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Russia calls US sanctions on Venezuela a 'tool of genocide' amid epidemic
Russia said on Friday US “narcoterrorism” charges against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro were absurd, adding that sanctions on Caracas could become “a tool of genocide” amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Russia will close land borders with Poland, Norway over coronavirus pandemic: Premier
Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin says Russia will close its land borders with Poland and Norway in a bid to curb the spread of the new coronavirus global pandemic.
Turkey dispatches new reinforcements to Syria’s Idlib prior to joint patrols with : SOHR
The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) says Turkey has dispatched a new military convoy to Syria’s embattled northwestern province of Idlib, a day ahead of the first joint patrol by Turkish and Russian troops on the strategic M4 highway and establishment of joint coordination centers in the region.
Russia faces bigger budget deficit over oil prices
Russia’s budget deficit could reach 0.9% of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2020 at current oil prices, Finance Minister, Anton Siluanov told the upper house of parliament on Saturday.
Turkey says agreed with Russia on details of Idlib cease-fire
Turkish and Russian officials have agreed on the details of a cease-fire in northwest Syria’s Idlib region and joint patrols along the key M4 highway will begin on Sunday, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said on Friday.
Saudi Arabia floods Europe with $25 oil as fight with Russia escalates
Saudi Arabia is flooding Europe with oil at prices as low as $25 per barrel, specifically targeting big refiners of Russian oil in an escalation of its fight with Moscow for market share, five trading sources said on Friday.
Russia’s upper house overwhelmingly approves Putin-proposed reforms
Russia’s upper house of parliament has overwhelmingly approved constitutional reforms that would allow President Vladimir Putin to run for two more six-year terms.
Russia passes bill allowing Putin to stay in power past 2024
The Russian parliament approved a sweeping constitutional reform in the third and final reading Wednesday, a move that will allow President Vladimir Putin to stay in power for another 12 years after his current term ends in 2024.
UAE joins Saudi in opening oil taps as row with Russia hits crude prices
The United Arab Emirates joined Saudi Arabia on Wednesday in promising to raise oil output to a record high in April, as the two Persian Gulf Arab oil producers in OPEC took a united stand in a standoff with Russia that has hammered global crude prices.
Turkey proposes running Syria oilfields jointly with Russia
Turkey’s president says he has proposed to his Russian counterpart that the two countries jointly operate the eastern Syrian oilfields, adding he could make the same offer to the United States, which is already implicated in stealing the Syrian crude.
Putin lays out path to staying in power
Russian President Vladimir Putin laid out a path Tuesday to staying in power after 2024, as lawmakers approved sweeping reforms to the constitution.
Saudi Arabia, Russia raise stakes in oil price war
Saudi Arabia said on Tuesday it would increase its crude oil supply to a record high, raising the stakes in its price war with Russia and effectively rejecting Moscow's overtures for new talks.
Oil prices plunge by a third as pump war looms
Oil prices lost as much as a third of their value on Monday in their biggest daily rout since the 1991 US-led war against Iraq as Saudi Arabia and Russia signaled they would hike output in a market already awash with crude after their three-year supply pact collapsed.
OPEC oil cuts deal falls apart as Russia resists, crude prices plunge
OPEC's plans for deep and prolonged oil cuts were derailed on Friday as non-OPEC Russia refused to support the move arguing that it was too early to predict the impact of a coronavirus outbreak on global energy demand, sources told Reuters.

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