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Russia threatens more economic pain in standoff with Georgia

24 Jun 2019

TBILISI/MOSCOW Russia on Monday served notice to ex-Soviet Georgia it faces painful consequences if anti-Russian protests are not brought under control, saying it was tightening controls on wine imports that bring Georgia millions of dollars in revenue each year.

Putin - ready for Trump talks but U.S. elections could complicate ties

20 Jun 2019

MOSCOW Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday he was ready to hold talks with Donald Trump if that was what his U.S. counterpart wanted, but added that Trump's re-election campaign could complicate U.S.-Russia relations.

Investigative journalist put under house arrest in Moscow

08 Jun 2019

MOSCOW Russian investigative journalist Ivan Golunov was placed under two months' house arrest in Moscow on Saturday while he is investigated for drug peddling, as a court rejected a request from investigators to hold him in custody.

Russia's Novatek to sell 20 percent in Arctic LNG 2 to China

25 Apr 2019

MOSCOW Two Chinese companies signed agreements with Russia's Novatek on Thursday to buy a combined 20 percent stake in its new liquefied natural gas project, Arctic LNG 2.

Putin will internationale Sicherheitsgarantien für Nordkorea

25 Apr 2019

Wladiwostok Russlands Präsident Wladimir Putin wirbt nach seinem ersten Gipfel mit dem nordkoreanischen Machthaber Kim Jong Un für internationale Sicherheitsgarantien für dessen Land.

Russian retailer Magnit makes $1.8 billion rival bid for Lenta

05 Apr 2019

MOSCOW Russian grocery chain Magnit has made a $1.78 billion non-binding and indicative proposal to smaller competitor Lenta, topping a rival offer from Russian steel magnate Alexey Mordashov, Lenta said on Friday.

World body to lift Russia's doping ban

08 Feb 2019

MOSCOW The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) said on Friday it would lift the ban on Russian Para athletes by March 15, but only under certain conditions.

Venezuela's Maduro accuses Trump of ordering his murder - RIA

30 Jan 2019

MOSCOW Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro accused Donald Trump of ordering neighbouring Colombia's government to kill him, but said he was open to the possibility of talks with the U.S. leader and his own domestic foes.

EU-Staaten erhöhen Druck - Neuwahlen in Venezuela gefordert

24 Jan 2019

Brüssel/Moskau/Caracas Nach den USA erhöhen auch andere westliche Staaten den Druck auf Venezuelas sozialistischen Präsidenten Nicolas Maduro.

Russland warnt USA vor Militärintervention in Venezuela

24 Jan 2019

Moskau/Caracas Die Staatskrise in Venezuela droht zu einem neuen Konflikt zwischen den USA und Russland zu werden.

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