ANNO XVIII Marzo 2024.  Direttore Umberto Calabrese

Washington - Nel rapporto delle agenzie di intelligence Usa illustrato al presidente eletto Donald Trump si sostiene che Vladimir Putin ha cercato di aiutare l'elezione di Trump e di screditare la candidata democratica Hillary Clinton. Nel testo i vertici degli 007 Usa sostengono anche che la Russia tenterà nuovamente di influenzare le elezioni, stavolta di alleati Usa.

Published in Estera

A plane carrying 35 Russian diplomats and their families, who have been expelled by order of President Barack Obama, has arrived back in Moscow.

Published in World UK

It’s goodbye for now for 35 Russian diplomats and their families who on Thursday (December 29) were given 72 hours to leave the US.

Published in Politics UK

President Putin has said Moscow “will not expel anyone” in response to Washington’s expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats over alleged cyber hacking to interfere with the US election.

Published in Politics UK

Il governo siriano e i ribelli hanno concordato una tregua e l'avvio di colloqui di pace. Ad annunciarlo è stato il presidente russo Vladimir Putin.

Published in Attualità

Washington - Gli Stati Uniti hanno espulso 35 diplomatici russi e chiuso due edifici di proprietà del governo russo. Fra di loro non c‘è l’ambasciatore a Washington, Sergei Kislyak.

Published in Estera

Donald Trump has made no secret about his admiration for the Russian President, but will that lead to a concrete change in US-Russia relations?

Published in People UK

Russian president Vladimir Putin was among the first world leaders to congratulate Donald Trump on his victory.

Published in World UK

Vladimir Putin has accused Paris of knowingly luring Moscow into vetoing a UN Security Council resolution drafted by France. It called for an end to air strikes over Aleppo. Russia has refuted claims it has deliberately targeted civilians in the city.

Published in People UK

Putin’s, United Russia party’s landslide victory in this weekend’s parliamentary elections, where they were on track to increase their majority to 76 percent, gives Vladimir Putin a clear run at a fourth term as President if he chooses to run in 2018.

Published in Politics UK

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