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The party is over for Russian billionaires

The arrest of billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev sends a clear message to other wealthy Russians - their money is no longer as welcome in thee West.
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Russians unhappy as world championships hope to turn corner

LONDON (Reuters) - Weightlifting is hoping to strengthen its precarious hold on its Olympic status when "a new chapter" for the sport starts at the World Championships in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, from..
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Judge Upholds Mueller Indictment Against 13 Russian Trolls [Video]Judge Upholds Mueller Indictment Against 13 Russian Trolls  01:19

A federal judge denied Concord Management's request to dismiss the indictment.

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Local security in Vladivostok, Russia, caught four people disguised as a bus in an attempt to cross the city's Zolotoy Bridge, which is closed to pedestrians in 2015 for safety reasons. The existing..

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Liar, Liar? Text Messages May Implicate Roger Stone Associate Randy Credico [Video]Liar, Liar? Text Messages May Implicate Roger Stone Associate Randy Credico  00:59

Roger Stone is at the center of the special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. At issue is whether any Trump associates helped the Russians steal..

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Watch: Russians dress up as a bus to cross vehicle-only bridge [Video]Watch: Russians dress up as a bus to cross vehicle-only bridge  00:51

Four people decided to pose as one big yellow bus while attempting to cross a vehicle-only bridge.

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The 2018 World Cup could lead to conflict on and off the pitch | The Economist [Video]The 2018 World Cup could lead to conflict on and off the pitch | The Economist  06:25

The football World Cup in Russia will be the biggest sporting event of 2018. President Vladimir Putin will use the tournament to further his geopolitical goals. Click here to subscribe to The..

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The Russians are coming...The Russians are coming...and now they're gone thanks to Facebook.

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Russians tell US security chief ready to cooperate over nuclear treaty

Top Russian officials have told Donald Trump's national security advisor that Moscow is ready to cooperate with Washington over a Cold War-era nuclear treaty and that abandoning the key agreement would..
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US midterms: Russian on meddling charge

The criminal complaint alleges that Russians are using some of the same techniques to influence US politics as they relied in the 2016 presidential election.
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Many Russians are coming to Saudi forum that Western figures shun

It takes more than allegations of a state-approved murder in a foreign country to scare away the titans of Russian industry.
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Man who sold bank accounts to Russians hackers sentenced

A man who says he unwittingly helped Russia conduct a disinformation campaign on social media before the 2016 US presidential election has been sentenced.
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Pro-Europeans winners in Latvian election in Putin snub

There is no clear-cut winner from the election in the tiny Baltic nation that is a member of the EU and NATO but whose population is 25 per cent ethnic Russians.
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U.S. indicts Russians in hacking of nuclear company Westinghouse

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Thursday charged seven Russian intelligence officers with conspiring to hack computers and steal data from the nuclear energy company Westinghouse Electric..
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Britain calls them nerve agent hit men. Russians ask whether they are gay

When Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov went on TV this week, the interview wasn't only about whether they poisoned anyone.Instead, it raised questions about whether the two men are gay.
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