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Environmental Activists, Chemical Workers Clash At Protected Site In Russia's Bashkortostan.

Dozens of people have been detained at Kushtau Hill in Russia's Bashkortostan region following clashes between environmental activists and workers of the Bashkir Soda Company (BSK).

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Lukashenka Says Wants To Talk To Putin Amid Minsk Protests.

Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka says he wants to speak to Russian President Vladimir Putin, warning that street protests against his disputed reelection are not just a threat to Belarus.

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Thousands In Russia's Far East Continue Anti-Putin Protests, Chant 'Long Live Belarus!'.

Thousands of protesters have marched in Russia's Far Eastern city of Khabarovsk, where rallies against President Vladimir Putin's role in a regional political crisis have been held for over a month.

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U.S. Release Cybersecurity Advisory On New 'Drovorub' Russian Malware

The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) and FBI released an advisory on cybersecurity on August 13 warning about previously undisclosed Russian malware.

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Azerbaijan Says Russia Has Provided Military Goods To Armenia Since Deadly Border Clashes.

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has expressed concern that Russia has provided military supplies to Armenia in the weeks following deadly clashes along the border between the two South Caucasus countries in July.

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France's Macron Holds Talks With Russian and Iranian Leaders Over Lebanon, Belarus.

French President Emmanuel Macron held a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss post-election violence in Belarus and the situation in Lebanon following a devastating blast in Beirut.

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Russian Vlogger Detained On Charges Of Violating State Secrecy.

A Russian YouTuber who filmed industrial sites and abandoned facilities has been arrested on charges of illegally obtaining and disseminating state secrets, a court in Moscow said on August 12. 

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Why the hunt for a coronavirus vaccine is the new space race.

Vladimir Putin's vaccine claim underscored how, like the space race, the competition to have the first vaccine is about international rivalries as well as science.

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Macron urges Russia, Iran to co-operate with international effort to restore Lebanon.

While Iran and Russia are important power players in the region and have offered Lebanon aid since last week's devastating explosion, neither participated in an international donors' conference Sunday organized by France and the U.N. to help rebui...

UN human rights chief condemns crackdown in Belarus, says 6,000 detained in last 3 days.

Bachelet said police were reported to have used excessive force, firing rubber bullets, using water cannons and throwing stun grenades.

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Indigenous Peoples Of Russia's Far North March Against Nornickel.

Representatives of the indigenous peoples of Russia's far northern Taimyr Peninsula have marched against operations of the world's largest palladium and nickel producer -- Nornickel.

Russian Actor And Kremlin Critic Yefremov's Trial Postponed Again Due To His Hospitalization.

The trial of Russian actor Mikhail Yefremov, an outspoken Kremlin critic who is charged with killing a person while driving under the influence of alcohol, has been postponed until August 18 due to his hospitalization.

Russia, Germany Highlight Shared Interest, Despite Frictions.

Germany's Foreign Minister Heiko Maas and his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, have emphasized their nations' shared interests despite lingering frictions. 

Russian Actor And Kremlin Critic Yefremov Sent To Hospital From Courtroom.

Russian actor and outspoken Kremlin critic Mikhail Yefremov, who is charged with killing a person while driving under the influence of alcohol, has been sent to hospital from a court in Moscow where his trial was under way.

U.S. Welcomes Slovakia’s Decision To Expel Russian Diplomats

The U.S. State Department has welcomed Slovakia’s decision to expel three Russian diplomats -- a move that media in Slovakia have linked to the 2019 killing in Berlin of a former Chechen rebel from Georgia.

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Putin Says Russia Registers Coronavirus Vaccine, His Daughter Inoculated.

Russian President Vladimir Putin says a coronavirus vaccine developed in Russia has been registered for use and that one of his daughters has already been inoculated.

Nord Stream 2 Construction On Agenda Of Maas Meeting With Lavrov In Moscow.

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is scheduled to meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Moscow on August 11 for talks expected to cover the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project.

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U.S. 'Deeply Concerned' By Russia's Targeting Of 'Foreign Agent' Media

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Washington is "deeply concerned" by fresh efforts by Russia to target foreign media operating there.

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Protesters In Russia's Far East Chant 'Belarus, We Are With You!'.

Protesters in Russia's Far Eastern city of Khabarovsk , where rallies against President Vladimir Putin's role in a regional political crisis have been going on for almost a month, have voiced their support for demonstrations against the presidenti...

Youngest Of Three Moscow Sisters Charged With Killing Their Father Goes On Trial.

Maria Khachaturyan, the youngest of three sisters charged with killing their father in Moscow two years ago, has gone on trial in the Russian capital.

Russia Holds 133 Ukrainians On Politically Motivated Charges, Ombudswoman Says.

Ukrainian Ombudswoman Lyudmyla Denisova says Russia is currently holding 133 Ukrainian citizens on politically motivated charges, including 97 Crimean Tatars.

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.S. Will Watch Closely For Election Interference, Trump Says After Warning Of Iran, Russia, China Activity

U.S. President Donald Trump says his administration will watch closely for possible interference in the November presidential election by Russia, China, and Iran.

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Russia using measures to discredit Joe Biden ahead of U.

U.S. officials also believe that China does not want Trump to win a second term and that Beijing has accelerated its criticism of the president and its efforts to shape American opinion and public policy.

Prosecutor Seeks Prison Terms For Defendants In Putin Effigy Case.

The prosecutor in the Russian city of Perm has called for prison sentences for three activists accused of involvement in erecting an effigy of Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2018. 


Putin, Lukashenka Discuss Detainment Of Russian Vagner Mercenaries In Belarus.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka have discussed the recent detainment of 33 mercenaries from the private Russian security firm Vagner Group in Belarus.

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