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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.
U.S. Will Lift Nord Stream 2 Sanctions if Europe Suspends Construction, Says Biden Advisor
The U.S. imposed sanctions at the end of 2019 in an effort to halt the construction of the pipeline, which will transport Russian gas to Europe.
Putin Aide-Turned-Critic Probed for U.S. Election Conspiracy Blog
Andrei Illarionov falsely claimed that U.S. Capitol rioters were “provoked” by Black Lives Matter and that the U.S. election outcome was still “unknown...
Telegram Downloads Soar as Trump Supporters Deplatformed
Trump supporters flocked to the encrypted messaging app after “posts on Parler had urged users” to move there, The Daily Telegraph reported.
Gorbachev Expects Biden to Extend U.S.-Russia Arms Curbs
The New START Treaty is the Cold War rivals' last remaining nuclear reduction pact and is set to expire Feb. 5.
Russian Hacker Jailed in U.S. for $19M Fraud
Andrei Tyurin pleaded guilty in 2019 to computer intrusion, wire fraud, bank fraud and illegal online gambling offenses.
Russia Sees U.S. Democracy 'Limping' After Capitol Stormed
Officials said an out-of-date electoral system and deep divisions had left American democracy "limping on both feet."
Putin Silent on Washington Unrest as Russian Foreign Ministry Calls U.S. Electoral System Archaic
“We wish that the friendly American people will survive this dramatic moment in their own history with dignity,” Russia's Foreign Ministry said.
Joint Russia-U.S. Operation Busts S.American Cocaine Smuggling Network
The two countries seized over 330 kilograms of cocaine worth $13.6 million during the multi-stage investigation, Russia's FSB said.
An 'Act of War?' Avoiding a Dangerous Crisis in Cyberspace
Unlike in the nuclear sphere, there are no rules governing the increasingly intense rivalry between the U.S. and Russia in the cyber sphere.
Russia Says Expects 'Nothing Good' From Biden
Moscow's words follow U.S. accusations that Russia was behind a major cyber attack on government agencies.
U.S. Adds 45 Russian Companies to Restricted ‘Military List’
Russia’s Defense Ministry and Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) were among the entities added to the list.
Russia Denies Role in U.S. Cyber Attacks
Russia has been widely blamed for the hack that reportedly affected U.S. government agencies including the Treasury.
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.
Pompeo Blames Russia for Massive U.S. Cyberattack
Russia was "pretty clearly" behind the devastating cyberattack, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said.
U.S. Investigated Kara-Murza Poisoning as ‘Intentional’ Act – RFE/RL
American doctors and scientists had tested Kara-Murza’s samples for evidence of a biotoxin or radioactive substance.
U.S. Eyes Closing 2 Remaining Russian Consulates – Kommersant
The Vladivostok and Yekaterinburg consulates are reportedly at risk due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Russia Blames ‘Revisionist’ U.S. for Disputed Islanders’ Visas
Russians born on the Kuril Islands are required to name Japan as their birthplace to receive permanent residency in the U.S.
U.S. Rights Activist Faces Expulsion From Russia
Vanessa Kogan linked the expulsion to her efforts to defend the rights of Russian citizens.
Post-Cold War Tensions
Russia Says Chased off U.S. Warship in Its Pacific Waters
A Russian anti-submarine destroyer threatened to "use a ramming maneuver to drive the intruder out of its territorial waters."
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