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Russia Will Respond to New EU Sanctions — Reports
The sanctions came in response to Russia's activities in Crimea and Ukraine.
EU Sanctions Eight Russians Over Azov Sea
The Council of the European Union said Russia "used military force with no justification."
Russia's Top Banks Plot Temporary Sanctions Workaround
"Each important bank has a step-by-step plan," one senior financial official said.
Russia's Rosneft Says U.S. Statements on Its Venezuela Operations Groundless
The oil producer was conducting "purely commercial operations" in line with international law, Rosneft said.
Trump Extends U.S. Sanctions Against Russia Over Crimea
Due to expire on March 6, the travel bans and asset freezes have been extended into the spring of 2020.
Russian Arms Makers Lost $760M Due to U.S. Sanctions, Official Says
Around 80 percent of Russian-made small arms and ammunition were exported to the U.S. and Europe before sanctions.
Harshest Sanctions Yet Won’t Force Moscow to Change Its Way
U.S. threatens new round of sanctions but Russia is ready.
'No Idea,' Says Russian Vodka Boss Whose Supply Was Bound for North Korea
There were suspicions the cargo was destined for Kim Jong Un and 'leaders of his armed forces.'
Despite Sanctions, Russian Tanker Supplied Fuel to North Korean Ship — Crew Members
Such transactions could have helped provide North Korea with an economic lifeline.
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.
In Search of Better Quality of Life, Russians Lean on Credit
Personal loans in Russia have grown by 46 percent over the past year.
Russian Markets Waver at Prospect of Tough New U.S. Sanctions
The threat of new U.S. sanctions rocked Russian markets on Thursday.
'Insane, Ridiculous': Russian Lawmakers React to New U.S. Sanctions Bill
The U.S. sanctions bill lists Russian banks, sovereign debt and the oil and gas sector, among other targets.
Lessons Learned From Deripaska's Sanctions Deal
Oleg Deripaska has faced costs, but in reality, the same actors will control the firms’ future.
U.S. Lifts Sanctions on Rusal, Other Firms Linked to Oligarch Deripaska
U.S. President Donald Trump's administration on Sunday lifted sanctions on aluminum giant Rusal and other Russian firms.
Russian Billionaire Brothers Forced to Sell Private Jets Over Sanctions — Forbes
Arkady and Boris Rotenberg, childhood friends of President Vladimir Putin, are listed among Russia's 100 richest businessmen.
Russia Calls Sanctions on Skripal Suspects 'Groundless'
The EU sanctions the heads of Russia's military intelligence and two of their agents accused of Skripal poisoning.
Russia Sanctions Must Be Removable to Be Effective
Arguments, which portray the Deripaska deal as a meaningful achievement by U.S. sanctions technocrats, apparently have fallen on deaf ears.
EU Envoys Agree Sanctions on Suspected GRU Spies Behind Skripal Poisoning – Media
The sanctions will target Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, the two suspected GRU agents believed to be behind Skripal's poisoning in March.
Senate Puts Forward a Resolution to Keep Sanctions on Deripaska Companies
The U.S. Senate advanced a resolution to block the Treasury Department from lifting sanctions on three Russian companies linked to oligarch Oleg Deripaska...
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