MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are satisfied with the approaching completion of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, the Kremlin said on Wednesday.
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Checkmate, the new Sukhoi fifth-generation stealth fighter jet, at the MAKS-2021 air show, July 20, 2021.
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Russia's new Checkmate light stealth fighter was officially presented today at MAKS...
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Earlier this year, the UK's new foreign policy review called Russia the "most acute threat" to Britain's security in the Euro-Atlantic region. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov responded by stressing that Russia "has never been anyone's enemy, and it
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Joe Biden may be president, but in too many ways the Age of Trump marches on. American political and civic life continues to resemble a spy thriller, a horror movie or a science fiction dystopia that keeps spawning sequels. Most Americans want to...
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Former cybersecurity chief Christopher testifies before Congress in December of 2020.
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Some experts doubt the truth of papers obtained by the Guardian purporting to come from the Kremlin.
According to form...
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A leaked document obtained by the Guardian indicates that the Kremlin ordered its spying agencies to back Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election.
During a closed January 22, 2016 national security session in Russia, according to the...
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Kremlin documents obtained by The Guardian claim that Russia had compromising info on Trump.
The paper said it verified the documents, which discuss a plan to help Trump win the 2016 election.
Unproven rumors have long swirled that Russia...
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"Athletes are not politicians," said the Kremlin spokesman.
News broke on Wednesday that Fox News host Tucker Carlson tried working through "Russian intermediaries" shortly before he started making explosive claims about being "spied" on by the United States government.
Julia Davis, who conducts analysis of...
It was revealed Wednesday that Tucker Carlson was working with "Kremlin intermediaries," which appears to be the main reason that his emails may have come under the radar of American intelligence agencies.
Carlson claimed that he was approached by a...
The Kremlin recently noted the absurd US accusations that have been made against Russia of connivance with cybercrime, while Moscow has repeatedly offered to restore dialogue with Washington on information security issues.
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(Scott Johnson) Axios’s Jonathan Swan reports that Tucker Carlson was talking to U.S.-based Kremlin intermediaries about setting up an interview with Vladimir Putin shortly before Tucker accused the National Security Agency of monitoring his...
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Some US media outlets earlier claimed that a hacker group known as "APT 29" and "Cozy Bear", allegedly linked to the Russian government, were responsible for the attack. The Kremlin has dismissed the allegations as "sorts of fairy tales" made up to p
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The Kremlin is concerned over UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab's recent claim that London may send British ships to "Ukrainian waters" again after the incident with the destroyer Defender.
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Ukraine Blames Russian "Blackmail" For Europe Fuel Prices Hitting All-Time High
Fuel prices in Ukraine have reached their highest levels in well over a decade, and Kiev is lashing out at Russia for "blackmail" - as the Kremlin has...
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Russia Now Requires Foreign Social Media Companies To Open In-Country Offices
In the continuing saga and standoff between US tech giants and the Russian state, the Kremlin just took a bold, creative step in its long-running efforts...
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PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY (Sputnik) - President Putin is worried about the situation in Ukraine and is developing security architecture to protect Russia from provocations, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
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The decision by Myanmar’s junta leader Min Aung Hlaing to visit Russia before next-door neighbor China highlights his military’s easier relations with Moscow and hopes of drawing the Kremlin closer to avoid relying on Beijing alone, analysts...
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The US has repeatedly accused the Kremlin of being involved in attempts to meddle in elections and in the hacking of the software company SolarWinds, but has never cared to present solid evidence to corroborate any of these allegations.
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