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Significant moments in Putin's 18 years of power
Significant dates in Vladimir Putin's 18 years in power as Russia's president, prime minister
Russian spy case draws comparisons to other targeted poisonings
As British authorities work to establish who was behind the poisoning of a former Russian double agent with a nerve agent last week, suspicion has quickly fallen on Russia. Britain’s government has said it is too early to assign blame for the attack in the small town of Salisbury that left Sergey
Russian radio station shows video of suspect just before journalist stabbed in the throat
A Russian radio station where a top liberal journalist was stabbed in the throat yesterday has released what it says is security camera footage showing the assailant breaking into the station’s offices minutes before the attack. On Monday, a man with a knife attacked Tatiana Felgengauer, deputy
Man stabs top Russian journalist at leading liberal radio station
A well-known journalist from a leading Russian liberal radio station is in intensive care after being stabbed in the throat allegedly by a man who broke into the station's offices in Moscow, the latest in a number of attacks against media and opposition figures in the country. Tatiana Felgengauer
Newly released video appears to show assassination of Putin critic
This is just the latest opponent of the Russian president who has died under violent or suspicious circumstances in the past few years.
Anti-Putin activist has antiseptic thrown in his face while campaigning
Russia’s most prominent opposition activist, Aleksei Navalny, has been doused in green antiseptic cleaner while campaigning ahead of an intended presidential run next year. Navalny, who made his name uncovering the alleged ill-gotten gains of top Kremlin officials, was opening a local campaign
Poisoned Putin Critic Out of Coma, Wife Says
The Putin critic, Vladimir Kara-Murza, who has been in a coma for a week after apparently being poisoned, has regained consciousness and is now awake, his wife has told ABC News. Vladimir Kara-Murza has been in a hospital in critical condition since last Thursday when he abruptly fell ill,
Top Putin Critic Found Guilty of Embezzlement, Barring Him From 2018 Presidential Run
A Russian court has given the country’s most prominent opposition leader a five-year suspended prison sentence for embezzlement in what critics say is a political trial intended to prevent him from running against President Vladimir Putin in elections next year. Aleksei Navalny, 40, who made his
Poisoned Russian Activist's Wife: Putin 'Cannot Be Dealt With on Friendly Terms'
As her husband lay in critical condition in a Moscow hospital, Evgenia Kara-Murza said President Donald Trump should know Russian President Vladimir Putin is a dangerous man.
Putin Not a Friend, Poisoned Russian Activist's Wife Tells Trump
The wife of a poisoned Russian opposition activist says President Donald Trump must not consider Vladimir Putin a friend. In an exclusive interview with ABC News after visiting her comatose husband in a Moscow hospital, Evgenia Kara-Murza said, “He must know that such people as Vladimir Putin are