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  1. Putin critic leaves Russia for treatment after alleged poisoning

    Cw39.com - Houston 02.19 / 18:02 cw39.com
    MOSCOW — A critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who was hospitalized this month after suspected poisoning, has left the country to seek further treatment, the man’s lawyer said Sunday. “This morning, Vladimir Kara-Murza flew abroad with his wife Evgenia Kara-Murza, accompanied by physician to undergo a rehabilitation course after repeated severe poisoning (a few days earlier he had been in a critical state of coma),” reads a Facebook statement posted by…
  2. Mocking Vladimir Putin

    Greanvillepost.com - U.S. 02.19 / 17:41 greanvillepost.com
    Dispatches from STEPHEN LENDMAN On December 31, 1999, he became acting president after Boris Yeltsin resigned, his deplorable tenure finally over, wrecking the country, transforming it into a shock therapy laboratory, creating dystopian harshness forContinue…
  3. Putin Critic Leaves Russia for Treatment after 'Poisoning'

    Naharnet.com - World 02.19 / 17:07 naharnet.com
    A Russian opposition politician who fell into a coma due to poisoning this month has left the country for treatment abroad after his condition improved, his lawyer said…
  4. Anti-Putin politician leaves Russia following mysterious illness

    Dw.com - Business 02.19 / 16:01 dw.com
    Vladimir Kara-Murza had suffered kidney failure and was briefly in a coma due to poisoning by an unknown substance. He is known for his human rights advocacy and work with other Putin critics, including Boris…
  5. Putin critic leaves Russia for treatment after alleged poisoning

    Gantdaily.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 02.19 / 16:01 gantdaily.com
    A critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who was hospitalized this month after suspected poisoning, has left the country to seek further treatment, the man’s lawyer said Sunday. “This morning, Vladimir Kara-Murza flew abroad with his wife Evgenia Kara-Murza, accompanied by physician to undergo a rehabilitation course after repeated severe poisoning (a few days earlier…
  6. Putin Critic Who Suffered Full Organ Failure After Suspected Poisoning Leaves Russia for Further Treatment

    Ktla.com - Los Angeles 02.19 / 15:54 ktla.com
    A critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who was hospitalized this month after suspected poisoning, has left the country to seek further treatment, the man’s lawyer said Sunday. “This morning, Vladimir Kara-Murza flew abroad with his wife Evgenia Kara-Murza, accompanied by physician to undergo a rehabilitation course after repeated severe poisoning (a few days earlier he had been in a critical state of coma),” reads a Facebook statement posted by Kara-Murza’s…
  7. Putin critic leaves Russia for treatment after ‘poisoning’

    Capitalfm.co.ke - World 02.19 / 11:41 capitalfm.co.ke
    Moscow, Russian Federation, Feb 19 – A Russian opposition politician who fell into a coma due to poisoning this month has left the country for treatment abroad after his condition improved, his lawyer said Sunday. “This morning Vladimir Kara-Murza flew out of the country… to go through rehabilitation treatment after his second acute poisoning,” lawyer…
  8. Human Rights Foundation chief Garry Kasparov fears Trump and Putin will 'end guaranteed peace'

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 02.19 / 11:07 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Garry Kasparov aired his thoughts on the Andrew Marr…
  9. Where the booze can kill, and Putin is a ‘good czar’

    PittsburghPost-World 02.19 / 05:56 post-gazette.com
    IRKUTSK, Russia — The overworked cleaning woman realized that her grown son was not just sleeping off his habitual hangover in the Siberian city of Irkutsk when she discovered that he had quietly gone b…
  10. King Hamad to hold talks with Putin…

    En.arabstoday.net - Politics 02.19 / 01:09 en.arabstoday.net
    Bahraini King Hamad Bin Eisa Al Khalifa flies today to Russia to meet his Russian President Vladimir Putin. The two leaders are set to discuss the latest regional and international developments and discuss ways to reinforce cooperation in various areas, the Bahrain News Agency reported. It is King Hamad’s fourth visit to Russia. His first visit in December 2008 was heralded as “a defining moment for bilateral relations”. He subsequently visited Russia in 2014 and his last visit was earlier …
  11. Vladimir Putin orders Russia to recognise documents issued in rebel-held east Ukraine

    Indianexpress.com - World 02.18 / 23:01 indianexpress.com
    Russian President Vladimir Putin (File Photo)  President Vladimir Putin ordered Russian authorities on Saturday to temporarily recognise civil registration documents issued in separatist-held areas of eastern Ukraine, a decision strongly criticised by Ukraine’s president. The decision will enable people from the conflict-hit region to travel, work or study in Russia. According to Putin’s order, …
  12. Vladimir Putin signs order for Russia to recognize documents issued by separatist rebels in Ukraine

    Nationalpost.com - Top Stories 02.18 / 21:14 www.nationalpost.com
    The order effectively means that Russia is recognizing the rebel authorities and is abandoning a two-year-old stalemated plan to end the war between the government and the…
  13. Putin orders Russia to recognise documents issued in rebel-held east Ukraine

    Ewn.co.za - World 02.18 / 19:42 ewn.co.za
    The decision will enable people from the conflict-hit region to travel, work or study in…
  14. Vladimir Putin personally renews Bolshoi chief

    Slippedisc.com - Music 02.18 / 19:18 slippedisc.com
    In a conversation reminiscent of the darker years of Stalin’s rule, the Russian president has ordered a contract renewal for the Bolshoi boss, Vladimir Urin. Here’s the text of the conversation, carried on Putin’s official website:   President of Russia Vladimir Putin: Mr Urin, how long have you been General Director of the Bolshoi Theatre, three and a half years? […
  15. 'Before, Putin Was Unpredictable; Now It's Trump'

    Moscow grapples with a strange week in…
  16. 'The intervention was a surefire winner': Trump's presidency has created the 'unbelievable turmoil' Putin wanted all alo

    The slow drip of revelations about communication between Russia and associates of President Donald Trump has created the kind of "unbelievable turmoil" in Washington that Russian President Vladimir Putin has been known to revel…
  17. 'The intervention was a surefire winner': Trump's presidency has created the 'unbelievable turmoil' Putin wanted all alo

    The slow drip of revelations about communication between Russia and associates of President Donald Trump has created the kind of "unbelievable turmoil" in Washington that Russian President Vladimir Putin has been known to revel…
  18. Putin Allows Recognition of Passports from Donetsk, Luhansk 'Republics'

    Novinite.com - World 02.18 / 15:21 novinite.com
    Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree which guarantees recognition of passports of nationals of so-called 'Donetsk People's Republic' and 'Luhansk People's Republic', TASS news agency reports. According to the Kremlin's website, both Ukrainian nationals and stateless persons in certain areas of Donetsk and Luhansk will be recognized in the country "on a temporary basis, in the period until the political regulation of the situation in separate areas of Donetsk and Luhansk…
  19. Donald Trump's 'bromance' with Vladimir Putin 'benefits EVERYONE', consultant says

    Express-World 02.18 / 14:48 express.co.uk
    DONALD Trump's consultant has hit out at the talk of a “bromance” between the US leader and Vladimir Put…
  20. Russia-Belarus rift grows as Putin loses patience

    Federalnewsradio.com - Business 02.18 / 12:26 federalnewsradio.com
    In more than two decades in power, the autocratic leader of Belarus has cast his nation as Moscow's closest ally, securing tens of billions of dollars in Russian subsidies _ but Russia is losing patience The post Russia-Belarus rift grows as Putin loses patience appeared first on…