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Syrian president, Russian deputy PM discuss postwar economic revival
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov discussed a constitutional committee meant to draft the Arab country’s new Constitution as well as Moscow’s efforts to revive the war-ravaged nation’s economy.
Syrian president, Russian deputy PM discuss post-war economic revival
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov have discussed a constitutional committee mean to draft the Arab country’s new constitution as well as Moscow’s efforts to revive the war-ravaged nation’s economy.
Russian deputy foreign minister says Moscow recognizes new Sudan authorities
Russia's deputy foreign minister has said Moscow recognizes the new Sudanese authorities in Khartoum amid political uncertainty in a country whose president, Omar al-Bashir, was toppled by the military after 30 years in power.
Turkey says purchasing Russian S-400 should not trigger US sanctions
Turkey says the purchase of advanced S-400 air defense missile systems from Russia should not unleash US sanctions since Ankara is not an adversary of Washington and remains committed to NATO.
Russian foreign minister slams Israel’s 'inadmissible' shelling of Syria
Russia’s foreign minister has slammed as “inadmissible” Israel’s airstrikes on Syria, underlining the need for respecting the sovereignty of the Arab country.
Turkey will purchase Russian S-400 missile systems, President Erdogan says
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Turkey continues to make payments under a deal with Russia to purchase advanced S-400 air defense missile systems, which Washington has warned could put Ankara at risk of US sanctions.
More Russian troops may arrive in Venezuela: Deputy foreign minister
Venezuela's Deputy Foreign Minister Ivan Gil says he does not rule out the possibility of more Russian military personnel arriving in his country based on agreements already reached between Caracas and Moscow.
US, Russian bomber jets conduct simultaneous missions off Norway amid INF tensions
The United States and Russia have flown nuclear bombers over the Norwegian Sea, amid rising tensions following the recent withdrawal of the two Cold War-era arch foes from a landmark nuclear arms treaty and the build-up of NATO military forces on the US-led alliance’s eastern flank near Russia.
Bolton: US to defend interests in Venezuela amid Russian, Chinese 'provocative actions'
US National Security Advisor John Bolton has warned Russia, China and other allies of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro against any deployment of troops and military equipment in the Latin American country, saying Washington will defend its interests against such "provocative" actions.
No alternative for Iran's role in region: Russian expert
There is no alternative for Iran's influential role in providing security in the region, a top Russian expert said.
Russian jets chase away US nuclear bomber over Baltic
Russia says it has sent two fighter jets to chase away a US Air Force B-52 long-range bomber flying near Russian territorial waters in the Baltic Sea.
Turkey merely seeks its own interests in purchasing Russian S-400 systems: VP
Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay says his country's decision to buy Russian-built S-400 air defense missile systems is only based on its own interests, stressing Ankara will not stop the purchase in the face of strong opposition from Washington and warnings that it should not buy the anti-aircraft platform.
Turkey says purchase of Russian S-400 missile system ‘a done deal’
Turkey says the purchase of the advanced Russian-built S-400 air defense missile system is a “done deal,” despite strong opposition from the United States, a NATO ally, and its efforts to persuade Ankara to buy the US Patriot missile systems instead.
Militants hamper exit of refugees from Rukban camp in southern Syria: Russian official
Foreign-sponsored Takfiri militant groups are preventing the safe exit of thousands of displaced Syrians stranded in a camp near the Jordanian border toward government-controlled areas, and continue to terrorize them, the chief of the Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria says.
Japan scrambles jets as Russian bombers fly by
Russian nuclear-capable bombers have carried out a routine flight over international waters in the Sea of Japan, with Tokyo nevertheless responding to that passage.

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