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Putin accuses West of playing 'double game' with Syria terrorist groups
Putin accuses West of playing 'double game' with Syria terrorist groups

President Vladimir Putin accused the West of playing a "double game" with terrorist groups in Syria, where a US-led coalition is conducting a bombing campaign.

Putin accuses West of playing 'double game' with Syria terrorist groups
Russia seeks firm foothold in strategic Syria
Russia seeks firm foothold in strategic Syria

Russia has shocked the West by boosting its military presence in Syria as President Vladimir Putin seeks to not just defeat Islamic State radicals but also to gain a firm foothold in the strategic Middle Eastern country.

Russia seeks firm foothold in strategic Syria
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Russian police smash illegal $30 million cheesemaking ring

Russian police said they had detained an "international criminal gang" that produced contraband cheese worth some $30 million using banned Western ingredients.

Russian police smash illegal $30 million cheesemaking ring
Putin orders destruction of smuggled Western food
Putin orders destruction of smuggled Western food

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree ordering the destruction of Western food smuggled into the country in breach of an official embargo.

Putin orders destruction of smuggled Western food
Iran nuclear talks will reach compromise 'soon': Putin
Iran nuclear talks will reach compromise 'soon': Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin said he believed global powers and Iran will "soon" reach a compromise in talks on Tehran's nuclear programme.

Iran nuclear talks will reach compromise 'soon': Putin
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Nursultan Nazarbayev hails Eurasian integration

Nursultan Nazarbayev says Eurasian integration is the way of progress and success.

Nursultan Nazarbayev hails Eurasian integration
Putin extends Western food ban for one year
Putin extends Western food ban for one year

Russian President Vladimir Putin extended a ban against most Western food imports for a year, saying the longer-than-expected measure would ensure the country's security.

Putin extends Western food ban for one year
West hikes warnings over Ukraine truce as new flashpoint ignites
West hikes warnings over Ukraine truce as new flashpoint ignites

The West sounded more forceful warnings over Ukraine's battered truce as fighting raged around the port city of Mariupol.

West hikes warnings over Ukraine truce as new flashpoint ignites
West's defence of Charlie Hebdo worries moderate Asia Muslims
West's defence of Charlie Hebdo worries moderate Asia Muslims

The West's defence of Charlie Hebdo's right to offend is testing the patience of Muslims even in moderate Indonesia and Malaysia.

West's defence of Charlie Hebdo worries moderate Asia Muslims
Russian President Vladimir Putin . ©RIA Novosti
Sanctions-hit Russia in risky bet on Ukraine talks

It seems to have played out exactly as Western powers hoped: sanctions and falling oil prices have hit Russia hard.

Sanctions-hit Russia in risky bet on Ukraine talks
China city bans Christmas in schools, warns over 'Western' culture
China city bans Christmas in schools, warns over 'Western' culture

A Chinese city has banned schools from holding Christmas events, highlighting official suspicions about the increasingly popular festival because of its foreign origins.

China city bans Christmas in schools, warns over 'Western' culture
Challenging Russia, Ukraine moves to drop neutral status
Challenging Russia, Ukraine moves to drop neutral status

Ukraine's president openly challenged the Kremlin by submitting a bill allowing the former Soviet republic to join NATO and make the Western alliance its defender.

Challenging Russia, Ukraine moves to drop neutral status
Russia on the spot as fears mount over east Ukraine conflict
Russia on the spot as fears mount over east Ukraine conflict

Russia hit back against Western claims that it was sending fresh military hardware into eastern Ukraine which could fuel a return to all-out conflict.

Russia on the spot as fears mount over east Ukraine conflict
Russia backs Ukraine rebel vote despite West criticism
Russia backs Ukraine rebel vote despite West criticism

Russia endorsed a crushing victory for Ukraine's pro-Moscow rebel leadership after controversial polls that the EU slammed as a "new obstacle" for peace.

Russia backs Ukraine rebel vote despite West criticism
Iran denies claim nuclear deal is 'finalised'
Iran denies claim nuclear deal is 'finalised'

Iran's government was forced to deny it had already struck a nuclear deal with the West, after a lawmaker accused its negotiators of secretly selling the country short.

Iran denies claim nuclear deal is 'finalised'
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. ©REUTERS
Russia angers West by backing rebel polls as EU uphold sanctions

Russia announced it will recognise separatist polls in Ukraine next weekend, sparking an angry reaction from Washington and Kiev's newly elected pro-Western leaders.

Russia angers West by backing rebel polls as EU uphold sanctions
Russia's Rosneft takes EU to court over sanctions
Russia's Rosneft takes EU to court over sanctions

Russian oil giant Rosneft and a close associate of President Vladimir Putin are fighting the EU in court over sanctions imposed on some of Russia's biggest companies.

Russia's Rosneft takes EU to court over sanctions
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Kazakhstan to export oil to China and Iran should anti-Russian sanctions escalate

The Ministry of National Economy of Kazakhstan is looking for alternative routes in case the West applies additional sanctions against Russia.

Kazakhstan to export oil to China and Iran should anti-Russian sanctions escalate
West to learn if sanctions softened Russia on Ukraine
West to learn if sanctions softened Russia on Ukraine

Western allies should learn if their punishing sanctions on Russia have softened its stance on Ukraine enough to justify Europe's economic recovery.

West to learn if sanctions softened Russia on Ukraine
More than 330 killed in Ukraine since truce: UN
More than 330 killed in Ukraine since truce: UN

More than 330 people have been killed in Ukraine since a fragile truce began a month ago, with five million people affected by continuing violence.

More than 330 killed in Ukraine since truce: UN

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