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Putin makes first public appearance in weeks of lockdown

He used the Russia Day holiday to promote a controversial reform of the constitution which could keep him in office until 2036, the BBC reported.

Putin to monitor Victory parade from Red Square tribune

"Certainly, the president and the guests will (watch the parade) at the tribune," TASS News Agency quoted Peskov as saying in an interview on Sunday.

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 agrees to buy ventilators, medical supplies from Russia

A total of 932,605 COVID-19 cases have been reported across more than 175 countries and territories with 16,809 deaths reported so far, according to Johns Hopkins University data.

Russia: India extends USD 1 bn line of credit for Far East development

"For the development of Far East, India will give a line of credit worth USD 1 billion. My government has actively engaged with East Asia as part of its 'Act East' policy. This will also give a new dimension to our economic diplomacy."

Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits ship-building facility along with Putin

The facility, located in Russia's Far East, was used to decommission the nuclear submarines of erstwhile Soviet Union after the end of Cold War and is now in the process of building scores of ships.

US President Donald Trump descends on G7, talking trade war

Ahead of the summit in the elegant French seaside resort, he has criticised most of his partners, rowing with them over Iran, trade, global warming and Brexit.

Russian President Putin greets India on Independence Day

Prime Minister Modi travels next month to Vladivostok, Russia, as Chief Guest at the Eastern Economic Forum and for the next India-Russia Bilateral Summit.

Kim, Putin exchange greetings on Korea’s Liberation Day

Liberation Day marks the end of the Japanese colonial era (1910-1945) with the surrender of Japan in World War II.

Imran Khan to visit Russia on Putin’s invitation

Putin invited Khan to attend as a special guest the Eastern Economic Forum, which is scheduled to be held from September 4 to 6 in the Russian city of Vladivostok.

Elton John mistaken about LGBT rights in Russia: Putin

"I have a lot of respect for him, he is a genius musician, we all enjoy his music, but I think he is mistaken," Putin said on Saturday during a press conference after the G20 Summit in the Japanese city of Osaka, according to the Russian news agency Interfax.

Elton John responds to Vladimir Putin’s LGBTQ rights comment

John accused Putin of 'hypocrisy' when it comes to LGBTQ rights, reported Variety.

Trump to meet Xi, Putin at G20 in Japan

Trump will also sit down with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman for talks that are especially timely given the soaring tensions between the United States and Iran.

Pompeo says agreed with Putin on Syria progress 

Pompeo said that Syria - where the United States and Russia are on opposite sides - was a major topic of conversation during the talks Tuesday evening at Putin's dacha in the Black Sea resort of Sochi.

Trump hails ‘very positive’ Venezuela talks with Putin  

The US leader adopted a strikingly conciliatory tone following a more than hour-long conversation with Putin, coming days after an abortive military uprising

Kim to hold talks with Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to make a trip to the Far East region around April 24. Chances are fairly high that a summit between Russia and North Korea could take place around that time

Dealing with the Dragon right

The presence of Chinese soldiers in Sindh vindicates India’s stand on boycotting the Beijing summit last May

Putin to receive a rock star welcome in Belgrade

Putin will be met with a welcome parade that weaves through the capital Belgrade and culminates at the massive Saint Sava church, one of Orthodox Christianity's largest houses of worship.

Leaving the field open

The sudden withdrawal of US troops from Syria and Afghanistan can empower adversarial forces

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...

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