Russians set to back reforms allowing Vladimir Putin to stay until 2036
Early results from six days of national voting that ends Wednesday showed more than 70 percent of voters backing the reforms, which critics have denounced as a manoeuvre to allow Putin to potentially stay in the Kremlin for life.
Putin says Russia's handling of coronavirus is superior to U.S.
Russia's official death toll stands at 6,948, much lower than in many other c...
Putin working remotely after meeting infected doctor: Kremlin
Denis Protsenko, who met with Putin last week as the Russian leader visited the...
Kremlin says OPEC+ to analyse market before deciding on further policy
Kremlin spokesman said the deal on global oil production cuts agreed last month had definitely proved effective.
How Russia’s ‘Quiet Diplomacy’ helped in reducing tensions between India and China
Russia played a role in reducing tensions between India & China leading to the release of 10 Indian Army men.
Putin approves law that could keep him in power until 2036
Putin signed the measure on Saturday, the Kremlin said, three days after it sailed through the Russian parliament with only one vote against. It must be approved by the country's Constitutional Court and in a referendum set for April 22.
Russian President Vladimir Putin proposes to enshrine God, heterosexual marriage in constitution
Ahead of a second and key reading set for next week, Putin submitted 24 pages worth of new proposals, said State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin. The amendments enshrine the mention of Russians' "faith in God" and also stipulate that marriage is a heterosexual union, said Deputy Speaker Pyotr Tolstoy.
Vladimir Putin was 'conscientious and disciplined' spy: KGB documents
In 2016, Putin -- who has been in power as president or prime minister for two decades -- revealed he had kept his USSR Communist Party membership card for sentimental reasons.
OPEC, Russia bargain over oil cuts ahead of June meeting
The coronavirus pandemic has worsened oversupply in the oil market by slashing demand which has in turn hammered prices.
Moscow rules out bilateral talks at RIC Meet; show restraint: EU
Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov said in Moscow that the RIC agenda does not involve discussing issues that are related to bilateral relations of a country with another member.
Putin has 'disinfection tunnel' to protect him from coronavirus
As part of precautions to protect the president, visitors walk through the device and get sprayed from above and the side, a video posted Tuesday evening on Twitter by Kremlin pool journalists from RIA Novosti state news agency showed.
Donald Trump says it's 'common sense' to include Russia in G7
Trump over the weekend had raised the prospect of expanding the G7, whose members are the world's most advanced economies, to once again include Russia, which had been expelled in 2014 following Moscow's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region.
Donald Trump's move to invite India, Russia, Australia, South Korea to attend G-7 summit riles China
Trump has postponed the G7 Summit till September and expressed his desire to expand the "outdated" bloc to G10 or G11, including India and three other nations to the grouping of the world's top economies.
2016 repeat? Trump revives Clinton playbook to battle Biden
Eager to distract from the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed more than 89,000 Americans and crippled the economy, Trump and his advisers have started their fog machine again, amplified by conservative media as it was during the Russia probe and the impeachment investigation.
Coronavirus hits world superpowers as some look to reopen
As health officials issued warnings against reopening economies too quickly, the coronavirus struck inside some of the world's superpowers, with a top aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin diagnosed just days after U.S. Vice President Mike Pence's press secretary also tested positive.
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