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Kremlin considers OPEC+ agreement done deal

“Definitely. Last night 22 countries reached a compromise, and the question was only in Mexico’s position,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters, answering the question whether the Kremlin believes the deal would come through. In the early hours on Friday, Russian President Vladimir Putin, U.S.

Xinhua

Too critical for the Kremlin?

Following the dismissal of RBC chief editors, Russia’s critical media threatens to grow even smaller. The media group had a high profile, not least due to its research on the Panama Papers.

Deutsche Welle

Kremlin admits TV accidentally showed secret weapons plans

Two Russian television channels have unintentionally aired footage containing confidential information on military weapon systems, Russian officials said. The pictures allegedly showed plans for a nuclear torpedo. The televised images show a military officer looking at a confidential document during a meeting of President Putin with army top brass in Sochi. “It’s true some secret …

Deutsche Welle

Kremlin: Russia’s Egypt flight ban may last ‘several months’

A top Kremlin official has said that Russia’s ban on Egypt-bound flights will likely remain for ‘several months.’ The British FM said the UK took a similar decision after examining footage from Sharm el-Sheikh airport. Kremlin chief of staff Sergei Ivanov said on Tuesday that a flight ban to Egypt will likely remain in place …

Deutsche Welle

Putin’s Real Enemy

By Dr. C√©sar Chelala As fear increases in the west about Vladimir Putin‚Äôs imperial ambitions, the Russian president has to confront at home his most powerful enemy: vodka. Russians‚Äô love for vodka has a long history in the country. Legend holds that vodka arrived in¬†Moscow¬†in the 14th¬†century, brought by Genovese merchants to Prince Dmitry Ivanovich. …

Daily News Egypt

Ukraine mobilises army as west warns Russia

Russia‚Äôs parliament voted Saturday to allow President Vladimir Putin to send troops into its western neighbour ‚Äď a decision US President Barack Obama swiftly branded a ‚Äúviolation of Ukrainian sovereignty‚ÄĚ.

Daily News Egypt

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