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Russia alleges Navalny could have been poisoned on medical plane to Germany
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EU imposes sanctions on 6 individuals over poisoning of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny
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EU agrees sanctions against Lukashenko for crackdown on Belarus protests
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Navalny: Kremlin critic poisoned with Novichok, chemical weapons watchdog confirms
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Navalny blames Russian intelligence for ‘poisoning’ attack
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Navalny makes first video appearance since coma
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Navalny poisoning: Kremlin critic recalls near-death Novichok tormentAlexei Navalny tells the BBC his poisoning has left him struggling with sleep and muscular control.
Alexei Navalny blames Vladimir Putin for poisoning himGermany says Alexei Navalny was poisoned by a Novichok agent but the Kremlin denies any involvement.
Kremlin looks to keep protest-torn Belarus in Moscow's orbitEmbattled leader Alexander Lukashenko may not find long-term solace in Russia, Sarah Rainsford writes.
Nord Stream 2: Why Germany may pull plug on Russian pipelineThe controversial pipeline could be at risk after Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny was poisoned.
Why Navalny’s team sees Kremlin's hands in attackActivists do not doubt the Russian opposition figure was targeted for his political work.
Alexei Navalny: Kremlin dismisses accusations against PutinRussia says no investigation is needed yet as no poisoning of the fierce critic has been proven.
Alexei Navalny: German doctors say Kremlin critic can be airliftedThe medics appear to contradict Russian doctors who say the comatose Kremlin critic cannot be moved.
Russia satellite: Kremlin accuses US and UK of 'distorting' truthMoscow insists US and UK accusations that Russia has tested anti-satellite weaponry are "distorted".
Boris Johnson accused of giving Kremlin green light to meddle in UK politics after rejecting Russia report's recommendations'We have identified the problem, we now need to fix it. If we don't fix it, they will do more of it'
Russia report: Six things we learned from dossier about interference in UK politicsDossier sets out Moscow-linked cyber threats, influence of Russian money and growth of Kremlin 'enablers' in UK
Russian war veterans quarantined before watching parade with Putin, says KremlinRussian war veterans due to join President Vladimir Putin to review a June 24 military parade on Red Square are being quarantined at health resorts beforehand to protect their own health and that of..
Kremlin dismisses 'absurd' UK accusations Russia is exploiting coronavirus opportunitiesThe Kremlin on Thursday described accusations by Britain that Russia, along with China and Iran, was looking to exploit opportunities created by the coronavirus, as "absurd".
Kremlin concerned about situation on Korean peninsula, calls for restraintThe Kremlin said on Tuesday it was concerned about the situation on the Korean peninsula and called for restraint from all sides after North Korea destroyed an inter-Korean liaison office.
Criminal case opened against Kremlin critic Navalny for slanderRussian authorities said on Monday they had opened a criminal investigation for suspected slander against Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny for comments he made on social media.
Editors quit Russian newspaper, accusing boss of pro-Kremlin censorshipFive senior editors at Vedomosti, one of Russia's most prominent business newspapers, resigned on Monday in protest at the appointment of an editor-in-chief they say has applied pro-Kremlin censorship..
Kremlin says Russia will not tolerate unfriendly gestures amid Czech diplomacy rowThe Kremlin on Monday said it would not tolerate unfriendly gestures, when asked about Moscow's expulsion of two Czech diplomats, a reciprocal move in response to two of Russia's diplomatic staff being..
Kremlin defends Russia's coronavirus death data after WHO queryThe Kremlin denied on Thursday there was anything untoward with Russia's official coronavirus death data after the World Health Organisation said this week that Russia's low death rate was "difficult..
Putin and Merkel discuss Syria, Libya, Ukraine in phone call: KremlinRussian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed Syria's humanitarian aid needs in a telephone call, the Kremlin said in a statement on Tuesday.
Kremlin dismisses talk of ousting Nornickel President after fuel spillThe Kremlin dismissed on Friday the idea of ousting Norilsk Nickel President Vladimir Potanin after a Russian lawmaker said he should go following an Arctic fuel spill late last month.
Kremlin shrugs off speculation of Nornickel nationalisation after fuel spillThe idea of forcing out Norilsk Nickel president Vladimir Potanin, raised by one Russian lawmaker after an Arctic fuel spill, is unacceptable, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Friday.
Kremlin defends holding July vote that could extend Putin's rule despite coronavirusThe Kremlin defended on Wednesday plans to hold a nationwide vote next month on constitutional reforms that could allow President Vladimir Putin to extend his long rule, saying the coronavirus epidemic..
Ukrainian computer game featuring Hitler in Moscow angers KremlinThe Kremlin on Wednesday accused a Ukrainian computer game developer of glorifying Nazism by producing a game which features Adolf Hitler overseeing a fictional World War Two victory parade in Moscow,..
Putin declines British invitation to take part in coronavirus summit: KremlinRussian President Vladimir Putin does not plan to take part in an online summit on a possible coronavirus vaccine being organised by the British government this week, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov..
Kremlin says Trump's possible G7 invitation raises more questions than answersThe Kremlin said on Tuesday that U.S. President Donald Trump's proposal to invite Russia to an expanded Group of Seven summit later this year raised more questions than it provided answers, but that..
Putin and Trump discussed G7 summit, oil markets in call: KremlinU.S. President Donald Trump told President Vladimir Putin in a phone call about his idea of holding an expanded Group of Seven summit later this year with a possible invitation for Russia, the Kremlin..
Kremlin rejects idea floated by Obama-era security advisor it stoked U.S. protestsThe Kremlin on Monday rejected accusations it had played any role in protests rocking the United States, after former U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice raised the possibility of Russian..
Kremlin says Putin 'supports dialogue' after Trump's proposed G7 inviteThe Kremlin said on Monday it needed to see more details before responding to U.S. President Donald Trump's proposal to invite Russia to attend a Group of Seven nations summit, but that President..
Moscow court jails journalist for one-person protest during coronavirus lockdownA Moscow court on Thursday jailed a prominent anti-Kremlin journalist for a one-person protest during the city's coronavirus lockdown, sentencing him to 15 days in prison.
Moscow's new coronavirus cases fall to lowest in more than a monthThe Kremlin on Thursday praised Moscow's authorities after the city reported its lowest daily increase in coronavirus infections since April 23, but some critics raised questions over some of Russia's..
Putin gets invitation from UK's Johnson on coronavirus vaccine summit: KremlinRussian President Vladimir Putin has received an invitation from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to take part in a summit on the coronavirus vaccine, but no decision has been made yet on..
Putin back in Kremlin, Russia looks to ease lockdown in some regionsPresident Vladimir Putin made a rare lockdown appearance in the Kremlin on Monday after officials said improvements in the coronavirus situation may allow Russia to re-open some tourist resorts soon..
Kremlin says Prime Minister Mishustin back to workRussian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin is back at work after being diagnosed with the new coronavirus, the Kremlin said on Tuesday.
Kremlin says Putin and Britain's Johnson backed renewed dialogue in phone callRussian President Vladimir Putin and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke by telephone on Friday and expressed a readiness to establish dialogue between the countries and to cooperate on..
Kremlin says Trump offered to send coronavirus medical aid to RussiaU.S. President Donald Trump offered during a phone call on Thursday with Russia's President Vladimir Putin to send medical aid to Moscow to help fight the coronavirus pandemic, the Kremlin said on..
Kremlin says U.S. moon mining proposals need thorough legal analysisThe Kremlin on Wednesday said a U.S.-proposed legal blueprint for mining on the moon would need to be analysed thoroughly to check if it complies with international law.
Putin to review government plan to gradually ease coronavirus curbs: KremlinRussian President Vladimir Putin will later on Wednesday hear details of a government plan to gradually ease restrictions imposed over the coronavirus crisis, the Kremlin said.
Kremlin questions reliability of coronavirus allegations by junior medicThe Kremlin on Thursday questioned the reliability of allegations by a former junior medic at Moscow's main coronavirus hospital of lax safety standards and miserable pay.
Kremlin: Work still needed before high-level talks on Ukraine crisisMore work is needed before high-level talks on the Ukraine crisis can take place, the Kremlin said ahead of a planned meeting later on Thursday involving the foreign ministers of Ukraine, Russia,..
Kremlin: Russia still in contact with Libya participants, wants diplomatic communicationThe Kremlin said on Tuesday Russia was still in contact with both warring sides in the conflict in Libya, adding that it believes the only route to peace is through political and diplomatic..
Journalists at prominent Russian business newspaper complain of pro-Kremlin censorshipJournalists at Vedomosti, one of Russia's most prominent business publications, on Thursday accused their editor of imposing stifling pro-Kremlin censorship upon them and suggested the board of..
Kremlin says groundless allegations about coronavirus' artificial origin are unacceptableScientists and experts still lack necessary data to determine the nature of the novel coronavirus, and any groundless allegations about its artificial origin are unacceptable, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry..
Russia to spell out stance on U.N. truce plea in coming days: KremlinRussia will spell out its stance on the United Nations' call for a global truce, so the world can focus on the coronavirus epidemic, in the coming days after consultations are completed, Kremlin..
Russia will accept ventilators from United States if needed: KremlinRussia will accept an offer by U.S. President Donald Trump to ship ventilators to the country if its efforts to contain an outbreak of the novel coronavirus require them, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry..
Kremlin says 'important' global oil deal helped avert market chaosThe Kremlin said on Monday that the global oil output deal clinched by OPEC and non-OPEC countries had helped stop oil markets sliding into chaos and would help support a more or less stable oil price..
Kremlin says leaders of Russia, U.S., Saudi Arabia support OPEC+ oil dealRussian President Vladimir Putin, U.S. President Donald Trump and Saudi Arabia's King Salman all supported the OPEC+ deal to cut global crude output, the Kremlin said on Sunday.
Kremlin warns of huge influx of Moscow patients as coronavirus toll climbsThe Kremlin said on Saturday a "huge influx" of coronavirus patients was beginning to put a strain on hospitals in Moscow as Russia's death toll rose to more than 100.
Kremlin says Moscow hospitals flooded as coronavirus death toll passes 100The Kremlin said on Saturday a "huge influx" of coronavirus patients was beginning to put a strain on hospitals in Moscow as Russia's death toll rose to more than 100.
Russia's Putin, Saudi crown prince discuss OPEC+: KremlinRussian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman discussed a planned OPEC+ reduction of oil output, the Kremlin said.