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Trump fails to rule out accepting Russian claim on Crimea

Trump's refusal to reaffirm the long-standing US opposition to Russia's intervention in Ukraine will dismay European allies ahead of next month's NATO summit.

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

Entry of India, Pakistan into SCO to bolster grouping’s strength: Xi Jinping

The SCO was founded at a summit in Shanghai in 2001 by the presidents of Russia, China, Kyrgyz Republic, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. India and Pakistan became its members last year.

Putin says Russia-China partnership at best level in history

Putin spoke highly of the 19th Communist Party of China (CPC) National Congress, which he said had created more favourable conditions for further development of bilateral ties in the long run.

Resurgence of Russian power

This puts in place checks and balances and ensures that there is no instability in the Central Asian region

Modi arrives in Russia for informal summit with Putin

The aim of the informal summit is to use the friendship and trust between the two countries to create convergence on key global and regional issues, official sources said.

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.

Narendra Modi among Forbes top 10 most powerful people in the world

In compiling the list, Forbes measured their power along four dimensions of whether the person has power over lots of people, financial resources controlled by each person, whether the candidate is powerful in multiple spheres and that the candidates actively used their power.

Trump congratulates Putin on fourth term

Putin, 65, who is in power since 1999, was re-elected as Russia's president in the March election with 76.7 per cent of the vote.  

Faces to follow as Putin begins fourth Kremlin term  

Chosen by Putin to lead Russia in 2008 when he was largely unknown, Dmitry Medvedev never succeeded in stepping out of the shadow of his "colleague and old friend", as he called his superior.

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny detained

Moscow: Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny was detained by police at a demonstration against President Vladimir Putin here on Saturday. Thousands of demonstrators denouncing Putin's...

Erdogan vows perpetrators of Eastern Ghouta massacre will pay ‘heavy price’

The Turkish leader on Monday expressed "concern" to Putin over the attacks in Eastern Ghouta, the Turkish presidency said.

Nobody has been tougher on Russia than me, says Trump

"I think we'll be able to have great dialogue, I hope. And, if we can't, you'll be the first to know about it. Nobody's been tougher on Russia than I have," said Trump.

Russia conducts second test fire of intercontinental ballistic missile

Sarmat reportedly has a shortened active phase of flight. It has enhanced capabilities to overcome missile defence and is capable of carrying large quantities of ammunition.

Modi, Jinping, Trump among TIME’s most influential people’s list

For more than a decade, the TIME 100 annual list has featured some of the world's most significant artists, leaders, scientists, activists and entrepreneurs. The list will be announced next month.

Death toll rises to 64 in Russia’s shopping mall fire

Russian television showed images of thick black smoke pouring out of the Winter Cherry shopping centre in the city of Kemerovo, which also houses a sauna, a bowling alley and a multiplex cinema and was packed with people on Sunday afternoon.

Russia’s game plan for the world

With calls for action against Moscow picking up in Western nations, Putin’s next six years could be challenging

Putin leads Russia presidential election with 76.65%

Almost 55.5 million of voters supported his candidacy in the election that took place on Sunday paving the way for Putin, 65, to lead the country until 2024 after which he is constitutionally obliged to stand down, reports Sputnik news.

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 goes to polls in presidential election

The polling stations will be open from 8 am to 8 pm in every Russian region in accordance with the time zones. Russia has 11 time zones.

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