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September 2019

Kremlin allocates a budget of 1.7 billion rubles ($27 million) for the creation of a Russian version of Wikipedia. 



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Reuters Editorial
February 13, 2020
A Russian court fined social media company Facebook 4 million roubles ($62,922) on Thursday for its failure to comply with a Russian data law, the RIA news agency reported.
Edmund DeMarche
February 11, 2020
Fox News
A top U.S. Space Force commander said two Russian satellites are tailing an advanced U.S. spy satellite above the Earth and at times came within 100 miles of the billion-dollar spacecraft.
February 10, 2020
, , , , • Henkel opens a new expanded Beauty Care production in the Moscow region with investments exceeding 20 million euros., , • The new plant has a capacity of more than 300 million units of finished products per year., , • It will become one of the largest cosmetics plants in Russia and Henkel's second largest Beauty Care manufacturing facility in the world., , , , , , The manufacturing facility in Noginsk is the only owned production site of the company's Beauty Care business in Russia. Since it...
Adam Satariano
February 9, 2020
Ben Nimmo helped pioneer disinformation investigations. His work is now more urgent as misleading internet tactics spread.
Marianna Parraga
February 7, 2020
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday denounced U.S. foreign policy in Venezuela, criticizing U.S. "provocations" and attempts to create what he called a pretext for military intervention.
February 5, 2020
Wray told the House Judiciary Committee that Russia, just as it did in 2016, is relying on a covert social media campaign aimed at dividing American public opinion and sowing discord
February 4, 2020
The Russian Orthodox Church has proposed a stop to the practice of having priests bless weapons of mass destruction, though sprinkling holy water on planes and ships is still deemed appropriate.
Loren Grush
January 31, 2020
The Verge
A Russian satellite named Kosmos 2542 has positioned itself uncomfortably close to an American spy satellite named USA 245 in orbit around Earth. It's led space trackers to speculate that the foreign vehicle is inspecting the US spacecraft.
By Stacy Liberatore For
January 29, 2020
Mail Online
Caviar released a modified iPhone 11 Pro inspired by Tesla's Cybertruck. The case is made of titanium, which claims to provide 'absolute protection' -unlike the Cybertruck's windows, the firm implies.
Rob Thubron
January 27, 2020
Back in November last year, Russia passed a law prohibiting the sale of devices, including smartphones and TVs, that don't come preconfigured with Russian software. Set to go into effect in July 2020, the law doesn't ban products with foreign...
Nataliya Vasilyeva
January 27, 2020
The Telegraph
Chechen authorities have used siblings to impersonate their dead brothers in order to cover up extrajudicial killings, a Russian newspaper revealed on Monday.
Reuters Editorial
January 27, 2020
Russian tour operators have stopped selling tours to China due to the coronavirus outbreak there and are only bringing Russian tourists back, Dmitry Gorin, vice president of the Association of Russian Tour Operators told Reuters on Monday.
Ajai Shukla
January 26, 2020
There was a strong Indian flavour to missile and air defence systems as well.
Nataliya Vasilyeva
January 23, 2020
The Telegraph
Russia's parliament on Thursday provisionally approved constitutional amendments to reshuffle the country's power structure to offer Vladimir Putin another role to stay in charge beyond 2024, as authorities said the package would be put to the public vote.
Nataliya Vasilyeva
January 20, 2020
The Telegraph
Russian police officers had been secretly filming an opposition activist inside her bedroom for months before she was detained and charged under a new law on "undesirable organisations" in a move that has been described as "outrageous.
January 20, 2020
Watching political unrest explode across South America this fall, officials at the State Department noticed an eerily similar pattern in anti-government protests that otherwise had little in common
January 15, 2020
The Hindu
The unexpected announcement, which came shortly after Mr. Putin proposed a nationwide vote on sweeping changes that would shift power from the presidency to parliament, means Russia will also get a new prime minister.
Frank Bajak
January 14, 2020
Global News
It was not clear from an eight-page report posted online by Area 1 what the hackers were looking for or may have obtained.
January 14, 2020
Sky News
Hackers tied to the same group which targeted the Democratic National Committee in 2016 to damage Hillary Clinton's campaign.
Dmitriy Turlyun
January 14, 2020
When Alexei Voronenkov's 70-year-old mother passed away, he paid to have her brain frozen and stored in the hope breakthroughs in science will one day be able to bring her back to life.