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The European Union still does not recognize and condemns this act of violation of international law Mogerini announced.


The UN Security Council discussed the failure to fulfill the set of measures on implementation of the Minsk agreements on Thursday, March 19.


Russia ranks second in the list of the worlds biggest arms suppliers in 2014, says a report by a US-headquartered intelligence company.


The Financial Times digs deep into a possible standoff between the UK government and a Russian tycoon.


Russia has made headlines again with the shocking assassination of Boris Nemtsov, Russias opposition figure.


The leaders of the European Union strongly condemned the murder of the Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov committed in Moscow on the night of February 28.


The Russian Finance Ministry does not consider the possibility of termination of contractual relations with international rating agencies.


The FBI offered a reward of $ 3 million for a Russian hacker.


The Foreign Ministers of the Norman Quartet address all parties to the Ukrainian conflict with a request to provide full access of OSCE observers to all areas in the east of Ukraine.


The Federal Supervision Agency for Information Technologies and Communications will grant a permit to CNN allowing it to resume broadcasting in Russia until the end of the week.


If you look up the headlines of The Foreign Policy, you are most certain to find a report on Russia, or its defiant actions against the West, to be more precise.


The International rating agency Moodys lowered the credit ratings of the seven major financial institutions down to the thrash level.


Gazprom intends to refuse from the procurement of products in the countries that have joined the sanctions against Russia within the frame of the import substitution program.


Russia has responded to the UKs concerns over its military jets sorties along the British coast.


The Financial Times has leaked plans by Brussels to torpedo the Hungary-Russia nuclear deal signed by the leaders last week.


Russia-IC has put together some of the most interesting takes on Russia from the world media.


Just like most of the worlds media, The New York Times continues to explore Russia in an attempt to understand and predict Moscows behaviour and designs amid the troubling Ukraine crisis.


The US magazine has dissected the blueprint tabled by the Russian cabinet in response to the deteriorating economic outlook in a no-words-minced piece by contributor Anna Borshchevskaya.


The international press continues to keep Russia under microscope, with the focus on political and economic costs of Russias alleged role in the Ukraine crisis.


The meetings of the OSCE and of foreign ministers of the EU countries will take place against the background of escalating conflict in Donbass, and in particular, the bombardment of Mariupol, which resulted in death of 30 people on January 24th.


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