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Sen. Ernst says Senate can override Biden to sanction Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline

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During an appearance on "Fox News Sunday," Ernst told host Chris Wallace that she believes Biden should reverse course after he waived sanctions against the operator of the near-completed pipeline in May in order to ...

Blinken and Lavrov meet amid tensions over Russia’s intentions in Ukraine

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Stockholm, Sweden US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov met Thursday in Stockholm, Sweden, amid growing concern among Western powers that Russia is seeking to destabilize Ukr...

Coal mine fire in Russia’s Siberia kills 11, dozens trapped

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The blaze took place in the Kemerovo region in southwestern Siberia. Russia's state Tass news agency reported, citing an unnamed emergency official, that coal dust caught fire, and that smoke quickly filled the mine ...

Moscow orders unvaccinated over-60s to stay home for 4 months as Russia’s Covid-19 crisis deepens

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Moscow Millions of Russians face strict new Covid-19 restrictions from this week after a slow vaccination drive, an overwhelmed health care system and widespread mistrust in government combined to plunge the country ...

Russia’s ruling party on track to retain majority in lower house of Russian Parliament

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Moscow Russia's ruling party United Russia, which backs President Vladimir Putin, is on track to secure a majority following a three-day parliamentary election, early results suggest. Voting concluded late Sunday in...

Russia’s Vladimir Putin is self-isolating after several Covid-19 cases in his entourage

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Russian President Vladimir Putin is self-isolating after several people in his inner circle tested positive for Covid-19, the Kremlin said Tuesday. He has tested negative for the virus and is healthy, the Kremlin ad...

Eight feared dead in helicopter crash in Russia’s Far East

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Moscow, RussiaEight people were feared dead after a helicopter carrying 16 people, most of them tourists, crashed in a lake on the Kamchatka peninsula in Russia's Far East on Thursday. Staff at a nature reserve descr...

What is ROC? How Tokyo Olympics restricts Russia’s impact at Games

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ROC is the name given to Olympic athletes representing Russia. Russia’s name, flag and anthem are banned but the red, white and blue on the uniforms are allowed. The ROC artistic swim team said a bear symbol on their...

Ex-Intelligence Officer: Russia’s cyberattacks on America expose Biden’s weakness

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U.S. President Joe Biden and his coterie of "experts"––who just finished a summit in Geneva where they sought to "stabilize" relations with Russia and asked Putin to limit his cyberattacking habit––are merely project...

Russia’s attacks on media near breaking point, independent journalist warns

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Doing that kind of work in Russia risks landing journalists in real trouble. And it scares advertisers away. The Project has a GoFundMe page to make ends meet. And they live with a lot of anxiety. Badanin thinks it's...

Putin signs law ending Russia’s Open Skies treaty with the US

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Last month, the Biden administration told Russia that it had no plans to rejoin the arms control pact that was abandoned during the Trump administration. (Biden, the candidate, called Trump’s move "short-sighted.") ‘...

JBS ransomware attack part of Russia’s ‘massive cyber warfare campaign’ to undermine US: General Keane

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The latest ransomware assault this week shut down the U.S.-based meat plants of the world’s largest meatpacker, Brazil-based JBS, and the White House said a criminal group likely based in Russia is thought to be resp...

Russia’s Navalny to end prison hunger strike on 24th day

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In an Instagram post on Friday afternoon, the 24th day of his hunger strike, Navalny said he will continue to demand a visit from his doctor to address a loss of sensation in his legs and arms – the main demand the p...

Russia’s flag banned but national colors on Olympic uniforms

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The International Olympic Committee told The Associated Press that Russian athletes in Tokyo will be allowed to wear a range of uniforms in national colors unveiled by models in a runway show in Moscow on Wednesday. ...

Putin signs law allowing him 2 more terms as Russia’s leader

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The July 1 constitutional vote included a provision that reset Putin's previous term limits, allowing him to run for president two more times. The change was rubber-stamped by the Kremlin-controlled legislature and t...

Russia’s Twitter crackdown ends up taking out government websites

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Moscow Russia moved to slow down the speed of Twitter on Wednesday after the social media company failed to remove what the country's media watchdog described as prohibited or harmful content. The move comes after R...

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