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The World Taekwondo Federation has awarded an honorary black belt to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Apparently, America isn't the only country to spy on neighbors and world leaders. Russia gave out goodie bags filled with USB drives and telephone chargers at the recent G-20 summit in St. Petersburg — but the devices were designed to download the users' information and pass it along to intelligence agents at the Kremlin.
One of the main reasons that growth of an effective democratic movement has been stalled in Russia is the country has no substantial legal tradition. There is little understanding of what the law is aside from being the dictates of a ruler.
President Vladimir Putin says that Russia has strong grounds to believe that Syrian rebels were responsible for the country's chemical attack.
Sen. John McCain on Sunday threw cold water on the deal the United States and Russia have struck to dismantle the Syrian government's chemical weapons stores by 2014, arguing it does nothing to keep the use of force on the table and help the rebels topple an Assad regime accused of gassing its own people.
Israel President Shimon Peres said at a Wednesday graduation ceremony for naval recruits that he trusts President Obama and President Putin, when it comes to forging a deal to bring a peaceful solution to Syria’s chemical weapon dilemma.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed into law a measure that stigmatizes gay people and bans giving children any information about homosexuality.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his wife Lyudmila have announced they are divorcing.
"Look, we all have our issues, but shouldn’t journalists know when to keep their mouths shut?"