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Russia, North Korea to Launch Ruble Transactions
Thursday, 05 June 2014 09:33
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VLADIVOSTOK, June 5 (RIA Novosti) – Russia and North Korea are preparing to launch bilateral transactions in the Russian ruble this month to boost trade turnover between the two nations to $1 billion by 2020, Russia’s Far East Development Minister said Thursday.

In May 2014, Moscow agreed to write off 10.94 billion of Pyongyang’s Soviet debt with t...

Obama and Merkel warn of tougher sanctions against Russia over Ukraine
Thursday, 05 June 2014 01:19
The German and US leaders issued a joint statement at the G7 summit on Wednesday night

Western leaders gathering in Brussels have sought to build on a successful Ukrainian presidential election to push for a settlement between Moscow and Kiev.

At a two-day Brussels summit of the group of seven, which opened on Wednesday, Obama and European leaders...

Ukraine crisis: Cameron meeting with Putin brought forward
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 13:12
PM had been due to meet the Russian leader during D-day celebrations but will now speak en route to events

David Cameron's face-to-face talks with Vladimir Putin over the crisis in Ukraine have been brought forward to Thursday, Downing Street has announced.

The two leaders had been slated to meet in Normandy as they attend commemorations of the...

G7 presses Vladimir Putin to pursue peaceful end to Ukraine crisis
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 01:01
Western nations want Russian president to recognise country's newly elected leader and rein back armed separatists

Heads of the G7 leading industrial nations, chaired by David Cameron, on Wednesday called on Vladimir Putin to engage with Ukraine's incoming President Petro Poroshenko, but stopped short of triggering fresh sanctions against Russia...

Should Russia put strong political pressure on Ukraine?
Tuesday, 03 June 2014 14:01
The Ukrainian government does not understand normal language. They seem to understand only the language of force. The people in power in Ukraine can hardly be referred to as normal. Yesterday, Russia reversed the decision on cutting gas supplies. The Ukrainian officials took it as encouragement to further aggressive actions...
FACTBOX: Russian-Ukrainian Gas Row
Monday, 02 June 2014 09:24
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MOSCOW, June 2 (RIA Novosti) – The latest round of trilateral gas talks between Russia, Ukraine and the EU mediators in Berlin on Friday saw the parties in the pricing dispute edge towards what seems to be a compromise, though its long-term significance might be overplayed.

Russia’s Energy Minister Alexander Novak said Friday the discussion on gas p...

Deputy Governor, 11 Others Dead in Murmansk Helicopter Crash
Monday, 02 June 2014 09:07
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MOSCOW, June 2 (RIA Novosti) – At least twelve people died after a transport Mil Mi-8 helicopter crashed into a lake in the Murmansk region, Russia’s North West, a representative of operational headquarters for the accident said Monday.

Rescuers found five bodies on the crash site bringing the total number of the casualties to twelve, he said.


Barack Obama to urge European leaders to keep up pressure on Russia
Sunday, 01 June 2014 17:44

President to visit Poland, Belgium and France this week
Poles concerned by Putin's threatening moves in Ukraine

President Barack Obama will press European leaders this week to keep up pressure on Russia over its threatening moves in Ukraine, while seeking to assuage fears from Poland and other Nato allies that the west could slip back into a...

Guns and fighters seep through Ukraine's porous Russian border
Saturday, 31 May 2014 17:50
Combatants engaged in last week's fighting say walked into the country 'to visit relatives' at poorly policed checkpoints

In late April, 65 Russian men in groups of five to 10 crossed the border with Ukraine on foot, telling border guards they were going to visit relatives.

It wasn't a fond babushka who picked them up at the border, however, but...

For the West, Russia is a rich, beautiful, but moody bride
Thursday, 29 May 2014 16:43
The West, addicted to sanctions against different countries, quietly begins to lose out of sight the fact that sanctions do not get along with the principle of free trade. In 2008-2009, the United States could make the whole world "buy its crisis." In the short term, it was a very effective solution. Today, the U.S. economy is gradually dying...
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