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Russia, US to Build New Space Station After 2024
Russia and the United States plan to jointly create a new space station after 2024 with participation of partner countries, as a replacement to ISS, Russian space agency Roscosmos head told the press.
Russia to Stop Nuclear Cooperation with US
Moscow reportedly decided to end its nuclear cooperation program with the US, saying that Russia no longer needs assistance in safeguarding nuclear sites located in the country, according to the Boston Globe newspaper.
Russia Ready for New Anti-Terror Campaign with US
On Friday, June 27, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Russia is open for the renewed anti-terrorism cooperation with the United States, but added the ball is now in the US court.
Edward Snowden to Stay in Russia For Now
In an exclusive interview for NBC News, National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden blamed the State Department for stranding him in Russia and said he would apply for an extension of his asylum, as it expires on August 1.
Snowden to Seek Russian Protection from Death Treats
US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden will ask the Russian law enforcement authorities for protection after having received death threats against him disseminated by the US media, his Russian lawyer said on Tuesday.
Famous US Journalist Barred from Visiting Russia for Five Years
David Satter, a veteran Moscow-based US journalist has been barred from Russia over his violation of visa rules, Russian authorities said on Tuesday.
FBI Agents to Help Russian Police at Sochi Olympics
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is going to send dozens of its agents to Russia to help secure the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi from possible terror attacks.
Most Russians Support Snowden and his Presence in Russia
Over half of Russians approve of fugitive US former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden's activities and his current presence in Russia, a recent opinion survey by the Levada Center reveals.
Legendary American Pianist Van Cliburn Dies
The famous American classical pianist Van Cliburn, who won the first Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in Moscow in 1958, during the height of the Cold War, died from bone cancer at the age of 78 on Wednesday.
US Adoption Ban Comes into Force in Russia
A controversial law which in particular bans adoption of Russian children by American families came into force on January 1.
US Arrests 11 People on Suspicion of Espionage for Russia
A US court has charged 11 people with involvement into an alleged Russian network illegally exporting American technologies to Russian military and intel agencies.

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