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2018-03-26 Trump expelling 60 Russian diplomats in wake of UK nerve agent attack Washington
2. 2018-03-16 Russian exiles contacted over safety after tycoon murder United Kingdom
3. 2018-03-15 In joint statement, world leaders agree Russia behind nerve agent attack Washington
4. 2018-03-07 Russian spy: Police seek to identify nerve agent source Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
5. 2017-07-27 Russian cybercriminals arrested in Europe Spain
G. 2017-07-02 Germany secured first Confederations Cup title Saint Petersburg Stadium, Saint Petersburg, St. Petersburg
H. 2017-05-29 France's Macron holds 'frank exchange' with Putin Versailles, Paris
I. 2017-02-20 Gibraltar seizes Russian's superyacht Gibraltar, Spain
J. 2016-12-09 Russian doping report alleges 'institutional conspiracy' London

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Mar. 15   Washington
Mar.7   England


year 2016
Jan.21   London


year 2015
Nov.30   Paris


year 2014
Mar.17   European Union
Mar.14   London


year 2010
Jul.9   Austria
Apr.10   Russia
  Tupolev 154, carrying Lech Kaczynski, has crashed near a Russian airport. 87 people were killed; there were no survivors.    Kaczynski, his wife Maria and several senior government figures were in Russia to mark the 70th anniversary of the Katyn massacre. They included the army chief ...


year 2009
Jan.6   European Union


year 2007
Apr.26   Estonia


year 2006
Nov.23   London

before year 2000
Aug. 21, 1968   Czech Republic
Jun. 24, 1948   Berlin
Aug. 2, 1945   Eastern Germany
May. 9, 1945   Berlin
Jan. 27, 1945   Poland
Jan. 31, 1943   Volga Region
Sep. 11, 1855   Crimea
Sep. 26, 1815   Paris
Oct. 19, 1812   Moscow
Jan. 9, 1792   Romania
May. 2, 1729   Poland



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2014
Putin warns Europe of gas shortages
US-Russia deadlock on Ukraine crisis
EU and US impose Crimea sanctions
No Ukraine accord in US-Russia talks
Top diplomats seek Ukraine solution
'Tough' Ukraine talks to continue
Putin warns Europe of gas shortages
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NATO suspends Russia cooperation
NATO chief Rasmussen says no Russian troop withdrawal seen
2013
Russian tycoon Berezovsky dies
Depardieu 'now a Russian citizen'
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Russia, Poland exit Euro 2012
Sharapova completes career Grand Slam
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2010
Polish president died in plane crash
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Spy suspect 'missing' in Cyprus
UK intercepts Russian bombers
2009
U.S., Russia announce nuke talks
Russia signs deal, restoring Europe's gas
Accord signed in Russia gas row
Russia turns on gas for Europe
Russia signs deal, restoring Europe's gas
Accord signed in Russia gas row
European gas supplies disrupted
Kuznetsova wins French Open over Safina
Pirate fears as cargo ship vanishes
U.S., Russia announce nuke talks
2008
Russia praises EU over sanctions
Russia warned over 'intimidation'
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Superb Spain too strong for Russians
United victorious after shoot-out drama
Zenit shuts out Rangers for UEFA Cup
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2007
Russia expels 4 British diplomats
UK expels four Russian diplomats
Bush chides Kremlin over democracy
Estonia removes Soviet memorial
Russia oil row hits Europe supply
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Ex-KGB spy: UK tried to recruit me
Lugovoi charged with spy poisoning
Putin: U.S. force fostering nukes
2006
Ex-KGB officer 'poisoned in UK'
Putin firm on EU energy charter
Putin firm on EU energy charter
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Former spy poisoned by radiation
Poisoned former KGB spy dies
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2005
Bush meets Putin
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CSKA seal Uefa Cup triumph over Sporting
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Sharapova wins Wimbledon over Serena
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2003
Putin arrives for UK state visit
France, Russia threaten war veto
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Chirac, Putin: No need for war
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Rogge wins top Olympics job
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  Trump expelling 60 Russian diplomats in wake of UK nerve agent attack  The United States, European Union countries, Canada and Ukraine expelled more than 100 Russian diplomats on Monday Russian exiles contacted over safety after tycoon murder   In joint statement, world leaders agree Russia behind nerve agent attack  Trump, Macron, Merkel and May said they 'abhor' the attack against Skripal, 66, and his 33-year-old daughter, Yulia, in Salisbury on March 4 Russian spy: Police seek to identify nerve agent source   Counter-terrorism officers are working to uncover the origin of the nerve agent used in the attempted murder of Sergei Skripal and his daughter,... Germany secured first Confederations Cup title France's Macron holds 'frank exchange' with Putin MH17 missile 'came from Russia', Dutch-led investigators say German minister warns Nato against 'warmongering' Euro 2016: Russia, England threatened with disqualification over violence Syria crisis: Strikes on hospitals 'war crimes'   President Putin 'probably' approved Litvinenko murder   The murder of ex-Russian spy in 2006 in the UK was 'probably' approved by President Vladimir Putin, an inquiry has found.   Russia says Turkey 'shot down plane for IS oil'  Vladimir Putin has accused Turkey of shooting down its warplane near the border with Syria in order to protect its oil trade with the Islamic... US announces new tank and artillery deployment in Europe G7 summit: Obama and Merkel firm on Russia sanctions Russian brinksmanship at Cold War levels Ukraine, Moscow clinch deal on Russian gas supply Total oil company CEO dies in Moscow plane crash Russia denies submarine incident off Sweden Nato summit: Russia criticised over Ukraine crisis EU sets Russia sanctions ultimatum Ukraine crisis: EU 'must act on Russia aggression' G-7 leaders agree to impose new sanctions on Russia NATO suspends Russia cooperation US-Russia deadlock on Ukraine crisis   EU and US impose Crimea sanctions   The EU and US have announced travel bans and asset freezes against a number of officials from Russia and Ukraine No Ukraine accord in US-Russia talks   Kerry, Lavrov hold last-ditch talks  As a contentious referendum on the future of Crimean region looms, U.S. Secretary of State and his Russian counterpart are holding last-ditch... 'Illegal' Crimean referendum condemned Russian tycoon Berezovsky dies Depardieu 'now a Russian citizen'   U.S., Russia swap spies   The United States and Russia completed a spy swap Friday, exchanging the agents on chartered planes at an airport in Vienna Polish president died in plane crash Map of Smolensk Russia


March 2018 ... more > Top ^
Mar. 26   Washington  
Mar. 16   United Kingdom
Mar. 15   Washington  
Mar.7   England  


year 2017 Top ^

Jul.27  Spain  Russian cybercriminals arrested in Europe
Jul.2   St. Petersburg
May.29   Paris
Feb.20  Spain  Gibraltar seizes Russian's superyacht


year 2016 Top ^

Dec.9  London  Russian doping report alleges 'institutional conspiracy'
Nov.29  Berlin  Top German spy warns of political cyberattacks, Russia links
Nov.17  Lithuania  Trump election: Baltic warning over Russian move on Nato
Sep.28   Netherlands
Jun.18   Berlin
Jun.16  France  Euro 2016: France expels Russia far-right fan chief Shprygin
Jun.12   Southern France
May.28  Greece  Vladimir Putin visits Mount Athos, all-male Orthodox enclave
May.21  France  MH17 crash: Victims' families sue Putin and Russia
Feb.15   France
Jan.21  Russia  Litvinenko accused Andrei Lugovoi dismisses 'nonsense' inquiry
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year 2015 Top ^

Dec.23  London  Russian ex-tycoon Khodorkovsky may seek UK asylum
Nov.30   Paris  
Jun.23   Baltics
Jun.7   Bavaria


year 2014 Top ^

Nov.10   London
Oct.30   Brussels
Oct.20   Moscow
Oct.19   Sweden
Sep.4   Wales
Aug.30   Brussels
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Apr.26   Washington
Apr.1   Brussels
Mar.30   Paris
Mar.17   European Union  
Mar.14   London
  London  
Mar.6   European Union


year 2013 Top ^

Mar.23   London
Jan.3   Moscow


year 2010 Top ^

Jul.9   Austria  
Apr.10   Russia  
  Tupolev 154, carrying Lech Kaczynski, has crashed near a Russian airport. 87 people were killed; there were no survivors
 Kaczynski, his wife Maria and several senior government figures were in Russia to mark the 70th anniversary of the Katyn massacre. They included the army chief of staff Gen Franciszek Gagor, central bank governor Slawomir Skrzypek and deputy Foreign Minister Andrzej Kremer. There were a total of 132 people on the plane


year 2009 Top ^

Aug.12   England Pirate fears as cargo ship vanishes
Jan.6   European Union   European gas supplies disrupted  Several countries say their supplies of Russian gas have been cut sharply amid an energy price dispute between Moscow and Ukraine

year 2007 Top ^

Jul.16   London UK expels four Russian diplomats
May.22   London Lugovoi charged with spy poisoning Apr.26   Estonia   Estonia removes Soviet memorial   The authorities have removed a contentious war memorial in Tallinn, despite overnight protests that left one person dead Jan.8   European Union Russia oil row hits Europe supply

year 2006 Top ^

Nov.23   London     Poisoned former KGB spy dies
  Alexander Litvinenko, the longtime critic of the Russian government, died in a hospital 3 weeks after his suspected poisoning
before year 2000
Aug. 21, 1968   Czech Republic     Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia
Map of Prague Czech Republic
  The Soviet Union and its main allies invaded Czechoslovakia in order to halt Alexander Dubcek's Prague Spring political liberalisation reforms
Jun. 24, 1948   Berlin     Russian blockade of Berlin began
  The Soviet Union blocked the Western Allies' railway, road, and canal access to the sectors of Berlin under Western control.    The Western Allies organized the Berlin airlift...
Aug. 2, 1945   Eastern Germany     Potsdam Conference ended
Map of Cecilienhof Palace Potsdam Germany
  The three power, Stalin, Churchill, and, later Attlee, Truman gathered to decide how to administer punishment to the defeated Nazi Germany
May. 9, 1945   Berlin     World War II ends in Europe
  The final battles of the European Theatre of World War II as well as the German surrender to the Western Allies and the Soviet Union.    News of the imminent surrender broke in the West on 8 May, and celebrations erupted throughout ...
Jan. 27, 1945   Poland     Auschwitz concentration camp liberated Map of Oswiecim Poland  A network of German Nazi concentration camps and extermination camps built and operated by the Third Reich in Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany Jan. 31, 1943   Volga Region     Germans surrendered at Stalingrad Map of Volgograd Russia  The Battle of Stalingrad was a major battle of World War II in which Nazi Germany and its allies fought the Soviet Union for control of Stalingrad Sep. 11, 1855   Crimea     Sebastopol surrendered Map of Sebastopol Ukraine  French, Ottoman, and British were intending to make a triumphal march to Sevastopol. The 56-kilometre traverse took a year of fighting Sep. 26, 1815   Paris     Holy Alliance between Russia, Austria, and Prussia  A coalition created by the monarchist great powers of Russia, Austria and Prussia. It was created after the ultimate defeat of Napoleon Oct. 19, 1812   Moscow   Napoleon begins retreat from Moscow  On 24 June 1812 when Napoleon's Grande Armée crossed the Neman River in an attempt to engage and defeat the Russian army Jan. 9, 1792   Romania     Treaty of Jassy  A pact between the Russian and Ottoman Empires ending the Russo-Turkish War and confirming Russia's dominance in the Black Sea May. 2, 1729   Poland     Catherine the Great born   Catherine II was the most renowned and the longest-ruling female leader of Russia