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Thousands rally against Putin for fifth Saturday in a row
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Ties between Russia and Belarus cool ahead of presidential elections
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Thousands protest in Russia's far east
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Putin backs Russia's 2027 Rugby World Cup bid - federation
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Full ceasefire takes effect in eastern Ukraine
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Russian navy to get hypersonic nuclear weapons: Putin
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Vladimir Putin leads Navy Day celebrations in Saint Petersburg
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Putin reveals plan to expand Russia's navy with 40 new vessels
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Putin says Navy to get hypersonic nuclear weapons
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Russian mine leak: Investigation after acid spill images go viral
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Russian Navy's first all-female crew on patrol
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Thousands join weekend of anti-government protests in eastern Russia
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"Down with the Tsar!" Rare anti-Putin protests erupt over arrest of 'popular' regional governor
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Russia referendum: Vladimir Putin now able to extend his rule until 2036
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Putin granted right to extend rule until 2036
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Russia vote that may extend Putin rule till 2036 enters final day
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Polls open in vote that could extend Putin's rule
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Russia votes: Amendments could keep Putin in power til 2036
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Russia's Putin hails Soviet role in WWII at military parade
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Putin chides Nornickel, orders law change after Arctic fuel spillRussian President Vladimir Putin chided the billionaire boss of Norilsk Nickel on Friday over a huge Arctic fuel spill and ordered changes to the law to try to prevent such a disaster from happening..
Shaman critical of Putin loses bid to end enforced psychiatric treatmentA Russian court on Friday rejected a challenge by a Siberian shaman critical of President Vladimir Putin who says he has been illegally incarcerated in a psychiatric hospital, his lawyer said.
Putin backs state of emergency in Arctic region over fuel spill in riverRussian President Vladimir Putin approved a state of emergency in the Arctic city of Norilsk on Wednesday after a huge leak of fuel into a river and upbraided a senior official on television over what..
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Kremlin defends holding July vote that could extend Putin's rule despite coronavirusThe Kremlin defended on Wednesday plans to hold a nationwide vote next month on constitutional reforms that could allow President Vladimir Putin to extend his long rule, saying the coronavirus epidemic..
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