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Supply crisis forces UK to buy gas from Russia
Facing a “perfect storm” of energy supply crisis, the UK government has been forced to import gas from Russia, despite London’s role in a series of strict sanctions that were supposed to cripple the Russian energy industry.
Iran, Russia sign two gas industry MoUs
Iran’s Oil Ministry signed two MoUs with Russia’s Gazprom on Wednesday aimed at expanding cooperation in the gas industry and LNG production.
Iran to seal deal with Russia-led trade bloc soon
Russian President Vladimir Putin founded the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) in 2015 as an economic force e to challenge the might of the European Union and the US.
Moscow seeks UNSC’s nod to supply arms to Central African Republic
Russia has reportedly asked the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) for authorization to supply light arms and ammunition to the embattled armed forces of the Central African Republic (CAR).
Tillerson: Russian vote meddling was 'hybrid warfare'
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has reiterated the official government position on the alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, branding the move as an act of ‘hybrid warfare.’
Russia suspends own diplomatic presence in war-torn Yemen: Foreign Ministry
Russia says it has temporarily ended Moscow’s diplomatic presence in war-torn Yemen due to the current “situation in Sana’a,” as the Saudi-led military coalition has increased its airstrikes against the impoverished country during the past few weeks.
Putin, Erdogan warn US move risks escalating tensions (Video)
Russian President Vladimir Putin has concluded a whirlwind one-day regional tour with a stop in Turkey, where he joined his Turkish counterpart in criticizing a US decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Putin orders partial Russia troop withdrawal from Syria
President Vladimir Putin on Monday ordered the partial withdrawal of Russian troops from Syria, during a surprise visit to the war-torn country.
Russian president orders withdrawal of troops from Syria
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has ordered Russian forces to begin withdrawing from Syria during a surprise visit to the Arab country, RIA Novosti news agency reported.
Iranian Hajj official meets head of Russian Orthodox Church
Iranian Leader's Representative for Hajj and Pilgrimage Affairs Ali Qazi-Asgar met Russian Orthodox Church His Holiness Patriarch Kirill in Moscow on Monday.
US would likely lose war with Russia, China: RAND
The United States will likely lose a military confrontation with either Russia and China, US think tank RAND Corporation says, warning about the US military’s insufficient training and readiness.
Russia's foreign minister censures Washington's provocation in Korean Peninsula
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has censured the joint military exercises conducted by the United States and South Korea, saying the drills could provoke North Korea to carry out more missile tests.
Russian military: Mission accomplished, Daesh defeated in Syria
Russia’s military said on Thursday it had accomplished its mission of defeating Daesh in Syria, and there were no remaining settlements there under the terror group’s control.
Putin confirms he is running for President
President Vladimir V. Putin announced on Wednesday that he would seek a fourth term as president of Russia in a March election that he is expected to win handily.
Moscow accuses US intelligence of recruiting Russian journalists
Russia has accused US intelligence of trying to recruit Russian journalists working in the country, after Washington and Moscow, in retaliation, designated each other's media outlets as "foreign agents" and condemned the move as “aggression.”

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