• Company Trump wanted to give Putin penthouse

    Company Trump wanted to give Putin penthouse

    washington November 30, 2018 06:48 Hot Recent News

    The Trump Organization, the holding company in which US President Donald Trump is holding business, proposed in 2016 to give Russian President Vladimir Putin a penthouse worth fifty million dollars in the Trump Tower that the company wanted to build in Moscow. In this way Russian wanted to insure permission and also push the price.

  • Escalation crisis Sea of ​​Azov

    Escalation crisis Sea of ​​Azov

    kiev/moscow November 27, 2018 17:32 Hot Recent News

    The conflict between Russia and Ukraine has escalated further as Russia has announced that it will prosecute the imprisoned Ukrainian seamen. Within the European Union, more and more voices are rising to tighten the sanctions already against the Russians since the Crimea's capture by Moscow. Meanwhile, it remains deafening from the White House where President Trump barely talks about the matter.

  • 'Black Sea Conflict is planned provocation'

    'Black Sea Conflict is planned provocation'

    moscow November 26, 2018 13:16 Hot Recent News

    'A planned provocation of Ukraine, in cooperation with the United States and the European Union.' This is how Russia describes the blown-up conflict between the two countries, whereby Russia prevents the passage of Ukrainian ships to the Sea of ​​Azov.

  • International consultation on quarrel Moscow- Kiev

    International consultation on quarrel Moscow- Kiev

    berlin November 26, 2018 12:16 Hot Recent News

    Government officials from Germany, Russia, France and Ukraine come together in Berlin on Monday to find a solution to the conflict over the Ukrainian ships that the Russians have seized. A German government spokesman has reported this. Shortly before, Minister of Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas had called on Russia and Ukraine to stop the quarrel.

  • Ukrainian ships towed to Kerch port

    Ukrainian ships towed to Kerch port

    kiev November 26, 2018 10:00 Hot Recent News

    The three ships of the Ukrainian navy seized by the Russian army were towed to the port of Kerch in Crimea. Witnesses told the Reuters news agency that the ships are not badly damaged on the eye and that people in navy uniforms stopped at the vessels.

  • Russian bombers fly over Belgian ship
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    Russian bombers fly over Belgian ship

    brussels November 25, 2018 19:16 Hot Recent News

    The crew of the Belgian naval ship de Godetia was shocked by two Russian SU-24 bombers that flew low on Thursday morning in the Baltic Sea. The Godetia is currently the command ship of the NATO fleet of mine fighters in the north. The bombers wore rockets under their wings

  • Putin under pressure

    Putin under pressure

    moscow November 23, 2018 05:00 Hot Recent News

    For the first time in the eighteen years that he actually holds sway in the Kremlin, the vast majority of Russians blame the current problems in the country with Vladimir Putin.

  • Tweespalt by film Crimean bridge

    Tweespalt by film Crimean bridge

    moscow November 15, 2018 18:32 Hot Recent News

    A recent cinema film, which takes place around the bridge that connects Crimea with the Russian mainland since May, has caused a major disagreement. Not only within the Russian elite, but also in Moscow's relationship with the former Soviet Republic of Kazakhstan.

  • Navalni is allowed to travel from Russia

    Navalni is allowed to travel from Russia

    moscow November 14, 2018 09:48 Hot Recent News

    Kremlin critic Aleksei Navalni is allowed to travel to Russia. He stated that on the internet on Wednesday. The dissident was stopped at Moscow airport on Tuesday when he wanted to get on the plane. He was on his way to Strasbourg to attend the ruling of the European Court of Human Rights in his case.

  • Moscow names square to Kim Philby

    Moscow names square to Kim Philby

    moscow November 8, 2018 18:16 Hot Recent News

    Moscow has a square named after former British double-spy Kim Philby. The latter passed to the Soviet Union in 1963 and died in 1988. The mayor of Moscow, Sergei Sobjanin, has, according to the media, by decree ordered the name change of a crossroads in the southwest of the Russian capital, where the headquarters is also from the foreign intelligence service.

  • Moscow annoys Kabul with its own peace talks

    Moscow annoys Kabul with its own peace talks

    kabul November 2, 2018 17:32 Hot Recent News

    Russia has discreetly invited important Afghan politicians to talk to the Taliban in Moscow about peace. Moscow thus passes the Afghan government, which is not pleased with the plan, reports the Reuters news agency on the basis of discussions with those involved.

  • Russia picks up six terrorists IS

    Russia picks up six terrorists IS

    moscow October 26, 2018 17:48 Hot Recent News

    Agents of the Russian security service FSB have arrested six terrorists in the Moscow region who wanted to carry out attacks in the capital. According to the state media, they were controlled by leaders of Islamic State in Syria.

  • US invite Putin to visit

    US invite Putin to visit

    tbilisi October 26, 2018 14:16 Hot Recent News

    The US has invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit Washington. National safety advisor John Bolton announced this Friday in Georgian Tbilisi. Bolton was in Moscow the last few days.

  • School Crimea opens again after massacre

    School Crimea opens again after massacre

    moscow October 23, 2018 12:32 Hot Recent News

    The school in Crimea where twenty people were killed last week, has opened the doors again. The students have received psychological help, reports the Russian news agency TASS. The lessons are being resumed in another school building, say the regional authorities.

  • Cold War is back again

    Cold War is back again

    moscow October 23, 2018 05:48 Hot Recent News

    Russia is forced to hit back hard if US President Donald Trump holds on to his plan to step out of the missile agreement INF (Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces).

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