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Here's How the Russian State Media Has Been Covering Trump's Russia Scandal - Mother Jones

State-owned Russian media would rather talk about Morgan Freeman than oligarchs gabbing with Donald Trump Jr. Hannah LevintovaOct. 6, 2017 6:00 AM. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Email; Print. Metzel Mikhail/TASS/Zuma; Alexander Zemlianichenko ...and more »

Unlikely allies: Oil brings Saudi king to Moscow - CNNMoney

For years, the world's biggest oil producers have clashed over Middle East politics and battled for energy market share. But their desperate need to rescue oil prices brought them together last year and that partnership was the focus of talks Thursday ...and more »

The Russia Collusion You Should Care About - Bloomberg

Why aren't Western governments doing more to stop Russian money from poisoning their economies? by. Leonid Bershidsky. @Bershidsky More stories by Leonid Bershidsky. 274. October 5, 2017, 11:00 PM PDT. The real threat. Photographer: Vladimir Sindeyev ...and more »

Saudi Aramco IPO on track for 2018: officials - Reuters

MOSCOW (Reuters) - A plan to list Saudi Aramco in 2018 is on track, senior Saudi officials said in Moscow on Thursday, as Saudi Arabia gears up to sign a string of investment agreements with Russia. FILE PHOTO: A Saudi Aramco employee sits in the area ...and more »

What the Catalonian independence vote and the Las Vegas massacre have in common - MinnPost

Catalonians holding up ballot sheets outside a polling station for the banned independence referendum in Barcelona on Oct. 1. The mass shooting in Las Vegas, continuing investigation of Russian meddling in last year's U.S. election and the vote in ...and more »

Saudi King, in Russia, Seeks Warmer Ties With a Longtime Foe - New York Times

MOSCOW — President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia warmly welcomed King Salman of Saudi Arabia under the gleaming chandeliers of the Kremlin on Thursday, signaling a rapprochement between two longtime rivals who have faced off in some of the world's ...and more »

Russia's New 'Useful Idiots'? - EurasiaNet

There are echoes of Soviet times in the way Russia has been courting far-right activists in the West. A new book looks at how and why it does it. Remember Richard Spencer, the U.S. white supremacist whose “alt-right” followers celebrated Donald Trump's ...and more »

Russia Sells Military Weapons to Turkey and Saudi Arabia, Both Former Foes in Syria - Newsweek

RTS1F881 Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Arabia's King Salman attend a welcoming ceremony ahead of their talks at the Kremlin on October 5. The Saudi monarch's landmark visit to Russia followed Putin's successful courting of Turkish ...and more »

On Putin's 65th birthday, thousands of protesters gather across Russia in support of opposition leader - Los Angeles Times

Thousands of supporters of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny demonstrated in 80 cities across the country Saturday in response to calls from the anti-corruption crusader to petition for his release from jail and to allow him to register as a ...and more »

Supporters of opposition leader Navalny rally across Russia on Putin's birthday - Business Insider

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Supporters of jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny gathered in Moscow on Saturday, calling for President Vladimir Putin to quit and let Navalny run in an election. Under gray skies and intermittent rain, around a thousand ...and more »