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Sergei Lavrov, Russia’s foreign minister, has met with Turkey’s Mevlut Cavusoglu to discuss ties after Turkey downed a Russian jet at the Syrian border last year.
Both countries’ presidents have decided to meet in person after Turkey downed a Russian warplane near its border with Syria. The Russian president announced the removal of travel restrictions to Turkey.
Erdoğan wrote a letter to his Russian counterpart expressing sorrow over the incident, but said Turkey will not compensate for the incident
The Turkish president has expressed regret for the downing of a Russian warplane in 2015. But Putin’s spokesman warned it would take “more than one step” to mend ties between the countries.
An increasing number of US personnel in Moscow have reported incidents of intimidating, sometimes violent behavior by Russian agents. John Kerry took the matter to President Putin personally.
The leader of the Libyan National Army visited Cairo for consultation, says Tobruk parliament member
Russian and Syrian government planes have targeted rebel-held areas of Aleppo in a bid for the rebel’s last supply line. Meanwhile, hundreds have fled “Islamic State”-held areas of northern Syria amidst mass abductions.
Commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, Vladimir Korolyov, said his country’s navy will conduct over 40 tactical military drills around the world by the end of 2016, state-run Russian news agency Sputnik reported.
While the world has its eyes on a Brexit, the Russian Duma is voting on a set of anti-terror laws that will drastically limit civic freedoms. Above all, social media activities will be harshly penalized in the future.
The International Olympic Committee is standing by a doping ban against Russia from the IAAF athletics body. However, the IOC president made it clear that some Russians might compete in Rio’s track and field events.
There are two games going on at Euro 2016 in France now – the sanctioned games on the field and those off the field run by gangs of hooligans who, as Fiona Clark reports, play by their own set of rules.
Egypt’s Minister of Industry and Foreign Trade Tarek Kabil recently met with President of the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry Vladimir Katenev to discuss mutual cooperation
Russia is pleading to have its athletics suspension overturned so it can compete at the Olympic Games in Brazil.
The EURO 2016 celebrated three football matches on 15 June
NATO General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg has warned that Russia is trying to “build a sphere of influence through military means.” His comments come a day after the alliance deployed four battalions in eastern Europe.
Russia has called for a renewed end to fighting in the war-torn Syrian city of Aleppo. The announcement came the same day a human rights group criticized the UN for favoring the Syrian government.
Russia have been heavily punished by UEFA for the behavior of their fans at Euro 2016. It is the right decision, but also one that is only made in the worst case scenarios, writes DW’s Jens Krepela.
Russia’s national football team has been given a suspended disqualification from Euro 2016 by UEFA due to fan violence. The team was also handed a 150,000 euro fine.
A French prosecutor has confirmed that 20 people have been arrested following violence in Marseille. Russia and England have been threatened with suspension, if the violence continues
Football played second-fiddle for most of the day following violent clashes outside of the Veledrome. But despite their superiority on the park, England couldn’t see out the win with Russia equalizing late on.
Russia’s response to the recent doping allegations shows that the country is living in a parallel universe. This increasingly resembles the old Soviet Union and forces Russians into isolation, writes Juri Rescheto.
Tourism revenue declined from $7.3bn in 2014 to $6.1bn in 2015 after the inflow of Russian, European tourists came to a halt
The Egyptian side is taking the Russian recommendations seriously, says Neradko
Not long ago, Poland was the largest apple exporter in Europe. But since the 2014 retaliatory embargo imposed on some Polish foodstuffs by Russia, exports have plummeted, as Jo Harper reports from Warsaw.
Opinion writers, more so than their hard news brethren, have a running conversation with the reader. Ideally, that monologue is, paradoxically, a dialogue in the writer’s mind, with the goal being to clarify a muddy picture for the reader. Objectivity, is not a goal per se for anyone. So you look, you feel, you analyse, …
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.
Report details the changing market trends in the hospitality market in Cairo, Alexandria, Hurghada, and Sharm El-Sheikh, which comprise the four biggest centres of tourism and development
The station includes four 1200 MW capacity power units to be implemented over 7 years
Minister of electricity’s visit to Moscow solved sticking points in the agreement, and the British consulting office will review the contract’s items, says official