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  • Russian, Greek leaders talk of restoring trade despite sanctions

    Russian, Greek leaders talk of restoring trade despite sanctions
    A visit to Moscow by Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Wednesday raised concern that he might ask the Kremlin for financial aid to gain a bargaining chip with Western creditors reluctant to ease the harsh austerity measures imposed on the Balkan...
  • Suspect in Litvinenko's death: he could have poisoned self

    One of the main suspects in the poisoning of ex-Russian agent Alexander Litvinenko said Wednesday the former KGB officer may have accidentally killed himself with radioactive polonium. The statement by Dmitry Kovtun echoed earlier comments made by him...
  • Review: 'The Brothers' by Masha Gessen

    Review: 'The Brothers' by Masha Gessen
    "How could they do this?" When a bomb goes off, killing three and wounding 264, that's the question we all ask. It's a question we ask over and over, whenever shocking acts of violence are committed; we rarely get answers — and when we do, they...
  • Russian hopes of money, glory die on Ukraine battlefields

    Russian hopes of money, glory die on Ukraine battlefields
    When Alexander Zhitinev left in November to fight with the pro-Russia separatists in eastern Ukraine, winter had just begun unleashing its fury on the wind-lashed steppe of this impoverished 18th century frontier town. Zhitinev's work as a mechanic...
  • Bush pushes for stronger defense and foreign policy

    Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush called Tuesday for a stronger national defense and a consistent foreign policy but said the U.S. shouldn't enter into another Cold War. Speaking at an energy town hall in Denver, Bush said the U.S. should be more active in...
  • Supporters commemorate Russian politician's murder

    Several hundred people brought flowers and candles Tuesday to a bridge just outside the Kremlin to commemorate the slain Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, 40 days after the killing that shocked the country. Nemtsov's daughter, Zhanna Nemtsova,...
  • Intent of Russian military aircraft near U.S. shores remains unclear

    The air is frigid and the wind is howling as Air Force Col. Frank Flores lifts a pair of foot-long binoculars and studies a hazy dot about 50 miles west across the Bering Strait. "That's the mainland there," he shouts above the gusts. It's Siberia,...
  • Czech president breaks with allies over Russia parade, blasts U.S. envoy

    Czech president breaks with allies over Russia parade, blasts U.S. envoy
    Czech President Milos Zeman has stirred criticism within his Prague leadership, divided the European Union, made isolated Russians gleeful and led to the U.S. ambassador to the Czech Republic being banned from Prague Castle. The uproar, in a country...
  • 'Stand with Rand' Paul? But where, exactly?

    'Stand with Rand' Paul? But where, exactly?
    "Stand With Rand." That's Sen. Rand Paul's main slogan as he launches his campaign for the White House. He's holding a "Stand With Rand" rally in his home state of Kentucky on Tuesday and is holding another "Stand With Rand" rally in New Hampshire, the...
  • Ordinary folk take up military training over Russia threat

    NATO aircraft scream across eastern European skies and American armored vehicles rumble near the border with Russia on a mission to reassure citizens that they're safe from Russian aggression. But these days, ordinary people aren't taking any chances....
  • At Meduza, self-exiled Russian journalists avoid Kremlin censorship

    At Meduza, self-exiled Russian journalists avoid Kremlin censorship
    The office of the Meduza Project brims with light and open space, a metaphor for the freedom that the dozen journalists who left Russia to avoid censorship feel in their newfound home. The white-washed interior walls of a 200-year-old former grain...