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Saudi Arabia, Iran Did Not Ask Russia To Help In Mediating Talks - Kremlin

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Saudi Arabia and Iran have not requested Russia's help in mediating the settlement of their tensions, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Tuesday.
Related topics: Saudi Arabia, Iran, Russia, Moscow

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Kremlin Hopes Riyadh To Soon Cope With Consequences Of Oil Facility Attack

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Kremlin hopes that Riyadh will swiftly cope with the consequences of a recent attack on Saudi Aramco facilities, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Monday.
Related topics: Russia, Moscow

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Facebook Forced To Apologize After Suspending Editor Of Kremlin-run Rt, Sputnik

Facebook released a statement on Friday apologizing for their temporary suspension of a Russian propagandist who runs editorial operations for the Kremlin’s state-run news agencies. Margarita Simonyan, the editor-in-chief of RT and Sputnik,...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media

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Double-edged Source: Why Alleged Kremlin Mole May Pose Danger To Ic & Top Obama Officials

On 9 September, America's mainstream media delivered a new US-Russian spy story on how the CIA managed to extract a highly-valuable source that used to work in the Russian government. US political commentators have discussed the timing, purpose, and...
Related topics: Barack Obama, CIA

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Kremlin Aware Of Money Laundering Case Against Navalny's Anti-corruption Foundation

Opposition figure Alexei Navalny stated earlier that the police, the National Guard and the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB), had simultaneously searched more than 200 apartments of regional coordinators and activists and the Anti-Corruption...
Related topics: Police, Activism

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Opposition Chief Alexei Navalny Blames Kremlin ‘hysteria’ Over Vote For Police Raids

Russia’s main opposition leader Alexei Navalny on Thursday blamed mass police raids on his regional offices on Kremlin “hysteria” sparked by the ruling party’s losses in local elections. “Why such hysteria? Two words:...
Related topics: Police, Russia

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Serbian Member Of Pro-kremlin Biker Club Under Investigation For Assaulting A Female Journalist

The journalist's news portal also came under hacker attacksSerbian journalist Verica Marinčić. Photo by Inđija Cafe, used with permission. A man from Inđija, a town in the North of Serbia, is under investigation for assault and harassment...
Related topics: Hackers, World Photos, Serbia

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Pro-kremlin Rapper Removes New Video After Getting 1.48m Dislikes

Timati’s “Moscow” took aim at pro-democracy protestors in the Russian capital and boasted of a “city that doesn’t hold gay parades.”
Related topics: World Videos, Russia, Moscow

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Kremlin Not Confirming Claim Suspected Cia Spy Had Access To Russian Intelligence Data

The Kremlin earlier confirmed that alleged US spy Smolenkov, who was purportedly evacuated by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in 2017, had indeed worked in the presidential administration, but in minor positions.
Related topics: CIA

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Kremlin Believes Bolton's Resignation Unlikely To Change Us-russian Relations

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Kremlin does not believe that the resignation of US National Security Advisor John Bolton can change the US-Russian relations, the presidential spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said Wednesday.
Related topics: Russia, Moscow

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Kremlin Says Alleged U.s. Spy Did Not Have Access To Putin

MOSCOW/LONDON, Sept 10 (Reuters) - The Kremlin played down reports of a CIA spy inside Russia's presidential administration, but said an official identified by Russian media as the likely U.S. mole had worked there although he did not have access to...
Related topics: Vladimir Putin, Russia, Moscow, United Kingdom, London, Reuters, CIA

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Kremlin Reveals Russian Official Claimed To Be Cia Spy Worked In Presidential Administration

CNN previously reported that the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) had extracted one of its agents, who allegedly spied on the Kremlin, in 2017 over purported fears for his safety.
Related topics: CIA, CNN

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Latvian Security Service Looking Into Riga Retail Store Selling Clothes With Putin’s Image

The Latvian domestic security service has weighed in on a case involving a newly-opened retail store after an indignant user posted pictures featuring bilingual inscriptions on price tags, suggesting that the shop is being used to promote the...
Related topics: Latvia, Riga, Vladimir Putin

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The Kremlin’s Foes Got On The Same Page For An Election. Can They Stay There?

Liberals and Communists made a coalition of convenience, and the Communists did better.

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Oan's Wacko Lawsuit Against Rachel Maddow

One America News has some good people, but the network is caught between two agendas: Kremlin propaganda and sycophancy for President Trump. On Monday, OAN doubled down on that first agenda by filing a $10 million lawsuit against MSNBC and network...
Related topics: Lawsuits, MSNBC

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Major Losses For Pro-kremlin Candidates In Moscow City Vote

Pro-Kremlin candidates have suffered major losses in a Moscow municipal election following an opposition-led strategic voting campaign, Russian news agencies reported on Monday. With all the votes counted, candidates supported by the ruling United...
Related topics: Russia, Moscow

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Pro-kremlin Candidates Suffer Major Losses In Moscow City Vote

Pro-Kremlin candidates have suffered major losses in a Moscow municipal election following an opposition-led strategic voting campaign, Russian news agencies reported on Monday. With all the votes counted, candidates supported by the ruling United...
Related topics: Russia, Moscow

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Kremlin Sees Detainee Exchange With Ukraine As Positive Step - Spokesman

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Kremlin sees the exchange of detainees between Russia and Ukraine as a positive step and a reason for cautious optimism on improvement in the relationship, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Monday.
Related topics: Ukraine, Russia, Moscow

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With Opposition Sidelined, Kremlin-friendly Candidates Are Gliding To Victory Across Russia

It was a summer of protest in Moscow and St. Petersburg, but around the country, local election commissions had made sure to strike activists off the ballot, and local media ignored those who managed to stay in the race.
Related topics: Russia, Protests, Moscow, Activism

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Kremlin Kamala? Harris And Other Democrats Are Embracing Vladimir Putin's Preferred Us Energy Policy

I would only be half-joking in proposing a Kamala Harris-Vladimir Putin ticket in 2020. The fact is, Harris' policy positions fit very closely to those most desired by Putin. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential
Related topics: Vladimir Putin

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