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Vladimir Putin vowed not to kill Zelenskyy, former Israeli PM claims

Yahoo Daily News 07 Feb 2023
Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed not to kill Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelenksyy during early negotiations of the invasion, former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said Sunday. Bennett briefly served as a mediator between Putin and Zelenskyy in the opening weeks of Russia's invasion.
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Russia Sending Aid to Turkey, Syria After Devastating Earthquake

Moscow Times 07 Feb 2023
Russian President Vladimir Putin held telephone calls with Syria's Bashar al-Assad and Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan and promised to send rescuers to both countries after the devastating earthquake ... Putin had earlier ... Putin , Turkey , Syria.
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Russian church leader ‘was Cold War KGB spy’

Irish Independent 07 Feb 2023
Between ski trips to the Alps, Patriarch Kirill reportedly used a posting to Switzerland’s World Council of Churches in 1971 to collect information for the Soviet spy agency.Now a close ally of Vladimir Putin, himself a former KGB agent, Mr Kirill, born Vladimir ...
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Putin Approves Sale of Mercedes-Benz Russian Finance Arm

The Epoch Times 07 Feb 2023
MOSCOW—Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday approved the sale of Mercedes-Benz’s local financial services division to Russian car dealer Avtodom, nudging the German ...
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Putin the Not-So-Great

The American Spectator 07 Feb 2023
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s words are usually aimed at Western leaders as well as to the Russian people ... Putin’s statements last week are different in a way that requires a bit of historical analysis ... Putin, according to a New York Times report in 2002, has a portrait of Peter hanging in his Kremlin office ... Putin continued, saying..
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This 102-year-old Ukrainian survived Stalin’s forced famine. Now she is making camouflage sniper suits

CNN 07 Feb 2023
Many believe what Russian President Vladimir Putin is trying to do now has startling similarities ... Putin follows in Stalin’s footsteps ... Russian President Vladimir Putin doesn’t believe that a Ukrainian state exists ... Putin, in the view of most Ukrainians, is carrying on Stalin’s work.
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Putin’s real threat comes from Russia's 'turbo-patriots'

The Spectator 07 Feb 2023
Does Vladimir Putin face a challenge, not from cuddly, West-looking liberals, but from even sharper-toothed nationalists? Certainly this is suddenly the message coming from loyalists ... A kleptocratic elite is seeing Putin as bad for business ... Matveychev is a member of Putin’s United Russia bloc and a former staffer in the presidential administration.
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Russia's war on Ukraine: Psychological trauma of a quarter of Ukrainians should send a powerful ...

The Scotsman 07 Feb 2023
Given the scale of death and destruction caused by Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, it is understandable that the physical cost of the war has been the main focus ....
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Russia's oil and gas revenue crashed by nearly 50% at the start of 2023, leading ...

Yahoo Daily News 07 Feb 2023
Vladimir PutinSasha Mordovets/Getty Images. Russia logged a nearly 50% drop in oil and gas revenue in January, contributing to a wider budget deficit. Moscow's spending surged by nearly 60% as the war against Ukraine ordered by Russian President Vladimir Putin neared the one-year mark ... Read the original article on Business Insider ....
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US Vice President Harris to Attend Munich Security Conference, Give Speech - Statement

Urdu Point 07 Feb 2023
Ukraine began preparing for a war with Russia following the famous speech by Russian President Vladimir Putin at the 2007 Munich Security Conference, in which he criticized NATO enlargement and pronounced the failure of a unipolar ...
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US' warning to China on helping sanctions-hit Russia: ‘We’re watching'

Hindustan Times 07 Feb 2023
The United States is watching closely to make sure that China’s support for Russia doesn’t cross the line into aiding Russian president Vladimir Putin’s military in Ukraine, US State Department spokesman Ned Price said. Read more. Salman Rushdie explains why ‘everyone loves him’ since 2022 stabbing. ‘Now' ... Read more ... ....
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Natural disasters like the quakes in Turkey and Syria open our eyes to the fragility of life

Irish Independent 07 Feb 2023
The scenes of unfathomable grief and suffering have stirred compassionate reactions globally.In a message from Moscow, Russian president Vladimir Putin asked Mr Erdogan to “convey words of sincere sympathy and support” to the families of the victims, and said Russia was “ready to provide required assistance”.
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Salman Rushdie explains why ‘everyone loves him’ since 2022 stabbing: ‘Now…'

Hindustan Times 07 Feb 2023
Months after being stabbed ahead of a lecture, author Salman Rushdie said that even though he has “frightening” nightmares, he still has a feeling of gratitude. Read more. Will you kill Zelensky? Vladimir Putin was asked by ex-Israeli PM. He said. “Well, you know, I've been better ... “The big injuries are healed, essentially ... Read more ... ‘It was’ ... ....
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Russia sends rescue teams to T�rkiye and Syria (VIDEOS)

Russia Today 07 Feb 2023
Four of the ministry’s transport planes with more than 100 rescue workers on board in total have been sent to the affected countries at the direct order of President Vladimir Putin, the ministry’s spokesman, Roman Okhotenko, said ... Ankara declared the highest nationwide emergency level in the wake of the disaster ... .

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File - Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, left, rides on a Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF) Type 10 tank during a review at the JGSDF Camp Asaka in Tokyo, Japan, Saturday, Nov. 27, 2021. Kishida’s Cabinet approved record 5.4 trillion yen ($47 billion) budget Friday, Dec. 24, for fiscal 2022 that includes researches and development into future fighter jets and other “game-changer” arsenals as Japan bolsters its arms capability amid China's rise and its tension with Taiwan.
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