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Pressed by Public Outcry, Russia Releases Jailed Actor
MOSCOW — Struggling to calm bubbling discontent, the Russian authorities on Friday freed a jailed actor whose conviction just days earlier for a supposed attack on a police officer had prompted ...

Russia frees jailed actor after public outcry over crackdown
A Moscow court on Friday (September 20) ordered the release of Pavel Ustinov, an actor whose conviction for injuring a police officer at an opposition protest sparked a public outcry in Russia. Anna ...

Rugby World Cup 2019: All the action as host Japan takes on Russia
What we are covering: Host Japan took on Russia in the opening game of the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Tokyo. Japan winger Kotaro Matsushima starred with three tries as the Cherry Blossoms ran in four ...

How China and Russia Spread Surveillance
The two countries are the biggest exporters of surveillance models and are bound to collide on the international stage, new research shows. How China and Russia Spread Surveillance A protester covers ...

Japan open Rugby World Cup by overcoming dogged Russia
The first Rugby World Cup to be staged in Asia is under way and the host nation have duly delivered the result the tournament organisers needed. First impressions are considered important in Japanese ...

Japan 30-10 Russia: Hosts win opening match at Rugby World Cup
Wing Kotaro Matsushima scored a hat-trick as hosts Japan got their World Cup campaign under way with a 30-10 victory against Russia. Russia took an early lead through wing Kirill Golosnitskiy, but ...

Russia carries out mass raids on Kremlin critic Navalny's supporters
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian law enforcement authorities on Thursday carried out mass raids on the homes and offices of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny’s supporters across the country, a move he described ...

Russia oil reserves now worth $1.2 trillion after new discoveries
Sept. 20 (UPI) --Russia's oil reserves have nearly doubled in valuation since last year and now total $1.2 trillion, Moscow's Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment reported Friday. The 88 ...

Japan overcome dogged Russia to win opening Rugby World Cup match
The first Rugby World Cup ever to be staged in Asia is under way and the host nation have duly delivered the result the tournament organisers needed. First impressions are considered very important in ...

On This Day: JFK proposes joint venture with Russia to land on moon
Sept. 20 (UPI) --On this date in history: In 1946, the first Cannes Film Festival opened on the French Riviera. An earlier attempt to begin the international movie showcase in 1939 was halted by the ...

Host Japan beats Russia 30-10 in Rugby World Cup opener
TOKYO (AP) - Kotaro Matsushima’s first hat trick for Japan proved a vital one, since it helped the Rugby World Cup host overcome an error-strewn start to beat unfancied Russia 30-10 in the ...

Rugby-Jittery Japan open World Cup with scrappy win over Russia
Getty Images Japan's Kotaro Matsushima Winger Kotaro Matsushima scored a hat-trick as Japan overcame a severe case of opening-night nerves to give the host nation a winning start to the Rugby World ...