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A vast undersea pipeline to bring gas from Russia to Germany from next year is taking shape, amid concerns from some of Berlin's allies that it will give Moscow too much leverage over Europe's energy supply
Moscow is protesting the arrest of a Russian journalist in Ukraine, and the Council of Europe and other human rights groups have expressed concern
ABC News' Terry Moran tours Moscow's Red Square in the wake of Putin's landslide victory.
As Britain weighs possible retaliatory actions against Russia over the poisoning of a former spy in England last week, a top Kremlin opponent has called for the U.K. to impose targeted sanctions against oligarchs close to Vladimir Putin with assets in London. Britain is considering its options
In Russia, where President Putin is power personified, "Nightline" met with opposition activists who participated in a national day of protest.
In Russia, President Vladimir Putin is power personified – power that he has projected all over the world. But beyond the role Russia continues to have in the U.S. 2016 election aftermath, the Olympics doping controversy and the Ukraine invasion, “Nightline” took a look at the view from inside
President Trump signed a bill Wednesday aimed at punishing Russia for its interference in the 2016 presidential election despite slamming it as "significantly flawed." In a signing statement released by the White House, Trump said the legislation "included a number of clearly unconstitutional
Dozens of officers injured as marchers protest globalization and capitalism.