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On Russia-backed TV network, Donald Trump doubts Russian influence
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump told a Russia-funded television network that "it's probably unlikely" that Russia is trying to influence the U.S. election.
1 points by The Denver Post | Vladimir Putin Russia George W. Bush Alexander Litvinenko United States Boris Yeltsin Prime Minister of Russia Beslan school hostage crisis
On Russia-backed TV network, Trump doubts Russian influence
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump told a Russia-funded television network that "it's probably unlikely" that Russia is trying to influence the U.S. election ...
2 points by Las Vegas Sun | Vladimir Putin Russia George W. Bush Alexander Litvinenko Boris Yeltsin United States Prime Minister of Russia Beslan school hostage crisis
Russia's banking system has SWIFT alternative ready
If the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) is shut down in Russia, the country’s banking system will not crash, according to Central Bank Governor Elvira Nabiullina. Russia has a substitute. Read Full Article at RT.com
-1 points by Russia Today | Vladimir Putin Russia Bank Boris Yeltsin Russia–Ukraine gas disputes 2016 Beslan school hostage crisis MasterCard
Putin: NATO keeps trying to draw Russia into confrontation, meddle in internal affairs
NATO is constantly trying to draw Russia into a confrontation, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said. He added that members of the alliance continue to interfere in Russia’s domestic affairs. Read Full Article at RT.com
3288 points by Russia Today | Alexander Litvinenko NATO Russia Foreign Intelligence Service Beslan school hostage crisis Central Intelligence Agency Counter-intelligence Vladimir Putin
U.S. revises Russia sanctions for electronics exports
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration on Thursday revised recent U.S. sanctions that had unintentionally prevented American companies from exporting certain consumer electronic products to Russia. The change allows firms to deal with Russia’s security service, which licenses such exports under Russian law.
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US eases some restrictions on dealing with Russian Intel, but says 'no shift of policy'
The US is partially easing restrictions on the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) imposed under the previous US administration over Moscow’s alleged meddling in American elections, but notes it does not represent a shift in its policy. Read Full Article at RT.com
158 points by Russia Today | Vladimir Putin Russia Moscow Moscow Kremlin Saint Petersburg Boris Yeltsin Beslan school hostage crisis Washington D.C.