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Polish prime minister chides Trump, says Russia’s threat not over yet
Poland, a member of NATO, has criticized US President Donald Trump over his overture to Russia, saying he should have understood that there was still a huge threat from Russia which needed more consolidation of NATO efforts in Eastern Europe.
Trump returns from summit with Putin to forceful criticism
Putin: Idea Russia has compromising material on Trump is ‘nonsense’
US President Donald Trump returned late Monday from his European tour to face ire in Washington, where US Intelligence officials and senior Republicans as well as usual Trump critics were denouncing the president as “Shameful,” “'disgraceful,” and “'weak,” after he refused to challenge Russian President Vladimir Putin over interference in American elections.
Russia neutralized 25 million cyber-attacks during World Cup: Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin says his country’s information infrastructure was the target of almost 25 million cyber-attacks during the 2018 FIFA World Cup, as France crowned the international football tournament.
Trump hails 'very good start' with Putin at first summit
Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin held a historic summit on Monday vowing their determination to forge a reset of troubled relations between the world's greatest nuclear powers.
US indicts 12 Russians for election hacking ahead of Trump-Putin summit
Twelve Russian intelligence officers have been charged with hacking Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign and the Democratic Party in a stunning indictment just days before President Donald Trump meets with Vladimir Putin.
Velayati: Russia ready to invest $50b in Iranian energy
Russia says studying possible oil-for-goods deal with Iran
Greece, Russia to expel diplomats amid Macedonia dispute
Greece and Russia, two countries that have enjoyed warm relations over the past years, have decided to expel diplomats over a dispute about Macedonia.
Greece, Russia to expel diplomats in Macedonia tussle
Greece and Russia were poised on Wednesday to expel two of each other’s diplomats in a rare dispute that Greek media said had been prompted by the issue of Macedonia, which expects this week to be formally invited to join the NATO alliance.
Trump calls Germany ‘captive’ of Russia
US President Donald Trump traded barbs with German Chancellor Angela Merkel at a two-day NATO summit in Brussels on Wednesday after he accused Berlin of being "captive" to Russia and demanded it immediately step up defense spending.
Moscow says NATO product of Cold War era
Russia has branded NATO as a remnant of the “Cold War” era ahead of a key summit of the leaders of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization this week.
Russia claims first VNL title
Maxim Mikhaylov's virtuoso display helped Russia seal the FIVB Men's Volleyball Nations League gold medal as the Russians surged past the host France in three sets (25-22, 25-20, 25-23) with one of the finest volleyball performances in recent years.
Qatar, Russia discuss S-400 sale despite Saudi threat
Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani says he has discussed purchasing Russia’s state-of-the-art S-400 missile defense system with President Vladimir Putin.
Takfiri militants agree to renounce violence as deal with Russia on south Syria looms
Foreign-sponsored Takfiri militants say they have agreed to surrender their munitions and renounced violence as they are close to reaching a deal with Russia, which includes a ceasefire and the handover of the southwestern Syrian province of Dara’a to government forces.

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