News24.com | World leaders express shock at Tanzania ferry disaster, death toll hits 130 Pope Francis, the United Nations secretary-general, Russian President Vladimir Putin and a number of African leaders have expressed shock and sorrow at Tanzania ferry disaster. News24 2 hours ago
Skripal poisoning suspects not criminals: Putin Russian President Vladimir Putin says Russia knows the real identity of two men accused by British prosecutors of trying to murder former Russian spy Sergei Skripal. Sydney Morning Herald 1 week ago Also reported by • The Age • Brisbane Times • SBS
Putin tests Kalashnikov's latest sniper's rifle
Russian President Vladimir Putin visited the Kalashnikov Concern’s shooting range and tested the company's brand new sniper rifle in Kubinka. After inspecting the experimental samples of the rifles,..
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Putin Fires Sniper Rifle On Russian TV
Business Insider reports that Vladimir Putin fired a Kalashnikov sniper rifle at a Moscow shooting range on Wednesday. Russian state TV claimed he hit the target "more than half the time."
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Putin proposes 'historic' peace deal between Russia, Japan Vladimir Putin wants to solve a territorial dispute with Japan. SBS 1 week ago
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Putin and Xi treat themselves to pancakes, vodka shots and caviar after talks President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping demonstrated their cooking skills on Tuesday after their talks in Russia's eastern city of Vladivostok. SBS 1 week ago
A spy story: Sergei Skripal was a little fish, but he had a big enemy He was significant in the eyes of one man - Vladimir Putin, an intelligence officer of the same age and training. Sydney Morning Herald 2 weeks ago Also reported by • The Age • Brisbane Times
US, France, Germany and Canada back UK Novichok findings US, France, Germany, Canada have backed the UK's Novichok findings, as Britain pointed the finger at Russian President Vladimir Putin. SBS 2 weeks ago