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Russia to reassess guilty verdicts Tolokonnikova is shown here in an isolation cell in September Russia's Supreme Court has criticised the guilty verdicts handed down to the two jailed Pussy Riot punk protesters and has ordered a review.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced a set of initiatives to crack down on Russian companies who register and pay taxes in foreign offshore jurisdictions. Cyprus, Luxembourg and the Netherlands have for years been destinations of choice for
This post's comment feed Comments Well-said and he really is doing a courageous thing...Posted by: SpaceCadet Dec 11, 2013 1:41:22 PM This should be the standard to which all celebrities who go to Russia should be held. If they are going to go there,
December 11, 2013 (Issue # 1790) Young women heading to a bar or disco on a Friday night, and on the lookout for a partner, often receive a certain piece of advice from womens magazines and lonely hearts columns: Hang out with a nice-looking
President Vladimir Putin has ordered Russia's armed forces to expand their presence in the Arctic region as part of efforts to revive the nation's military might. Putin, speaking Tuesday at a meeting with the top military brass, said beefing up the
Russian media say some opposition activists involved in unrest in May 2012 could also be released. Mr Putin's amnesty bill has been submitted to parliament, to mark the Russian constitution's 20th anniversary on Thursday. It does not name those who
Vladimir Putin "Putin's Games," which narrates the corruption behind the Sochi Winter Olympics, is screening at two sold-out theater screenings and will air on television. A controversial documentary about rampant corruption behind the scenes of
After studying Fedotov's proposal about the amnesty, Putin said he agreed with the document "in general". Putin will submit the draft to the parliament's lower house State Duma "soon", said his spokesperson Dmitry Peskov.
A new book from "a star columnist" at a Moscow tabloid is making headlines in Russia, Spiegel reports. The book, by Stanislav Belkovsky, suggests, among other things, that Vladimir Putin is gay. Writes Spiegel : Western intelligence agencies,
President Vladimir Putin visited Sochis main Olympic stadium near the Black Sea coast on Nov. 30 only to see construction workers and equipment still spread around the venue, which is still unfinished just more than two months before it will host the