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  • Putin, Poroshenko to meet one-on-one in Milan: Kremlin official

    MILAN (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will hold a one-to-one meeting in Milan on Friday following two earlier talks with European leaders, a senior Kremlin aide said. Earlier, Poroshenko announced...
  • In ruble crisis, Putin gets a helping hand from state TV

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - As the head of Russia's biggest state bank and a favorite of President Vladimir Putin, German Gref has long been a loyal supporter of state economic policy. But with the rouble sliding and the economy stagnating, he delivered a...
  • Russia rights group says it is targeted by Kremlin to control history

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - At the height of the uprising by pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine this summer, a handful of human rights workers recorded that Russian soldiers had been killed on the battlefield, even though the Kremlin said its troops were...
  • Nation and world news briefs

    NATION DALLAS Nina Pham, the nurse who was infected with Ebola, is in fair condition, "stable and resting comfortably" and is receiving intensive care in a specially equipped isolation ward at the National Institutes of Health near Washington,...
  • Russia and Ukraine reach tentative gas deal in tough Milan talks

    Russia and Ukraine reach tentative gas deal in tough Milan talks
    MILAN (Reuters) - Russia and Ukraine made progress on Friday towards resolving a dispute over gas supplies in time for winter, but European leaders said Moscow still had to do much more to prop up a fragile ceasefire and end fighting in eastern Ukraine....
  • Russia challenges European Council sanctions: Financial Times

    (Reuters) - State-owned Russian oil company Rosneft and Arkady Rotenberg, judo partner of Russian President Vladimir Putin, have launched legal challenges against sanctions imposed by the EU's European Council over Russia's actions in Ukraine, the...
  • Moscow says U.S. working on military 'scenarios' at Russia's borders

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu accused the United States on Thursday of working on military "scenarios" near Russia's borders that he said were a source of grave concern. Interfax news agency quoted Shoigu as expressing...
  • Iran nuclear talks again stuck on Arak reactor's future, official says

    Iran nuclear talks again stuck on Arak reactor's future, official says
    The future of Iran’s planned research reactor at Arak is again proving a major sticking point in international talksĀ over Tehran’s disputed nuclear program, according to a key negotiator. Western officials fear that the heavy-water reactor,...
  • Mipcom: 'Alisa' Sells to Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Israel (EXCLUSIVE)

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - CANNES - "Alisa Knows What to Do!," a new Russian 3D children's animated series being offered for the first time at TV market Mipcom, has been sold to Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Israel. The series, which is produced by Timur...
  • Rouble's plunge shows Russia's reliance on Western money

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - A steep plunge in the rouble, caused by sanctions over the Ukraine crisis and falling oil prices, has underlined Russia's heavy dependence on Western finance to balance its dollar-thirsty economy. For all President Vladimir Putin's...
  • Majority of Russians say Western sanctions will help economy: poll

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - More than half of Russians believe their economy will benefit from Western economic sanctions imposed over the Ukraine crisis and from the countermeasures adopted by Moscow, according to an opinion poll published on Thursday. Western...