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Putin to meet with South Korea’s Moon as World Cup diplomacy continues

Russian President Vladimir Putin is set to meet South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Friday to discuss the recent denuclearization efforts in the Korean Peninsula amid the Kremlin’s diplomatic offensive during soccer’s World Cup.

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Modi-Putin informal summit: Modi leaves for Russia

India Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Russia on Monday for an informal summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the city of Sochi.

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Putin Opens Bridge Linking Southern Russia With Crimea

Russian President Vladimir Putin drove a large construction truck Tuesday to road test the much-anticipated bridge linking southern Russia and the Crimean peninsula that Russia annexed from Ukraine in 2014.

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Putin set to be inaugurated for fourth term as president of Russia

Vladimir Putin is due to be sworn in for a fourth term as president of Russia on Monday after winning the election in March.

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Trump weighs in on reports of Kremlin ties to Russian lawyer at Trump Tower meeting

President Donald Trump suggested Saturday night that Russian President Vladimir Putin might have directed a Russian lawyer who met with Trump campaign associates in 2016 to disclose ties to Moscow recently in order to sow chaos for him in retaliation for aggressive actions he has taken against Russia.

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Putin Said to Seek Trump Deal Even After Sanctions, Syria Attack

After U.S. sanctions crippled an entire Russian industry and air strikes in Syria threatened the first direct clash between nuclear superpowers since the Cold War, Vladimir Putin is seeking to dial down the tension.

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Putin called Netanyahu to warn against further airstrikes in Syria

Russian President Vladimir Putin called his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday and warned the country against airstrikes in Syria.

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Trump thinks he could have a good relationship with Putin

U.S. President Donald Trump, standing alongside the leaders of three Baltic countries most concerned about the potential for aggression from Moscow, on Tuesday said he thought he could have a good relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Reuters reported.

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Putin poised to sweep to victory in Russian election

Russia’s president Vladimir Putin was poised to be re-elected Sunday night, the widely anticipated outcome, extending his rule into a third decade and raising questions about what another six years under his helm will bring.

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Putin personally ordered attack on spy, says UK

The British government has for the first time directly accused Vladimir Putin of personally ordering the poisoning of a former spy in Salisbury, even as the Kremlin considered what retaliatory measures it would take to the ejecting of 23 Russian diplomats from the UK.

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New Zealand’s Trade Talks With Russia on Hold After U.K. Attack

New Zealand’s attempts to restart free-trade talks with Russia are on hold after the U.K. accused Vladimir Putin of ordering a nerve-agent attack in the British city of Salisbury.

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New Russian weaponry does not change U.S. strategy, defense chief says

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent boasts of a new generation of high-tech weaponry have not changed America’s strategic calculus, U.S. Defence Secretary Jim Mattis said Sunday.

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New Russian weaponry does not change U.S. strategy, defense chief says

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent boasts of a new generation of high-tech weaponry have not changed America’s strategic calculus, U.S. Defence Secretary Jim Mattis said Sunday.

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Allegations on use of chemical weapons by Damascus are fake news – Putin

Allegations on the use of chemical weapons in Syria by the authorities from Damascus are fake news, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with the NBC television network, reports TASS news agency.

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Allegations on use of chemical weapons by Damascus are fake news – Putin

Allegations on the use of chemical weapons in Syria by the authorities from Damascus are fake news, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with the NBC television network, reports TASS news agency.

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