- The Telegraph via Yahoo News3 days ago
Vladimir Putin and Dmitry Medvedev, the Russia prime minister, were caught in a sudden down pour as they attended a ceremony outside the Kremlin walls on Thursday. The two were ...
A majority of Russians don’t trust Putin to solve corruption. But they trust him to run the country.MSN News5 days ago
Russians give Putin high marks on his handling of global affairs, according to a new survey.
- MSN News19 hours ago
Russian authorities may have succeeded at quashing dissent on television and mass media but a new generation of voters has found a way to still get relevant news: on YouTube.
- Los Angeles Times5 days ago
Putin became prime minister again during Dmitry Medvedev’s presidency before being re-elected president in 2012. “Confidence in Putin’s global leadership has been consistently ...
- International Business Times via Yahoo News7 days ago
(Left to right) The then European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, the then Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, the then Canadian ...
- BBC News3 days ago
The focus of the anti-corruption protests this year has been Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, accused by activists in a YouTube video of secretly amassing a huge fortune under President ...
- The Independent via Yahoo News2 days ago
The 41-year-old released a 50-minute documentary in March accusing Russia’s Prime Minister and ex-President Dmitry Medvedev of amassing a “corruption empire” of luxury properties ...
- MSN News3 days ago
Reports describe freak conditions that drove a wildfire that killed dozens.
- Business Insider3 days ago
No one knows exactly how much Russian President Vladimir Putin is worth. Some claim Putin is the richest man in the world, yet according to the Kremlin, he earns around $133,000 a year and lives in a small apartment.
Once heralded by Russian prime minster Dmitry Medvedev as the "Russian iPhone", the YotaPhone is now a decidedly more Chinese affair, as the Financial Times detailed recently.