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Putin May Run Again but Won't Be President for Life
Russia's Vladimir Putin hasn't decided to seek another term as president, but he says being leader indefinitely could be detrimental to his country.
Tit for Tat: Russia Expels Polish Diplomats
"The Polish authorities have taken an unfriendly and unfounded step," Russia's Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
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Russian for the Exit: Putin Denies Fleeing Summit
Vladimir Putin made an early exit from the G20 summit on Sunday, but brushed off suggestions that he left because he had felt pressured.
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Upping the Ante? Russian Tanks Pour Into Ukraine: NATO
Multiple columns of Russian tanks, artillery and air defense systems have poured into Ukraine in the past two days, U.S. Gen. Philip Breedlove said.
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Gorbachev Warns World Is on Brink of 'New Cold War'
Gorbachev said the West had made mistakes that upset Russia with the enlargement of NATO and its actions in several war zone countries.
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Russia, Ukraine Strike Deal to Keep Europe Warm
Russia will resume shipping natural gas to Ukraine after Kiev pays off its first debt installment for past supplies of gas next week.
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Putin Accuses U.S. of Trying to 'Remake the Whole World'
Vladimir Putin accused the U.S. on Friday of endangering global security by imposing a "unilateral diktat" on the rest of the world.
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Will a Putin-Poroshenko Meet Lead to Thaw Over Ukraine?
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko will look to fix a broken ceasefire in eastern Ukraine during a summit Friday.
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Russian Relations Reset 'Impossible,' Medvedev Says
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said a "reset" of relations with the United States was "absolutely impossible."
Gorbachev Leaves Hospital After 'Disease Recurrence'
The 83-year-old went for some checks on Thursday "after feeling unwell," Gorbachev Foundation Spokesman Pavel Palazhchenko said
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NATO Secretary-General: We Can Put Troops Anywhere
New NATO secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg said on Sunday that the Western alliance could deploy its forces wherever it wants.
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Cluck Off! Russia Blocks 550 Tons of U.S. Chicken Legs
Russia's consumer watchdog said on Thursday it had stopped imports of more than 550 tons of U.S. chicken legs.
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SHAMIL ZHUMATOV / Reuters
Fighting Intensifies as Ukraine Rebels Near Airport
Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine advanced Wednesday on the government-held airport in Donetsk.
MAX WHITTAKER / Reuters
Putin Plays Chicken with U.S. and Russians Lose
A decree signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin to ban imports on U.S. poultry is leaving folks hungry—just not the ones he intended.
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Russia to Add 80 Warships to Black Sea Fleet by 2020
Russia will increase its Black Sea fleet with more than 80 new warships by 2020, its commander said on Tuesday.
Space Station Astronauts Return to Earth
An American and two Russians landed early Thursday in Kazakhstan after 5½ months aboard the International Space Station.
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Russia's Space Plans for Crimea Put NASA in a Bind
The Russian government seems to be setting up a subtle diplomatic trap for the United States over spaceflight training and the status of Crimea.
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VASILY FEDOSENKO / Reuters
Blasts Rock Stategic East Ukraine Port: Reports
A Reuters witness heard about a dozen blasts and saw plumes of black smoke rising a few miles to the east of the port of Mariupol in eastern Ukraine.
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Charles Dharapak / AP
Obama and Cameron: Russia Has 'Ripped Up the Rulebook'
In a joint article, President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron said Russia had "ripped up the rulebook" of international relations.
Sasha Mordovets / Getty Images file
World Against Russia: Can NATO Solve the Putin Problem?
Russian President Vladimir Putin wasn't invited to the NATO summit in Wales this week, but the Kremlin will loom large over the gathering.
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France Suspends Delivery of Warship to Russia
The Vladivostok, the first of two Mistral-class helicopter carriers ordered by Russia, was to be delivered by late October.
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LARRY DOWNING / Reuters
Obama to Russia: 'It Doesn't Have to Be This Way'
Earlier in the day there were conflicting statements from both sides in the Ukraine conflict.
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NATO Plans Rapid-Response Force to Thwart Russia
The force would be made up of 4,000 troops who could easily mobilize in Eastern Europe against any potential Russian aggression.
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Second-Guessing Inside White House After Rough Summer
A rough summer produces second-guessing inside White House.
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ALEXEY DRUZHININ / RIA NOVOSTI via AFP - Getty Images
Putin Power Play: Will He Go After the Baltic States Next?
President Barack Obama will travel to Estonia on Wednesday to stress U.S. solidarity with the Baltic states.
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