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Vladimir Putin

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  • AP Interview: Ukraine PM: Russia could spark new offensive

    Russia plans to eliminate Ukraine as an independent state and could spark a new offensive in the east to achieve that aim, Ukraine's prime minister told The Associated Press on Friday. Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk, in an interview at his office in...
  • Official: 1,500 North Caucasus people fight in Iraq, Syria

    A senior Russian official says about 1,500 residents of Russia's North Caucasus are fighting alongside Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq. Sergei Melikov, President Vladimir Putin's envoy to the North Caucasus, says at least five militants who...
  • Poland seeks facts about leaders abducted by Soviet Union

    Poland's history institute has placed a paid advertisement in a popular daily in Russia to seek details of the deaths and burials of three leaders abducted in 1945 to Moscow where they died after a trial on fabricated charges. The Komsomolskaya Pravda,...
  • GOP still unable to govern

    Now that the Grand Old Party has control of the Senate and House, I really thought it would prove to voters that it was capable of governing. Here was a long-sought chance to present a legitimate alternative to the Affordable Health Care Act, one that...
  • UNENVIABLE LEGACY: President Obama's foreign policy full of broken promises, squandered potential

    UNENVIABLE LEGACY: President Obama's foreign policy full of broken promises, squandered potential
    President Barack Obama entered the Oval Office eager to exert his influence on foreign policy. When he departs in 2017, his legacy will almost certainly be a tale of broken promises and squandered potential. An administration that pledged to reset...
  • Memorial to Kremlin critic Nemtsov vandalized, then restored

    Nationalists have vandalized a makeshift memorial to Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov on the site of his killing, but it has been quickly restored. Nemtsov, a former deputy prime minister and a top critic of President Vladimir Putin, was shot...
  • Putin says Russia will stand firm in standoff with West

    President Vladimir Putin on Thursday voiced confidence that Russia will come out as a winner in its standoff with the West if it firmly stands its ground. Speaking before senior officials of the Federal Security Service, the main successor to the KGB...
  • Russia's Putin fires governor arrested on corruption charges

    Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday fired the governor of a far-flung region who has been arrested on charges of corruption. Alexander Khoroshavin, governor of the island of Sakhalin just north of Japan, was arrested earlier this month on...
  • Diplomat John Tefft navigates sticky US-Russia relations

    So, what exactly is the state of U.S.-Russian relations? "Difficult," said John Tefft, the Madison Wis.-born, Marquette University-educated U.S. ambassador to Russia. In an interview this week with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Tefft reflected on...
  • NATO military chief: Alliance needs to better share intel

    NATO's top commander in Europe said Wednesday that alliance nations must be willing to share their intelligence faster if its new rapid-reaction force is to be effective in countering threats. "Now we only share our intelligence well when we are scared,"...
  • AP PHOTOS: Top pictures from Europe and Africa

    Shocking violence exploded in Tunisia last week as extremist gunmen killed 21 people, mostly foreign tourists, at the Bardo museum in Tunis. Russian President Vladimir Putin joined with singer Larisa Dolina to celebrate the first anniversary of Moscow'...