cyberattack, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said.
Russian Navy to Join NATO Countries for Joint Exercises in 10-Year First
The last time the Russian Navy operated together with NATO ships was in 2011.
Russia Denies Turkish Report of Sputnik Vaccine Refusal
A Turkish newspaper report saying Turkey had rejected Russia's vaccine was later called "fake news."
Moscow Calls on Iran to Treat Nuclear Deal With 'Responsibility'
The agreement was signed in 2015 by Iran and several world powers to curb Tehran’s nuclear activities in exchange for an easing of sanctions.
Self-Isolation, Elections and Vibes: Google Ranks Top Russian-Language Searches of 2020
The Russian-language version of Google posted its end-of-year video. Spoiler alert: it’s as depressing as you think.
War of Words
Who’s Afraid of Jennifer Psaki?
With the Obama-era spokeswoman set to return in the Biden administration, Russian state television gets ready to revisit its old obsession.
5 Questions About Russia's Sputnik V Vaccine, Answered
As Russia moves forward with its mass vaccination drive, many people inside and outside the country remain skeptical.
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Encounters On and Off the Trans-Siberian Train
How do you approach a stranger on the streets? How do you ask to take a photograph without speaking the language?
W. House Calls Putin Proposal on Nuclear Treaty 'Non-Starter'
The U.S. rejected Vladimir Putin's proposal to extend the New START nuclear treaty for one year unconditionally.
Campaigner for Kremlin Critic Navalny Beaten Up
Regional campaigners for Navalny have reported numerous threats and acts of intimidation in the lead-up to Sunday's elections.
'Principle of Reciprocity'
Russia Expels 3 Slovak Diplomats in Tit-For-Tat Move
Slovakia announced on August 10 that it was removing three Russian embassy staff over what it said was "serious crime."
'Work Is Still Needed'
Council of Europe Urges Russia to Up Anti-Corruption Efforts
Since the Council of Europe's anti-corruption council's last report in 2017, Russia has complied with nine of out of 22 recommendations.
Protests in Khabarovsk
Jailed Russian Governor Asks Supporters to Stop Protests – Lawyer
Protests have erupted nearly every day in the Khabarovsk region and another huge rally has been called for Saturday.
Court Orders Detainment of Russian Governor Ahead of Murder Trial
Sergei Furgal was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of ordering the murder of several businessmen 15 years ago.
Freedom of Speech
Russia Tells U.S. to 'Mind Own Business' Over Media Freedom
Rebecca Ross, the spokeswoman for the U.S. embassy, expressed concern about a clampdown on journalists in Russia.
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