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Vladimir Putin

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  • Chechnya's leader vows loyalty to Putin amid Nemtsov probe

    Chechnya's strongman on Tuesday reaffirmed an unwavering loyalty to President Vladimir Putin after receiving a medal seen by some as a move to assuage the feisty Chechen leader after one of his officers was arrested as a suspect in the slaying of a...
  • Ukraine mess is worst of Obama's many foreign policy disasters

    PARIS -- The most devastating reproach historians are likely to make to Barack Obama's record in the White House is his devastating failure in foreign policy -- a failure that stems from his willingness to leave the warrior ideologues of the State and...
  • Putin appeals to Southern European countries for EU sanctions relief

    Putin appeals to Southern European countries for EU sanctions relief
    Russian President Vladimir Putin has been campaigning for sanctions relief from traditionally friendly Southern European countries in what appears to be a strategy of dividing the European Union and undermining its alliance with the United States....
  • Another Clinton scandal has John Kass experiencing deja vu

     Another Clinton scandal has John Kass experiencing deja vu
    First, Hillary Clinton must deal with that debilitating email scandal on the road to becoming president of the United States. Then and only then will she be able to claim her true destiny and see her will become law, and her likeness carved into the...
  • Dissident reports crackdown in Crimea as Russia tightens its rule

    KIEV, Ukraine Eskender Bariev last saw his wife and two children on Jan. 22, when he left his home in Crimea to attend a business conference in Istanbul. Bariev, a member of the ethnic minority Crimean Tatar Parliament and a human rights worker for the...
  • Putin gives Russia's top honors to two linked to notorious murders

    BERLIN Here's how you know Russian politics are different from those practiced in the United States: On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin gave two of the country's highest awards to men who have been center stage in its most prominent murder cases:...
  • Murphy, McCain rouse Ukrainians backing beleaguered nation

    Sen. Chris Murphy told hundreds of Ukrainian-Americans in Connecticut on Monday that if Russia's moves against Ukraine are unchecked it will seek to undermine other European allies of the United States. The junior Democratic senator brought Republican...
  • Murphy Brings McCain To Hartford To Speak About Ukraine War

    HARTFORD — Sens. Chris Murphy and John McCain made a bipartisan pitch Monday for military and economic aid for Ukraine. "In order to understand what is happening in Ukraine, we have to understand Vladimir Putin,'' McCain, chairman of the Senate...
  • Putin describes meeting to take Crimea before referendum

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has described a secret meeting with officials last year when Russia decided it would take the Crimean Peninsula, the Black Sea region that Moscow annexed from Ukraine last March. In a trailer for an upcoming documentary,...
  • Nemtsov unlikely killed by Islamic extremists, friends say

    Supporters of slain Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov dismissed suggestions Monday that his shooting could have been motivated by Islamic extremism. Five men are in custody in connection with the Feb. 27 shooting, and all of them are from the...
  • German ambassador: Obama agreed not to send arms to Ukraine

    President Barack Obama agreed last month not to send lethal defensive aid to Ukraine, a top German diplomat said Monday, as lawmakers from both parties continued to press the president to shore up Ukraine's beleaguered military in its fight against...