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  • We were in UK as tourists: Skripal poison attack accused

    Moscow/London : Two men accused by London of poisoning former Moscow spy Sergei Skripal denied involvement in the murder attempt in a bizarre Russian media interview on Thursday that Britain dismissed as “an insult to the public’s intelligence”.

  • Russia: Police detains more than 800 people in protests

    Moscow: Police in Russia detained at least 839 people in nationwide protests against a proposed government pension overhaul, a Russian independent monitoring group said. Protesters gathered in cities across the country on Sunday to rally against a government proposal to raise the country’s retirement age, CNN reported. The protests were organised by supporters of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who is under administrative arrest for organising an unsanctioned rally in the capital in

  • Putin ‘ultimately’ to blame for spy poisoning, says UK

    London : Britain said on Thursday Russian President Vladimir Putin had “ultimate” responsibility for a nerve agent attack on a former Russian double agent in England, as it prepared to brief the UN Security Council.

  • In a first, India-Pak troops in anti-terrorism exercise

     Beijing/Moscow : For the first time, the militaries of India and Pakistan are taking part in a mega anti-terror drill of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) in Russia aimed at expanding cooperation among the member countries to deal with the growing menace of terrorism and extremism.

  • ‘Russian scribes shot in Africa were ambushed’

    Moscow: Three Russian journalists killed in Central Africa last month as they reported on Russian mercenaries there were targeted in an ambush, a media organisation that was backing them said on Thursday.

  • Russian chopper crash kills 18 in Siberia

    Preliminary reports revealed that the helicopter collided with the external cargo suspension of another helicopter that took off earlier, before it fell, collapsed and burnt, a statement published by Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency said.

  • Donald Trump and the bewildered West

    The West feels betrayed. Worse, it is bewildered. There are even dark hints about Donald Trump’s possible secret links with Moscow, and about his Czech-born wife. No one is willing to give him credit for a practical and positive rather than doctrinaire approach to international relations.

  • Trump-Putin II likely this year

    Russia ready to discuss prez’s visit to DC as his US counterpart invites him for 2nd round of talks

  • Modi and Xi to meet during BRICS, discuss US trade war

    Moscow : China and India will discuss the US’ trade war and its protectionist trade policy when President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi meet on the sidelines of the BRICS Summit in Johannesburg next week, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Friday.

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    Putin slams ‘ungrounded charges’ after UK poisonings

    Washington : President Vladimir Putin has accused Britain of making baseless allegations against Russia after a former Soviet spy was among four people found poisoned by a nerve agent in southern England.

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    Trump-Putin Summit! US and Russian President pledge fresh start to their troubled relations

    Helsinki: President Trump stood next to President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia on Monday and publicly challenged the conclusion of his own intelligence agencies that Moscow interfered in the 2016 presidential election, wrapping up what he called a “deeply productive” summit meeting with an extraordinary show of support for a leader accused of attacking American democracy, reports the New York Times.

  • France celebrate World Cup glory

    Paris  : The World Cup-winning French team arrived on Monday night for a victory parade on the Champs Elysees following their triumph in Moscow that sparked wild celebrations nationwide.

  • Ronaldinho, Will Smith shine in closing ceremony

    Moscow : Brazilian football legend Ronaldinho and United States actor and musician Will Smith were among the stars rocking the stage on Sunday for the World Cup closing ceremony, ahead of the final match pitting France against Croatia.

  • CROATIA ON THE CROUCH

    French ready to end Modric and company’s   Cinderella dream

  • Two dreams, one goal

    A talented Croatia meets a star-studded France in World Cup final today 

  • World Cup 2018 ‘best ever’, says Infantino

    Moscow : The FIFA World Cup has changed the perception of Russia among all countries as the visitors have discovered a hospitable country, full of people who are keen to show to the world that what sometimes is said is not actually what happens here, FIFA President Gianni Infantino said.