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  • Russia Looks to Shore Up New Role as Oil Heavyweight

    Russia’s oil minister flies to Algiers this weekend to meet with Saudi and OPEC counterparts—a gathering oil traders are watching closely and one that could help solidify Russia’s new status as oil-market kingpin.

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  • Russian Pussy Riot Member Likely Poisoned, German Doctors Confirm

    A member of Pussy Riot, a Russian punk group that has drawn the spotlight for its anti-Kremlin protests, was likely poisoned with an unknown substance, according to German doctors, the latest in a string of similar cases involving critics of the Kremlin.

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  • Russian General Challenges Top Activist to a Duel

    A Russian general close to Vladimir Putin challenged an opposition leader to a duel in a spirited YouTube post, a sign the activist, Alexei Navalny, has struck a nerve at the Kremlin.

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  • Putin Says Accused Skripal Attackers Are Civilians

    Vladimir Putin said the two Russians accused by the U.K. of poisoning a former spy were civilians and indicated they would tell their version of events that led to the largest-ever collective expulsion of Russian diplomats from the West.

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  • China Joins Russian Drills in Sign of Growing Military Ties

    Chinese and Russian troops began joint military maneuvers, marking the first time Moscow has invited a country outside a tight circle of former Soviet allies to annual exercises and offering Chinese generals rare and valuable experience training outside their country’s borders.

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  • Putin Dials Back Pension Plan After Backlash

    Russian President Vladimir Putin softened a plan to raise pension ages to bolster state finances, a rare backtrack following a public outcry that cut his approval ratings to the lowest in more than four years.

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  • Russian Stocks, Ruble Take Hit on Uncertainty Over U.S. Sanctions

    Newly announced U.S. sanctions—and the potential for a second round of actions in 90 days—roiled Russia’s currency and blue-chip stocks as the country braced for further economic pain amid uncertainties over the Trump administration’s commitment to enforcement.

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  • U.S. Sanctions Put Russia on Edge

    Russian officials and companies were bracing for further economic pain, as the U.S. decision to punish the Kremlin for an alleged nerve-agent attack in the U.K. diminished hopes of a bilateral thaw.

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  • Trump Says He Expects to ‘Get Along’ With Putin at Summit

    President Donald Trump said he expected a friendly exchange with Russian President Vladimir Putin at their summit, as he concluded testy NATO talks that left some U.S. allies concerned the alliance was projecting a message of discord to Moscow.

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