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Putin proposes Russia-US cooperation in greetings to Biden

"The coronavirus pandemic and other challenges which the world faced in the outgoing year testified to the importance of broad international cooperation," Putin said, Xinhua news agency reported citing the Kremlin.

Russia’s Navalny in coma in ICU after alleged poisoning

“Looks like Putin is doing really badly — was handed some data on protest sentiment growing explosively — if he made the decision to poison Navalny,” the politician's close ally Vladimir Milov said in a tweet.

Russians cast early votes in ballot to extend Putin’s rule

Moscow: Russians began casting early ballots Thursday in a nationwide vote on controversial constitutional reforms that could keep President Vladimir Putin remain in power...

Russia to never initiate use of nukes, says Kremlin

The policy unveiled on Tuesday specifies the situations that could lead Russia to retaliate for foreign nuclear attacks, Xinhua news agency quoted Peskov as saying at a daily briefing on Wednesday.

Putin postpones World War II victory parade due to virus

Speaking in televised remarks on Thursday, Putin said the festivities in Red Square would be held later this year.

US underestimating Russia’s ‘hybrid warfare’: Pentagon white paper

"Overall, Russia's influence abroad is growing, and the Kremlin has mastered the use of hybrid warfare in driving Russia's foreign policy (Lamoreaux)."

Kremlin rejects charges Russia targeted black US voters

Moscow: The Kremlin on Tuesday rejected Washington's accusations that Russia tried to disrupt the 2016 presidential vote and sought to demoralise African-Americans, calling the...

Kremlin expects Putin-Trump meeting despite Ukraine crisis

Moscow: The Kremlin on Wednesday said it expects a meeting between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump to go ahead later this week, despite the...

Donald Trump says won’t fire embattled Russia probe official

"The president and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein met for about 45 minutes aboard Air Force One," spokesman Hogan Gidley said.

Putin praises Erdogan’s ‘great political authority’

The Kremlin said Putin had "stressed that the results of the vote fully speak of Recep Tayyip Erdogan's great political authority (and) mass support of the course conducted under his leadership to solve Turkey's pressing social and economic tasks

Russia shows off military hardware in annual Red Square parade

Vladimir Putin poured scorn on those, who he said, are trying to "rewrite history" and downplay the Soviet Union's role in overcoming the Nazis.

Pakistan in talks with Russia on buying air defence systems

The Defence Minister also outlined that Islamabad was interested in acquiring T-90 tanks from Moscow as part of a long-term deal rather than committing itself to a single purchase.

Putin eyes fourth term as Russians go to polls  

With the vast country stretching across 11 time zones, polls opened in the Russian far east at 2000 GMT on Saturday and will close in Kaliningrad, the country's exclave on the EU border, at 1800 GMT on Sunday.

Russia denies any link with ‘lawyer’ meeting Trump’s son

"We never had any contact with this lawyer, that is why we are not in the loop and have nothing to say. She doesn't have even the slightest relation to us."

London attack ‘shocks with its cruelty and cynicism’, Putin says

"This crime shocks with its cruelty and cynicism," the Russian leader was quoted as saying later in a telegram to British Prime Minister Theresa May.

Russia says not surprised by documentary about Putin

The CNN special report "The Most Powerful Man in the World" attempts to examine the character of the Russian leader as well as his role in the world politics.

Trump defends Russia outreach amid US intel criticism

US President-elect Donald Trump in a series of tweets declared that his call for warmer relations with Moscow will remain, even as the US Intelligence agency is convinced that Russia has meddled with its election results.

Russia accessed US electricity grid: report

White House accused Russia of being behind a cyber-attack against the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton's campaign to help Donald Trump.

Putin says Russia will not expel US diplomats

President Vladimir Putin, in a surprise statement said that Russia will not expel any US diplomats, in order to retaliate to USA's decision of turfing out 35 Russian diplomats over alleged interference in elections.

It’s time for US to move on to bigger and better things: Trump

Trump's vaguely worded statement, which did not mention Russia directly, came soon after the Obama Administration on Thursday announced a series of punitive measures against alleged Russian hackings.

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