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Russians: East Slavic ethnic group
Russians are an East Slavic ethnic group native to Eastern Europe, who share a common Russian ancestry, culture, and history. Russian is the shared mother tongue of the ethnic Russians, and Orthodox Christianity is their historical religion. They are the largest Slavic nation, as well as the largest nation in Europe.

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Russians race to find vaccine, but experts caution against shortcuts [Video]

Russians race to find vaccine, but experts caution against shortcuts

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Navalny is 'a catalyst for Russians' own discontent' says analyst [Video]

Navalny is 'a catalyst for Russians' own discontent' says analyst

For almost 20 years, Navalny has been striking at the Kremlin's Achilles heel of corruption. He may have missed that the thin line has moved, says Mark Galeotti. View on euronews

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 02:14Published

Ties between Russia and Belarus cool ahead of presidential elections [Video]

Ties between Russia and Belarus cool ahead of presidential elections

Moscow says Lukashenko and Putin expressed confidence that the situation will be settled as the arrest of 33 Russians in Belarus threatens to sour ties between the historic allies.

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Top DHS official Chris Krebs says ensuring election security is "a race without an end"

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Russians are again targeting Americans with disinformation, Facebook and Twitter warn.

The companies said the F.B.I. had warned them that a so-called troll farm in St. Petersburg set up a network of fake user accounts and a website.
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U.S. troops injured in tense encounter with Russian forces in Syria

The injuries were minor, but such confrontations have become common, and a U.S. official says the Russians were "reckless" on this occasion.
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Guy pulls out sign, pranks “kiss cam” at Gophers game

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Trump Claims Credit for 2018 Cyberattack on Russia

The move was intended to deter Russians from interfering in the midterm elections, and serve as a test of America’s capability to protect the 2020 elections.
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Putin appeals to Russians' core values as vote on extending term looms

President Vladimir Putin appealed to what he termed Russians' core values on Friday, the country's national day, as he sought to rally support for a vote on constitutional reforms that could..
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Russians bypass coronavirus travel ban via Belarus, say transport sources

Russians are using Belarus as a springboard to travel abroad as their country's international borders remain largely closed as part of efforts to curb the spread of the new coronavirus, transport..
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Russians use black humour to lift spirits during coronavirus crisis

Russians are drawing on their taste for black humour to help raise morale during the coronavirus crisis.
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Russia reopens borders for its nationals to work, study and get treatment abroad

Russians needing to work, study or care for relatives abroad are to be allowed to resume international travel for the first time since late March, Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin said on Monday,..
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Russians rush to public bath after lockdown without hot water

Russian women flocked to their small town's "banya" or public steam sauna when it reopened after the coronavirus lockdown, for the luxury of hot water after going without for six weeks.
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Tulsi Gabbard withdraws defamation suit against Hillary Clinton

The suit alleged Clinton had defamed Gabbard during the Democratic presidential primary for appearing to call Gabbard a "favorite of the Russians."
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Private jet demand rises as wealthy Russians spend lockdown in West

Some private jet companies have seen a rise in demand from wealthy Russians who want to spend time in the West during the coronavirus crisis but who were unable to take commercial flights amid tight..
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Russia to halt flights bringing Russians home overnight on Friday: Ifax cites sources

Russia will suspend all flights bringing Russians home from abroad from Friday night, the Interfax news agency cited sources as saying, without giving a reason.
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Russians seek refuge from coronavirus in dacha country homes

Russians have long relied on dachas - out-of-town cottages with plots of land - as a source of refuge and food during times of political and economic turmoil.
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Poll finds Russians split over allowing Putin to extend rule

Russia is sharply divided over a constitutional change that would allow President Vladimir Putin to extend his rule until 2036, an opinion poll published on Friday has found.
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Virus-spooked Russians hoard trusty staple that is cheap and filling: buckwheat

Russians spooked by the coronavirus epidemic have started hoarding a trusty national staple that has helped them get through multiple crises in their troubled history: buckwheat.
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Judge says downing of MH17 'almost incomprehensible' as murder trial begins

Three Russians and a Ukrainian went on trial in absentia in the Dutch capital on Monday charged with murder in the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in 2014, killing all 298 passengers and..
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Cape Verde court finds Russians guilty in record cocaine bust

The Russian captain and crew of a cargo ship captured last year in Cape Verde with the biggest cocaine haul ever seized in the country were found guilty of drug trafficking and sentenced to jail on..
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Russia's Putin agrees to hold nationwide vote on constitutional changes on April 22: Ifax

President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday agreed to hold a nationwide vote to allow Russians to have their say on a raft of changes to the country's constitution on April 22, the Interfax news agency..
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Putin’s Ultimate Goal

The Russians don’t have to help President Trump or Bernie Sanders. They may already be winning.
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Dueling Narratives Emerge From Muddied Account of Russia’s 2020 Interference

President Trump’s national security adviser intimated that the Russians were backing Bernie Sanders, as Joe Biden blamed Mr. Trump and other Republicans for the continued interference.
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'They like Bernie': Biden says Russia working to prevent him from getting nomination

Former Vice President Joe Biden said Sunday that Russians have worked to block him from winning the Democratic nomination.
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Bulgaria names Russians charged with poisoning linked to Skripal case

Bulgarian prosecutors on Friday named the three Russians they have charged with the attempted murder of three Bulgarians whose poisoning is being investigated for possible links with the 2018..
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Two more Russians on cruise ship off Japan have coronavirus: embassy

Another two Russian nationals aboard a quarantined cruise ship docked near Tokyo have been diagnosed with coronavirus, Russia's embassy in Japan said on Thursday.
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Mexican Citizen Accused of Spying for Russians in the U.S.

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U.S. 'very worried' about Syrian government assault in Idlib, calls on Russia to stop

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Russians start two-week virus quarantine after return from Wuhan

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Swiss uncovered suspected Davos spy plot by Russian 'plumbers': paper

Swiss officials foiled an apparent spying operation by Russians posing as plumbers in Davos, site of the World Economic Forum's annual meeting, a newspaper reported on Tuesday, but police did not..
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Russians hacked Ukraine company Burisma at heart of Trump impeachment, report says

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Russia's Putin: Russians fighting in Libya do not represent the state

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Germany expels two Russians in dispute over killing of Georgian in Berlin

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Sanders says Trump's dismissal of Russia's role in election "makes no sense"

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