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Russia moves closer to raising retirement age after parliament vote

27 Sep 2018

MOSCOW Russian lawmakers moved closer to approving divisive measures to raise the retirement age on Wednesday - plans that have already brought thousands out on to the street in protests and hit President Vladimir Putin's approval rating.

Russia steps up security as Confederations Cup looms

07 Jun 2017

MOSCOW Russia has boosted security and scrambled to finish an $800-million stadium as it banks on the eight-nation Confederations Cup to gauge its readiness to host the World Cup next year.

Russia steps up security as Confederations Cup looms

07 Jun 2017

MOSCOW Russia has boosted security and scrambled to finish an $800-million stadium as it banks on the eight-nation Confederations Cup to gauge its readiness to host the World Cup next year.

Three killed as ethnic rivalries fuel brawl at Moscow cemetery

15 May 2016

MOSCOW Three people were killed and two dozen were wounded on Saturday in a mass brawl at Moscow's largest cemetery that witnesses said was sparked by rivalry between ethnic groups battling for control of the burial service business. | Video

Amnestied Pussy Riot pair criticise Putin after release

24 Dec 2013

KRASNOYARSK/NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia Two members of Russian punk protest band Pussy Riot freed from prison on Monday derided President Vladimir Putin's amnesty that led to their early release as a propaganda stunt and promised to fight for human rights. | Video

Amnestied Russian punk band pair criticize Putin after release

24 Dec 2013

KRASNOYARSK/NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia Two members of Russian punk protest band Pussy Riot freed from prison on Monday derided President Vladimir Putin's amnesty that led to their early release as a propaganda stunt and promised to fight for human rights. | Video

Amnestied Pussy Riot pair criticise Putin after release

23 Dec 2013

KRASNOYARSK/NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia Two members of Russian punk protest band Pussy Riot freed from prison on Monday derided President Vladimir Putin's amnesty that led to their early release as a propaganda stunt and promised to fight for human rights.

Amnestied Pussy Riot pair criticise Putin after release

23 Dec 2013

KRASNOYARSK/NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia Two members of Russian punk protest band Pussy Riot freed from prison on Monday derided President Vladimir Putin's amnesty that led to their early release as a propaganda stunt and promised to fight for human rights. | Video

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