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Chechnya Proposes Constitutional Changes to Extend Putin’s Rule

The Parliament of the Russian region of Chechnya has passed a proposal which could extend the presidential term limit from two consecutive terms to three.

Not Our Tsar: Russians Protest Against Putin’s Inauguration

Almost 1,600 Russians, including at least two children and 703 Muscovites, were arrested during opposition rallies that took place all over the country.

Lavrov: Putin ‘Ready’ for Meeting With Trump

Russian President Vladimir Putin is "ready for a meeting" with his U.S. counterpart Donald J. Trump, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday.

Putin Opens Nuclear Plant in Turkey, Vows Faster Arms Delivery

Russian President Vladimir Putin launched the construction of Turkey's first nuclear power station on Tuesday and vowed to accelerate the delivery of air defense systems to Ankara, in a new tightening of an increasingly close alliance that has alarmed NATO.

In Whose Interest Was Poisoning of Former Russian Spy?

Every day adds new details to the saga of attempted murder in the U.K. city of Salisbury, where of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal was allegedly poisoned by the Kremlin in a nerve agent attack.

Trump Offers White House Meeting to Russia’s Putin

U.S. President Donald J. Trump proposed a White House summit when he called Russian President Vladimir Putin last month, a top Kremlin aide said Monday.

Putin Retains Grip on Power in Russia as Opposition Cries Foul

Russians were voting Sunday in a presidential election set to hand Vladimir Putin a record fourth term, but the opposition is crying foul.

2018 Russian Presidential Elections: How Putin Sets the Stage to Win

While Vladimir Putin prepares to be re-elected, the Kremlin is frightening Russians with gays and communists into voting and arranging an isolation of Mr. Putin’s main opponent Alexei Navalny

Putin Lays Out His Priorities in Address to Russian Assembly

Just two weeks before the Russian presidential elections, Vladimir Putin delivered his annual state of the nation address to the Federal Assembly.

Russian Opposition Leader Navalny May Spend Election Day Behind Bars

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny accused the authorities of wanting to put him behind bars during the upcoming presidential election.

Russian Foreign Minister Calls US Vote Meddling Claims ‘Blabber’

Moscow on Saturday dismissed accusations it had interfered in the U.S. election that brought President Donald J. Trump to power, calling them "blabber" and "fantasies."

Russian Opposition Leader’s Aides in Jail Over Forming ‘Negative Image’ of...

Russian courts sentenced two spokespeople and a regional campaigner of opposition leader Alexei Navalny to jail time after Sunday protests.

‘This is Our Country’: Thousands of Russians Protest Against Presidential Election

Thousands of Russians gathered on Sunday to participate in the fourth protest organized by opposition leader Alexey Navalny.

Russian Police Raid Multiple Offices of Opposition Leader

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny said Thursday that police were raiding his campaign headquarters in Saint Petersburg as he pressed ahead with a call...

Russian Presidential Elections: Authorities to Give Out Prizes for Votes

A new Russian government marketing campaign asks young people to take selfies at polling stations after voting in the March 2018 presidential election.

Macron Begins Fight Against Fake News

French President Emmanuel Macron has proposed legislation that will combat the spread of fake news in France and has ramped up accusations against Russia.

Putin Urges ‘Pragmatic Cooperation’ in New Year Wishes to Trump

Russian President Vladimir Putin called for "pragmatic cooperation" in his New Year wishes to U.S. President Donald Trump.

Russia’s Top Court Rejects Opposition Leader’s Election Ban Appeal

Russia's top court rejected an appeal by opposition leader Navalny against a decision to bar him from running in the country's 2018 presidential election.

Putin Toughens Russia’s Terrorist Recruitment Sentences

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed into law on Friday a bill that toughens sentences for terrorist recruitment.

Putin: Terror Suspects Can Be Killed ‘On the Spot’ in Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin warned Thursday that armed criminals could be "liquidated on the spot," if militants put up resistance.