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Current Time Report Sparks Investigation At Makeshift Hospital In Moscow Region.

Prosecutors in Moscow say they have started an investigation after Current Time reported alleged shortages of medicines and labor violations at a makeshift hospital for coronavirus patients set up by a well-known Azerbaijani-Russian businessman Ar...

Russian Prosecutor Seeks Lengthy Prison Term For American On Spying Charges.

Russian prosecutors have asked a Moscow court to find former U.S. Marine Paul Whelan guilty of espionage -- a charge Whelan and U.S. officials vehemently deny -- and sentence him to 18 years in prison.

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Russia Demands Apology From Bloomberg Over Report About Putin's Low Ratings.

Russia has demanded an apology from the Bloomberg news agency over a report it published about President Vladimir Putin's low trust rating among Russians.

Turkish State Broadcaster Launches Russian Channel To Fight 'Disinformation and Manipulation'.

Turkey’s state-run TRT broadcaster on May 24 launched a new Russian digital platform.

Russian Consumer Protection Chief Warns Of Higher Coronavirus Death Rate.

The head of Russia's consumer protection and well-being agency, Anna Popova, warned on May 24 of increased COVID-19 death rates even as official figures show a slight easing in daily infections since peak counts around two weeks ago. 

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Chechen Leader Kadyrov Issues Eid Message Despite Rumored COVID-19 Hospitalization.

Ramzan Kadyrov, the leader of Russia's North Caucasus region of Chechnya, has issued a recorded message congratulating Muslims on Eid-al Fitr, which marks the end of the monthlong Ramadan fasting.

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Putin Signs Law Allowing Voting By Mail And Internet.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed into law a new measure that allows elections at all levels and referendums to be conducted by mail and via the Internet, according to the Kremlin's website.

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‘This won’t be easy’: Russia-U.S. nuclear arms treaty set to expire

If U.S. President Donald Trump doesn’t extend the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty — only remaining U.S.-Russia arms control pact — or succeed in negotiating a replacement treaty, it will expire on Feb. 5.

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Moscow Zoo Marks Death Of 83-Year-Old American Alligator.

The Moscow City Zoo has announced the death of Saturn, an 83-year-old alligator who had been part of the zoo's collection since 1946.

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Moscow Zoo Marks Death Of 83-Year-Old American Alligator.

The Moscow City Zoo has announced the death of Saturn, an 83-year-old alligator who had been part of the zoo's collection since 1946.

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NATO Official Says Jets Intercepted Russian Aircraft In European Airspace Nearly 300 Times In 2019.

NATO jets intercepted Russian planes flying close to NATO airspace nearly 300 times in 2019, an alliance official said, amid a continuing upward trend of Russian and NATO aircraft encounters.

U.S. Lawmakers Criticize White House On Shipment Of Ventilators To Russia

U.S. congressional lawmakers have complained to the White House about the shipment of dozens of U.S.-built ventilators to Russia, saying the move was done without justification and could potentially deprive coronavirus-infected Americans of treatm...

At Least Two Killed In Hospital Fire In Central Russia.

Regional health officials said at least two people have died in a central Russian hospital after an electrical short circuit sparked a fire.

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Report: U.S. Officials Discussed Conducting First Nuke Test In Decades

The Washington Post has reported that officials in U.S. President Donald Trump's administration discussed whether to conduct the country's first nuclear test explosion since 1992.

Survey: One In Three Russian Doctors Told To 'Adjust' COVID-19 Stats.

More than a third of doctors working with coronavirus patients in Russia have received "instructions" to manipulate statistics on the COVID-19 outbreak, a new poll suggests.

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Russian Court Bans Prominent Group Promoting Ethnic Bashkir Rights.

The Supreme Court of the Russian Republic of Bashkortostan has banned the Bashqort group, which for years has promoted the Bashkir language and culture as well as equal rights for ethnic Bashkirs.

U.S. Does Not Expect To Withdraw From New START Arms Treaty With Russia, Trump Adviser Says

The United States does not expect to pull out of the New START accord with Russia, the only remaining nuclear arms agreement still in force between the two countries, a top U.S. official says.

COVID-19 nurse with swimsuit under her gown sparks call for better PPE in Russia.

Doctors and nurses have repeatedly criticized the Russian government for PPE shortages and shoddy equipment in their fight against the coronavirus.

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Reports: Chechen Leader Kadyrov Has Suspected Coronavirus.

Ramzan Kadyrov, the Kremlin-backed authoritarian leader of Russia's North Caucasus region of Chechnya, is currently under medical observation due to a suspected coronavirus infection, Russian news agencies report.

Reports: Chechen Leader Kadyrov Has Suspected Coronavirus.

Ramzan Kadyrov, the Kremlin-backed authoritarian leader of Russia's North Caucasus region of Chechnya, is currently under medical observation due to a suspected coronavirus infection, Russian news agencies report.

U.S. looks to exit Open Skies treaty allowing nations to perform aerial reconnaissance

The Trump administration says it wants out of the Open Skies Treaty because Russia is violating the pact, and imagery collected during the flights can be obtained quickly at less cost from U.S. or commercial satellites.

U.S. Says It Will Exit Open Skies Treaty Over Russian Violations

The United States has announced that it intends to withdraw from the Open Skies treaty because of violations of the agreement by Russia.

U.S. Says Military Plane With Ventilator Shipment Arrives In Moscow

A U.S. military plane carrying ventilators has landed in Moscow to help Russia in its battle against the coronavirus outbreak.

Plans To Merge Three Russian Regions Spark Concerns, Protests.

Plans by Russia's government to merge the northwestern region of Arkhangelsk, the Nenets Autonomous District, and the Republic of Komi, has sparked protest among residents who fear of losing ethnic identity.

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EU May Break Own Protocol By Participating in Russia-Backed Crimea Event.

The European Union and several of its member states may break the bloc's own guidelines on contacts with de facto authorities of the Russian-annexed Crimean Peninsula by participating in a Moscow-backed videoconference on the situation in the region.

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