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Latest Dmitry Medvedev Items
Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev fired defiant Moscow Mayor Yury Luzhkov on Tuesday, ousting the man who gave the crumbling capital a glamorous facelift but was maligned for his wife's chokehold on construction projects and for staying on vacation while forest fires choked his city.
A boat carrying Jewish activists from Israel, Germany, the U.S. and Britain set sail on Sunday for Gaza, hoping to breach Israel's naval blockade there.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev issued a decree Wednesday banning all sales of S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems to Iran.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton urged NATO and Russia on Wednesday to expand cooperation in areas such as missile defense, military doctrines, narcotics control and conventional arms limits in Europe.
Russian opposition leaders form coalition
The Obama administration was poised for a victory on one of its top foreign policy goals Thursday as a Senate panel appeared likely to recommend approval of a U.S.-Russia nuclear arms control treaty with a bipartisan majority.
A suicide car bomber hit the central market of a major city in Russia's North Caucasus on Thursday, killing at least 17 and wounding more than 130 people in one of the worst attacks in the volatile region in years, officials said.
A suicide car bomber hit the central market of a major city in Russia's North Caucasus on Thursday, killing at least 16 and wounding more than 130 people in one of the worst attacks in the volatile region in years, officials said.
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin disparaged Russian dissidents in crude street language in an interview Monday and said they would keep getting beaten if they continued to hold unauthorized rallies.