Russian President Vladimir Putin has handed in the required documents to run for re-election in Russia's 2018 presidential vote.
Putin submits documents for 2018 Kremlin race
The Ukrainian government and pro-Russia forces have started the largest prisoner swap since a conflict broke out in the country’s east in 2014.
Ukraine, pro-Russia forces start biggest prisoner swap since 2014 conflict
Russia will supply Turkey with four batteries of S-400 surface-to-air missiles for $2.5 billion, under a deal that is almost complete, Sergei Chemezov, head of Russia’s Rostec, told the Kommersant daily on Wednesday.
Russia to supply Turkey with four S-400 missile batteries for $2.5b
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian will visit Tehran on January 6 to discuss regional issues with Iranian officials.
French FM to visit Iran in January
The secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation (SCRF) warns that tens of thousands of US nationals will lose their lives in case a full military action on the Korean Peninsula breaks out.
Possible Korean war could kill tens of thousands of US citizens: Russian security chief
US President Donald Trump has lashed out at the FBI and the Clinton campaign on the Russia dossier compiled against him and his 2016 campaign.
Trump slams 'tainted' FBI, 'crooked' Hillary over 'pile of garbage' dossier
An EU agreement with Britain on relations after Brexit could serve as a model for ties with other countries that want to be as close as possible to the bloc but are not yet ready to join, such as Ukraine and Turkey, Germany's foreign minister said.
Germany: Brexit deal could be template for EU ties to Ukraine, Turkey
More than 250 migrants were rescued in the central Mediterranean during the night between Monday and Tuesday, Italy’s Coast Guard said.
More than 250 migrants rescued in Mediterranean
A British frigate has escorted a Russian warship through the North Sea near UK waters on Christmas Day, the Royal Navy has revealed.
HMS St Albans: Russian warship escorted by UK frigate in North Sea
Britain’s referendum to leave the European Union has already damaged the country’s “global brand,” says Sir Martin Sorrell, the head of the world’s largest advertising conglomerate.
Brexit has already damaged Britain's global brand: Sir Martin Sorrell

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