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Vladimir Putin

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  • Russian students start website to discourage election fraud

     
    Far from home in Boston, Mikhail Panko watched as thousands of Russians flooded onto the streets of Moscow in December, protesting alleged election fraud. They vowed not to let it happen again. And Panko decided he would help them -- online. His...
  • After Putin victory, air is let out of Russian opposition protest

     
    Less than a week after Vladimir Putin was declared the overwhelming winner in Russia’s presidential election, about 10,000 people joined Saturday’s march, a shadow of the 100,000-strong marches in Moscow in the last three months in the wake of...
  • Red Cross still blocked from entering traumatized Syrian area

     
    or a fourth day in a row, the International Committee of the Red Cross in Syria was blocked from entering the traumatized Baba Amr neighborhood in the central city of Homs. The Syrian regime of President Bashar Assad once again cited security concerns,...
  • Vladimir Putin -- teary-eyed [Video]

     
    No one was surprised that Vladimir Putin won the Russian presidency on Sunday. With no strong candidate for the opposition to unite around, the election was widely expected to go his way. What were Russians surprised by? His tears....
  • Russian documentary captures anti-Putin pranksters in action

     
    Russia's presidential elections are likely to fuel more acts by Voina, an art/protest group captured in the new film "Zavtra."...
  • Russian leader Vladimir Putin's tiger tale challenged

     
    A Russian environmentalist says there's a marked difference between the tiger Vladimir Putin shot in 2008 and the one shown later on Putin's website as having been released back into the wild....
  • Protesters flood Moscow's streets despite moves to limit dissent

     
    Anti-government slogans and calls for change resounded in Moscow’s central boulevards Tuesday, suggesting Russian authorities’ recent moves to suppress dissent haven’t dampened the opposition’s spirits. It was the first major...
  • Is Russia America's #1 geopolitical foe -- and if not, who is?

     
    Presidential candidate Mitt Romney recently called Russia “without question, our number one geopolitical foe” while criticizing President Barack Obama for remarks he made to the Russian president about missile defense that were unwittingly...
  • Medvedev, Obama fire back at critics over missile comments

     
    U.S. politics combined with diplomacy as Russian President Dmitry Medvedev took a swipe at Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and President Obama pointed to an uncooperative Congress to explain why he was delaying negotiations with Russian...
  • Russia puts an end to USAID activities in the country

     
    Russia is putting a stop to the United States aid agency operating in the country after a two-decade presence in Moscow, the U.S. State Department said Tuesday, a decision seen by critics as a swipe against American support for Russian civil society...
  • Monster Mash: Prince William, Kate stop by Inner-City Arts; reservations start for 9/11 museum

     
    Prince William, Kate tour Inner-City Arts in downtown L.A....