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  1. Bulgaria canceled the 2,000 megawatt plant in 2012 after failing to find investors. It had also faced pressure from Washington and Brussels to limit its energy dependence on Russia, which...

  2. MOSCOW — Dmitry Rogozin, until recently the Russian government's point-man on all matters concerning the defense and space industries, was offered to head up the Roscosmos space corporation ...

  3. In 2008, after serving two consecutive terms as president, Putin's ally Dmitry Medvedev became president while Putin moved to the post of prime minister before returning to the ...

  4. It is being bullied by the Trump administration over trade. It is facing a revisionist Russia becoming increasingly aggressive next door. It is limping on from one internal crisis to the other ...

  5. On May 26, 1954, more than 100 crewmembers of the aircraft carrier USS Bennington died in an explosion off Rhode Island.

  6. (In May 18 story, corrects spelling of last names of Dmitry Kozak, Mikhail Kotyukov and Konstantin Chuychenko; and corrects first name of Yuri Trutnev)

  7. UK eyes EU science scheme The UK prime minister has declared that she wants her country to be part of the European Union’s next major research-funding programme, which will launch after Britain ...

  8. Stephen F. Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies and politics at NYU and Princeton, and John Batchelor continue their (usually) weekly discussions of the new US-Russian Cold War. On May ...

  9. Former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama have set a deal to create new programming with Netflix, the streaming service announced Monday. Through the multi-year agreement, ...

  10. On May 8, President Donald Trump withdrew from the nuclear deal negotiated by Iran, the United States, and five other nations. On Monday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo promised that the United ...

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