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For all the sanctions Western leaders can throw at Russia, the biggest threat to President Vladimir Putin's ability to back separatists in east Ukraine is something beyond his or their control: the price of oil. With Russia's $2 trillion economy
Miroslav Runenko a member of the Donetsk People's Republic parliament stands in front of the flag in Donetsk, Ukraine. Photo: Kate Geraghty More than a few observers have noted the similarities between the flag of Russian separatists in eastern
Russia's biggest bank, serving more than half the population of Russia and one million businesses...VTB: Second biggest bank, provider of full range of financial services to clients in Russia and more than 20 countries...Says it's confident it will
Sasha Mordovets/Getty Images A law that comes into effect in Russia on Friday will place tighter controls on the blogosphere, one of the few remaining places where people can freely criticise the government. The federal mass media watchdog has said
the UN Security Council discusses Gaza and the downing of flight MH17. EPA/Jason Szenes On Thursday July 17, 298 people lost their lives when Flight MH17 was downed in eastern Ukraine. Almost immediately accusations were made that the aircraft had
The downing of MH17 has complicated the situation for Russia President Vladimir Putin, but he's not finished yet. Alastair Newton of Nomura has a note titled " Russia/Ukraine: 'Check'...but not 'checkmate' " in which he analyzes the most recent
Moscow to snatch the Russian Premier League title from under their noses last season has Zenit St Petersburg fired up for the new campaign which kicks off on Friday. Zenit not far behind after the two sides have won the last four titles between them.
Putin, the ultimate throwback, in the Kremlin, and the retrogressive Yuri Grigorovich, now 87, back at the Bolshoi with some kind of artistic influence...The mysteries and scandals of the Kremlin are nothing compared to the mysteries and scandals of
Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up today...Israel calls up another 16,000 reserves, allowing it to potentially widen its Gaza offensive in a war that has killed more than 1,300 Palestinians and dozens of Israelis, with
On July 28, the US accused Russia of breaking the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) by testing a ground-launched cruise missile. US officials said Obama informed Russian President Vladimir Putin in a letter on July 28 of the US'