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John Kerry has said US would be "disappointing" if Russia and China had helped fugitive Edward Snowden evade US attempts to extradite him from Hong Kong

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...n the interests of everybody”. John Kerry has said US would be “disappointing” if Russia and China had helped fugitive Edward Snowden evade US attempts to extradite him from Hong Kong “In the last two years we have transferred seven prisoners to Russia that they wanted so I think reciprocity and the enforcement of the law is pretty important,” he said. The decision n...

Russia has failed to explain why it kept key files secret when it investigated the 1940 Katyn massacre of more than 20,000 Polish war prisoners

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...Rights was signed. The court’s examination came after 15 relatives of the victims claimed that Russia had failed to carry out an adequate investigation. They said Moscow had prevented them from finding out the truth about the killings in western Russia. Moscow started a criminal investigation into the killings the same year, but the inquiry was discontinued in 2004 on the orders of the Russi...

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...Kate Middleton's lawyers are expected in court in Paris later to try to restrict publication of pictures of the duchess topless The action would not stop Closer‘s Italian sister magazine, Chi, from publishing the same photos but the speed with which the royal couple have acted may deter others from publishing the pictures. Chi has said it plans to print a 26-page special featuring the p...

Russia had urged Ukraine to delay signing a trade deal with the EU

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...e best interests of Ukraine: “We absolutely do not want to be a battlefield between the EU and Russia. We want to have good relations with both the EU and Russia.” He also added that separate “road-map” talks with Russia aimed at reviving economic ties would start next month and no agreement had been finalized on possible new financial support from the Kremlin. Meanwhile,...

Ukraine has rejected Russia's Gazprom gas price hike and threatened legal action

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...ine would try to negotiate a gas deal, but warned that if talks failed Ukrainians should prepare for Russia to cut off supplies. Moscow says the price change is due to Kiev’s failure to pay its bills. Russia’s state-controlled company Gazprom has raised the cost of gas to Ukraine by 81% to $485.50 (354.33 euros) from $268.50 for 1,000 cubic metres. Ukraine has rejected Russia’s...

Azerbaijan says it cannot explain how it awarded no points to Russia, when Dina Garipova came second in its phone poll

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...ed in with his own accusations. Suspicious that the Belarusian singer did not receive a single point from Russia, he has claimed that the final was falsified. Related search articles:Pashto Sixsi Calls From Mardan outrageous upskirts stolen cell phone pictures amanda hawaii belgium incest movie sandy cock pics that where on her phone disney world december 7 2013 singing contest naturist girl co...

G7 said Crimea's referendum has no legal effect as it is in direct violation of Ukraine's constitution

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The G7 leaders have called on Russia to stop all efforts to “annex” Ukraine’s Crimea region. G7 said if Russia took such a step they would “take further action, individually and collectively”. They also said they would not recognize the results of a referendum in Crimea this weekend on whether to split from Ukraine and join Russia. Meanwhile, Ukraine’s national...

Russia has announced it will expel US diplomat Ryan Fogle briefly detained in Moscow for allegedly trying to recruit a Russian intelligence officer as a spy

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...nvolving the two countries took place in 2010, when 10 people pleaded guilty to spying on the US for Russia. The alleged agents were deported from the US in exchange for four people the Russians claimed had been spying for the West, in the biggest spy swap since the Cold War. Last year, a former UK government official admitted that Britain had been caught spying after Russia exposed its use of a f...

Hillary Clinton speaking ahead of the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation APEC summit in Vladivostok

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...of State Hillary Clinton has said that the US administration wants to normalize trade relations with Russia this month. Hillary Clinton said the government was working closely with the US Congress to get the necessary legislation passed. She was speaking ahead of the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC) summit in Vladivostok. Russian President Vladimir Putin has urged a fight against protecti...

Exiled Russian tycoon Boris Berezovsky has been found dead at his home outside London on March 23

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...ladimir Putin organized the bombings of apartment blocks in Russia, in 1999, which paved the way for Russia’s second military intervention in Chechnya. He said Vladimir Putin was prepared to kill anyone that he defined as an enemy of Russia, and that he himself was a target. That is why the mansion Boris Berezovsky bought for £10 million ($15 million) from former disc jockey Chris Evans was...

Russia's Dina Garipova came fifth at the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest in the Swedish city of Malmo

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...vision Song Contest 2013. Voters and the official Azerbaijan jury in fact gave strong backing to the Russian entry, according to officials. Azerbaijan’s state broadcaster suggested there may have been voting violations. Russia gave the maximum 12 points to Azerbaijan’s entry – a ballad by Farid Mammadov. Farid Mammadov came second behind winner Emmelie de Forest from Denmark. Ru...

Sergei Magnitsky was arrested in 2008 for tax evasion after accusing Russian police officials of stealing $230 million from the state

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Russia has decided to publish a list of 18 US officials barred from the country, in response to a similar list published by the US Treasury on Friday. A Russian statement described the US move as a severe blow to relations, and said blackmail could not be ignored. The US published its list under an act – Magnitsky Sanctions Listings – named after Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky who di...

A shocking picture of Whitney Houston's bathroom took at her home in Atlanta, Georgia, shows how the star's life spiraled into chaos at the height of her crack addiction

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...cause her voice wasn’t what it used to be,” a friend told People. Whitney Houston “was in pain from all the pressure she was facing”, the source said. “I know from when she was recording her most recent album – her comeback album (I Look to You in 2009) – her voice was shot. That bothered her.” “In the music industry, you’re only as good as your last hit, even if you are Whitney Housto...

Tina Brown had reportedly revealed photographs of Whitney Houston’s bathroom, depicting drug paraphernalia including a crack pipe, rolling papers and cocaine-covered spoons

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...s demons everywhere and once made a hole in the bathroom wall as a spy hole.” Elaboration came from a quote on The Sun from Tina Brown, who said: “She’ll point to the floor and say, ‘See that demon. I’m telling you somebody’s messing with Bobby’. She always thinks it’s something to do with Bobby. But it’s her, hitting herself.” Tina Brow...

Two Ukraine’s government buildings have been seized by armed men in Simferopol

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...ew leaders confronted each other in the city. Ukrainian interim President Oleksandr Turchynov warned Russia against any “military aggression” in Crimea. Oleksandr Turchynov said Russia’s troops from Black Sea Fleet should not move outside their naval base in the Crimea. “I would like to call on the leadership of the Russian Federation to respect the basic agreements on the...

Viktor Yanukovych has made his first public appearance since being removed from office at a news conference in Russia

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...’s ousted President Viktor Yanukovych has made his first public appearance since being removed from office last week. Viktor Yanukovych said at a news conference in Russia he would fight for his country. He said he was “not overthrown”, but was compelled to leave Ukraine after threats to his life. Those who drove him from power were “young neo-fascist thugs”, he said....

A Topol RS-12M missile was launched from Russia's Kapustin Yar test range near the Caspian Sea to the Sary Shagan range in Kazakhstan

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Russia says it has test-fired an intercontinental ballistic missile, as tension continues over Ukraine’s Crimea region. A Topol RS-12M missile was launched from Russia’s Kapustin Yar test range near the Caspian Sea to the Sary Shagan range in Kazakhstan, it said. It comes after the US accused Russia of an “act of aggression” in Crimea. The US said it was given advance noti...

The US has banned all liquids from carry-on bags on nonstop flights to Russia, on the eve of the Sochi Winter Olympics

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...ons unveiled on Thursday temporarily ban carry-on liquids, gels or aerosols aboard direct flights to Russia. Russia has already banned all liquids, pastes and gels from its airports and internal flights last month. The US has banned all liquids from carry-on bags on nonstop flights to Russia, on the eve of the Sochi Winter Olympics On Thursday, President Barack Obama said Russia had an “eno...

Russia's military build-up in Ukraine has been condemned by its G8 partners

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...nwhile, the EU foreign ministers are due to meet in emergency session in Brussels. The moves come as Russian military forces continue to strengthen their grip on the Crimean peninsula. Ukraine’s interim government has accused Russia of having declared war, and has ordered the mobilization of its armed forces. Russian President Vladimir Putin has so far defied calls from the West to pull back...

Thirty Greenpeace activists have been detained by Russian coastguards in the port of Murmansk.

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...rdless of nationality, will be prosecuted”. Thirty Greenpeace activists have been detained by Russian coastguards in the port of Murmansk. The campaigners were seized on September 19 along with their ship after two Greenpeace activists tried to climb onto a Gazprom offshore platform. The ship was raided by armed Russian men in balaclavas who abseiled down from helicopters. The ship was seiz...

USAID has announced it will close its offices in Russia following an order from the authorities there to cease operations

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...nited States Agency for International Development (USAID) has announced it will close its offices in Russia following an order from the authorities there to cease operations. The Russian government gave the US until 1 October to close the mission. USAID has worked in Russia for two decades, spending nearly $3bn on democracy and other programmes. Correspondents say the government’s antipathy...

Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, who died in 2009, has been found posthumously guilty of tax fraud by a Moscow court

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...,” William Browder said. The case became a symbol in the US of the fight against corruption in Russia. Last year, Washington passed the Magnitsky Act, blacklisting Russian officials accused of human rights violations, including those linked to the case. In response, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law barring Americans from adopting Russian orphans. The Russian foreign ministry als...

US will go ahead with high-level talks with Russia despite Moscow's decision to grant asylum to Edward Snowden

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US officials say they will go ahead with high-level talks with Russia on Friday despite Moscow’s decision to grant asylum to Edward Snowden. Some members of Edward Snowden’s family are applying for visas to visit him in Russia, his lawyer says. Edward Snowden was granted asylum by Russia despite repeated requests from the US that he be returned to America. He leaked details about a se...

Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov are expected to meet on the sidelines of a long-planned conference on Lebanon in Paris

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Russia and the US are due to hold crucial talks to try to ease tensions over the Ukraine crisis. US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov are expected to meet on the sidelines of a long-planned conference on Lebanon in Paris. The US accuses Moscow of deploying troops in Ukraine’s Crimea region, describing it as an “act of aggression” – a...

Russian officials and parliamentarians have regularly used Max Shatto’s death to justify a recent ban on adoptions to America

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US ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul has warned against “the sensational exploitations of human tragedy” after Russian officials accused an American woman of murdering her adopted Russian son, Max Shatto. Michael McFaul said the US had been working behind the scenes with Russian diplomats after Max Shatto’s death. Three-year-old Max Shatto died in January. He was adopted from...