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The Kremlin Has Its Hands In The Internet Around The World. It’s Also Trying To Control...

Russia blocked a Norwegian online newspaper last year over a story about an openly gay man who twice contemplated suicide but then changed his mind. Some see a sign that the Kremlin is taking a wider hand in trying to censor the Internet at home.
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Why Is Vladimir Putin Racing To Amend Russia's Constitution?

Russians try to puzzle out what Vladimir Putin is trying to do as the Kremlin pushes through changes to Russia's constitution at breakneck speed.
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Schiff: Trump’s Actions Towards Russia And Ukraine Have Been A Kremlin ‘propaganda Coup’!

Congressman Adam Schiff went off on what he called.a “Russian propaganda coup” this afternoon as, in talking about Ukraine and arguing for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, recalled the Mueller investigation and the infamous...
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Seeing Half Of Russia's Su-57 Stealth Fighters Suddenly Go Airborne Was A Wakeup Call For Europe

Mark Episkopos Security, Europe Look alive, NATO. Key point: Putin’s heightened personal involvement signals just how heavily invested the Kremlin has become in the Su-57’s commercial success. Back in May, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s...
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Kremlin Rejects Uk Account Of Putin-johnson Meeting, Says Talks Were Constructive And Conciliatory

Russian President Vladimir Putin and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson met on Sunday on the sidelines of a conference on Libyan peace.
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Kremlin Pledges 'large-scale Public Discussion' On Proposed Constitutional Amendments

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russia's proposed changes to the constitution will be accompanied by a wide-scale information campaign and public discussion, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Tuesday.
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Revealed: The Secrets Behind Russia's Crazy 100-megaton Nuclear Torpedo

Steve Weintz Security, Russia From fiction to reality. Key Point: It's coming soon. On November 10, 2015, Russian media accidentally-on-purpose revealed a glimpse into the Kremlin's new underwater weapon—the "Kanyon" or Status-6 nuclear-powered,...
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Kansas City Radio Station Agrees To Broadcast Russian-funded Propaganda Six Hours A Day

Thanks to a lease agreement struck by a local radio operator, a Kansas City area radio station can now broadcast Kremlin-funded propaganda six hours a day, The Kansas City Star reports. RM Broadcasting LLC has agreed to broadcast programming from...

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Putin Picks Little-known Tax Chief For Prime Minister

President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday proposed the little-known head of Russia’s tax service Mikhail Mishustin for the post of prime minister, the Kremlin said. The proposal to appoint 53-year-old Mishustin, a relatively obscure figure who has...
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Democrats Press For Details On Alleged Burisma Hack

Democrats demanded more answers Tuesday about an alleged Russian hack of the Ukrainian gas company at the center of President Donald Trump's impeachment inquiry — while accusing him of rolling out the welcome mat for Kremlin interference in the...
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If Russia Hacked Burisma, Brace For The Leaks To Follow

The Kremlin likely hacked the oil giant. Its next play: selectively release—and even forge—documents. Did the US learn enough from 2016 to ignore them?
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The Russian Military Is Now Deploying Its Hackers To Hunt For Dirt On Biden Too: Report

On Monday, The New York Times reported that Russian military officials have moved to hack into Burisma, the Ukrainian gas company on whose board former Vice President Joe Biden’s son sat. The move suggests that the Kremlin is now also trying...
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Libya Strongman Haftar Agrees Ceasefire After Calls From Kremlin, Ankara

Libyan strongman General Khalifa Haftar on Saturday announced a ceasefire in his months-long battle to control the capital Tripoli after calls for a truce from Russia and Turkey. The North African state has seen an escalation of the turmoil that...
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Putin, Erdogan Discuss Situation In Libya Over Phone

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, talked over the phone on Saturday and discussed the situation in Libya, the Kremlin's press service said in a statement, adding that both sides...
Related topics: Vladimir Putin, Tayyip Erdogan, Libya, Russia, Moscow

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Russia's Su-57 Stealth Fighter Has Become Deadly Thanks To The War In Syria

David Axe Security, A useful testing ground. Key point: To support the 2009 strategy, the Kremlin needed to acquire 1,000 new airplanes and helicopters by 2020. The Russian air force deployed Su-57 stealth fighters to Syria a second time since...
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Russia Wants 50 Of These Deadly 'new' Bombers

David Axe Security, Europe Buying 50 Tu-160Ms could prove too expensive for the cash-strapped Kremlin. And that’s assuming the contractor actually can build the giant, swing-wing bombers. The Russian air force could receive the first of up to 50...
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The Russians Used The Media To Influence An Election For The Left

A funny thing happened on the way to the Kremlin. Before the UK election, Hillary Clinton took her book tour to the UK, where she joined the chorus of false claims accusing Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative party of being Russian...
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Nord Stream 2 Pipeline To Start Operating, Albeit With Delay - Kremlin

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Nord Stream 2 pipeline will be put into service despite Allseas' refusal to complete pipe laying over Washington's sanctions, there will be a delay, but Russia has the necessary capacities to implement the project anyway,...
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20 Years Of Vladimir Putin: Kremlin Releases Never-before-seen Photos With Russian President

On this day in 1999, Boris Yeltsin announced his resignation as the head of state in a New Year address to the nation and named Vladimir Putin the acting president. Ahead of the 20th anniversary of Putin serving at the helm of Russia, his...
Related topics: Vladimir Putin, World Photos, Anniversaries, Russia

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Does Russia Really Have A 100 Megaton Nuclear Torpedo Called Status-6?

Steve Weintz Security, Russia The Pentagon thinks so. Key Point: Russia has resurrected a crazy plan from the Cold War. On November 10, 2015, Russian media accidentally-on-purpose revealed a glimpse into the Kremlin's new underwater weapon—the...
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