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Putin: "Everything will be okay" for U.S.-Israeli woman jailed in Russia
President Vladimir Putin said during a visit to Israel on Thursday that he had given assurances to the mother of Naama Issachar, a U.S.-Israeli woman jailed in Russia on drug charges, that “everything ...

Russia’s Parliament Passes Putin’s Constitutional Plans on First Reading
Parliament’s approval to President Vladimir Putin’s constitutional overhaul could allow him to maintain control over the country’s political scene after his term ends in 2024.

Putin Has a Plan to Keep Running Russia Without Being President
Sweeping constitutional changes will let him dominate the country as he pursues his quest to boost the nation’s global power.

UPDATE 1-Russia's VTB to seek investors for its grain business in Feb - Interfax
Russia’s VTB plans to attract one or more investors for its grain business in February, the Interfax news agency reported on Thursday, citing its first deputy chief executive. The state-controlled ...

Russia Awaits $34 Billion Windfall as Putin Starts Spending Push
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s new government is in a hurry to open up the floodgates to increased spending after years of tight fiscal policy. Extra spending in 2020 could total 2.1 trillion ...

Simultaneous broadcasts of Russia v Canada sow confusion among viewers
The two youth teams met in the IIHF World U20 Championship final on 5 January, with Canada winning 4-3. Viewers of Russia's Channel One watched with the rest of the world as the Canadians mount a ...

Russia-Poland feud over history clouds Auschwitz anniversary
That there will be two competing ceremonies — one in Jerusalem on Thursday and the other at the Auschwitz site in southern Poland on Monday — underlines how politically charged World War II remains as ...

Tulsi Gabbard sues Hillary Clinton over Russia ‘favorite’ comments
Gabbard, a Hawaii congresswoman, says in her lawsuit, filed in federal court in Manhattan, that Clinton’s comments in a podcast last year in which she suggested that Gabbard was being groomed by ...

All eyes on Putin as world leaders gather in Jerusalem amid hopes for backpacker jailed in Russia
Issachar was born and raised in New Jersey before moving to Israel a decade ago. She had been returning to Israel from an extended trip to India last April and was in transit via Russia when police ...

Doping cases put career on pause, says Russia’s Lasitskene
MOSCOW — The Olympics are six months away, but Russia’s top track and field athlete has no idea if she’ll be there. Mariya Lasitskene is a three-time world champion in high jump and a scathing critic ...

Putin Says Russia Has to Be Strong Presidential Republic
Russia must remain a strong presidential republic, President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday when asked about a possible transitional period once he steps down in 2024.

Putin upbeat on Israeli woman jailed in Russia
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday reassured the mother of an Israeli-American woman jailed in Russia on drugs charges, but stopped short of announcing her release. Putin, among dozens of ...