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  • Donald Trump offers fresh defence of summit with Putin

    Washington: US President Donald Trump, a day after trying to do damage control, offered a fresh defence on Wednesday of his summit with Russian President Vladi­mir Putin, by saying that his widely panned news conference was appreciated by “many people at the higher ends of intelligence”.

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    The surrender summit

    Never before have we had a US President playing second fiddle so very publicly to a Russian dictator as Donald Trump did at the Helsinki meeting with Vladimir Putin on Tuesday. Though the expectations from Trump were low, given his buffoonish demeanor, the way he capitulated before Putin lent weight to the speculation that the latter is in position to blackmail him.

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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.

  • FBI agent: My work has never been tainted by political bias

    Washington: An FBI agent whose anti-Trump text messages fueled suspicions of partisan bias will tell lawmakers that his work has never been tainted by politics and that the scrutiny he’s facing represents “just another victory notch in Putin’s belt.” That’s according to prepared remarks obtained by The Associated Press.

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    Putin, Trump to meet in Helsinki on July 16: Kremlin

    Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Donald Trump will hold a summit in Finland’s capital Helsinki on July 16, the Kremlin said on Thursday.

  • Putin warns against provocation, speculation on alleged chemical attack in Syria

    Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Monday that Moscow will not accept “provocation and speculation” around the latest suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria, the Kremlin said. Putin made the remarks during a telephone conversation with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Xinhua quoted a Kremlin statement as saying.

  • Jim Carrey’s artwork resembling Sarah Huckabee Sanders sparks row

    Jim Carrey is getting slammed online for a portrait he shared online that bears resemblance to White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. “This is the portrait of a so-called Christian whose only purpose in life is to lie for the wicked. Monstrous!” the 56-year-old star captioned the post.

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    Putin urges citizens to vote in presidential election

    Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday urged the citizens to cast their votes in Sunday’s presidential election for the country’s future development.”Dear Russian citizens, as the incumbent president, I ask you to go to the polling station on Sunday. Use your right to choose the future for our great and beloved Russia.” Putin said in a special address to voters.

  • Trump defends Putin,says many killed due to America’s mistakes

    Washington, A large number of people worldwide have lost their lives because of America’s mistakes, President Donald Trump has said as he defended his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin by equating his actions with those of the US government.

  • Putin aide’s wife shocks with Holocaust-themed skating routine

    Moscow : The wife of President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman faced a storm of criticism on Monday for performing a Holocaust-themed ice-dancing routine with striped costumes based on concentration camp uniforms.

  • Putin calls Trump, wants better ties

    Washington/Moscow : US President-elect Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke over phone for the first time and agreed on the need for jointly working to normalise “extremely unsatisfactory state” of ties between the two nations, reports PTI. Putin “called to offer his congratulations on winning a historic election,” according to a Trump statement. The two leaders discussed issues including shared threats, strategic economic issues and the historical US-Russia relationship.

  • India, Russia approve two more units at Kudankulam

    Benaulim (Goa) : Carrying forward their cooperation in civil nuclear energy, India and Russia gave the go ahead for construction of two more nuclear reactors in Kudankulam project even as Moscow strongly backed New Delhi’s bid for NSG membership, reports PTI.

  • Twitter restores Putin’s parody account

    London: After facing much criticism for temporarily suspending the parody accounts of famous politicians, including President Vladimir Putin in Russia, micro-blogging website Twitter has reinstated all the accounts, a media report said.

  • Abe-Putin talks make a headway on island row

    Sochi (Russia): Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has hailed a potential breakthrough in a decades-long territorial dispute with Russia, after talks with President Vladimir Putin, Japan’s foreign ministry spokesman said. “The prime minister said that today he could feel a breakthrough, he could make a breakthrough in the currently stagnated negotiation,” Japanese foreign ministry press secretary Yasuhisa Kawamura said.

  • Panama vows to cooperate

    Panama City: Panama’s government has vowed to “vigorously cooperate” with any legal probe that might be launched in the wake of the “Panama Papers” data leak. “The Panamanian government will vigorously cooperate with any request or assistance necessary in the event of any legal action occurring,” it said in a statement on Sunday. The Central American nation is reeling from revelations that one of its high-profile but secretive law firms, Mossack Fonseca,

  • Obama, Putin discuss Syrian crisis over phone

    Moscow : Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and US counterpart Barack Obama held frank talks on Syria amid US concern over Turkish shelling of Kurdish militia targets in northern Syria days before a ceasefire deal is due to take hold.

  • Russia’s Federal Space Agency dissolved

    Moscow : Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday signed a decree abolishing the Federal Space Agency, Roscosmos, within the framework of the country’s space sector reform, the Kremlin announced.

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