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  Putin orders 755 US diplomatic staff to leave  Russian President has announced that 755 staff must leave US diplomatic missions, in retaliation for new US sanctions against Moscow Russia protests: Opposition leader Navalny sentenced Opposition leader Navalny arrested US attacks Moscow welcome for Assad   Russia stages massive WWII parade   Russia has staged its biggest military parade, marking 70 years since victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two Nemtsov murder: Tens of thousands march in Moscow Russia opposition politician Boris Nemtsov shot dead Map of Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge Moscow Russia  An unidentified attacker in a car shot former Deputy Prime Minister four times in the back as he crossed a bridge in view of the Kremlin Ukraine crisis: Leaders upbeat after Moscow talks   Putin taunts West with humanitarian convoy in eastern Ukraine  The Kremlin announced it will send a humanitarian convoy into Ukraine, despite previous warnings from the West against such move Putin 'backs' Ukraine election Putin signs Russia-Crimea treaty   Vladimir Putin recognises Crimea as nation   Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree recognising Crimea as a sovereign state, paving the way for it to be absorbed into Russia Russia has no plans to annex Ukraine's Crimea Russia approves troops for Ukraine Ukraine, Russia sign economic deal despite protests   Snowden leaves airport, can stay in Russia, lawyer says  National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden's application for political asylum has been approved, and he has left a Moscow airport Russia orders expulsion of U.S. diplomat Depardieu 'now a Russian citizen' Putin signs anti-U.S. adoption bill Pussy Riot found guilty of hooliganism   Putin declares win in elections   Vladimir Putin has declared victory in presidential elections, returning for a third term after spending the last four years as the country's PM Russian protests biggest in years Putin set to return as president   Russian court finds Khodorkovsky guilty   A judge in Moscow has found former Russian oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky and his business partner guilty of corruption charges   Russian fires prompt state of emergency


October 2017 ... more > Top ^
Oct.8  Russia warns it may restrict US media within its borders
Oct.7  Protests for Navalny across Russia on Putin birthday


September 2017 ... more > Top ^
Sep.29  Putin foe Alexei Navalny reportedly detained again
Sep.2  Russia condemns US 'plans' to search Washington trade mission


August 2017 ... more > Top ^
Aug.2  US sanctions are 'trade war' on Russia, says PM Medvedev


July 2017 ... more > Top ^
Jul.30
Jul.17  Moscow demands US return seized mansions


June 2017 ... more > Top ^
Jun.19  Russia issues warning after US coalition downs jet
Jun.12
Jun.11  Navalny urges people to join anti-corruption protests


April 2017 ... more > Top ^
Apr.11  Syria war: Tillerson to press Russia over Assad support


March 2017 ... more > Top ^
Mar.26


year 2016 Top ^



November 2016 ... more > Top ^
Nov.14  Russia's Economy Minister Ulyukayev detained over 'bribe'


January 2016 ... more > Top ^
Jan.26  Kremlin demands 'Putin corruption' proof


year 2015 Top ^

Dec.14  Kerry seeks to narrow divisions with Russia
Nov.26  Turkey 'knew downed fighter jet was Russian'
 Russia 'plans sanctions' against Turkey over jet downing
Nov.10  Athletics doping: Kremlin says claims are 'groundless'
Oct.21
Oct.11  Syria conflict: Putin defends Russia's air strikes
Sep.27  Russia wants 'co-ordination' against IS
May.9
Mar.1
Feb.28  Putin pledge on Nemtsov murder
Feb.27
Feb.6


year 2014 Top ^

Dec.30  Kremlin critic Navalny found guilty of fraud
Aug.31  Putin 'urges talks on statehood for east Ukraine'
Aug.11
Jul.21  Outrage at Moscow grows over 'shambolic' Flight 17 probe
Jun.26  Putin aide calls Ukraine head 'Nazi'
May.7
Apr.10  Putin warns Europe of gas shortages
Apr.3  Russia recalls ambassador to NATO
Mar.29  Russia vows no Ukraine invasion
Mar.28  Putin calls Obama to discuss Ukraine
Mar.21  Putin signs Crimea annexation law
Mar.18
Mar.17
Mar.10  Russia condemns 'lawlessness' in eastern Ukraine
Mar.4
Mar.1
Feb.24  Russia: Ukraine leaders 'mutineers'


year 2013 Top ^

Dec.17
Sep.11  Putin issues plea to US over Syria
Sep.3  President Putin warns US over Syria action
Aug.31  Putin challenges US on Syria claims
Aug.1
Jul.24  Confusion over Snowden travel papers
Jul.12  Snowden meets activists at airport
Jul.2  Snowden files asylum requests with at least 19 countries
Jul.1  Russian report says Snowden applied for asylum
Jun.25  Snowden 'still in Moscow airport
Jun.22  Edward Snowden leaves Hong Kong on Moscow flight
May.14
Jan.3


year 2012 Top ^

Dec.28
Dec.20  Putin backs ban on US adoptions
Dec.13  Russia: Syrian rebels may win conflict
Aug.17
Aug.3  Russia condemns UN vote on Syria
Jun.12  Putin opponents march in Moscow
Jun.1  Putin stands firm on Syria crisis
Mar.25  Annan is 'last chance' for Syria
Mar.4
 Putin 'elected Russian president'


year 2011 Top ^

Dec.24  Thousands take to streets
Dec.10
Dec.8  Putin blames Clinton for election unrest
Sep.24


year 2010 Top ^

Dec.30  Khodorkovsky jail term increased
Dec.27
Sep.27  Moscow's Mayor Luzhkov dismissed
Aug.13  Russia set to fuel Iran reactor
Aug.2
  Authorities have imposed a state of emergency around about 500 towns and villages because of wildfires burning across the west of the country
 700 fires are burning, covering about 450 square miles. Most of the fires were started accidentally by people burning garbage, dropping cigarettes, or failing to extinguish campfires or barbecues properly
Apr.8 Obama, Medvedev sign arms treaty

year 2009 Top ^

Jul.15  President Medvedev condemns killing Jul.7  Obama urges shift in Russia ties Jul.6  Obama moves to bolster U.S.-Russia ties Jan.27  Russian church picks new head Jan.17 'Gas to flow' after deal
Jan.12  Russia signs deal, restoring Europe's gas

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.22  Lawmakers back six-year presidency Dec.5  Russia Orthodox Church's leader dies Nov.21 Russia extends presidential term  The parliament approved a constitutional amendment Friday to extend the presidential term from four to six years Sep.2  Russia praises EU over sanctions Aug.26 Russia recognizes Georgian rebel regions  Russian President Medvedev signed an order recognizing the independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, two breakaway regions May.7  Russia swears in new president Mar.2   Medvedev 'heading for clear win'   The outcome is not expected to be a surprise: A hand-picked successor is expected to win in a landslide, after hardly even bothering to camp...

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.10 Putin backs Medvedev as successor
Dec.2 Putin party leads Russia polls Oct.12  Putin warns U.S. in missile talks Sep.12  Putin names next prime minister Jul.14  Russia withdraws from arms treaty Jun.3 Putin warns Europe in missile row Apr.23 Russian ex-president Yeltsin dies   Boris Yeltsin was 76. In 1991 he famously triumphed against parliament hardliners in 1993. He had a history of heart trouble

year 2006 Top ^

Oct.7 War critic writer murdered   Anna Politkovskaya was known for her critical coverage of the war in Chechnya. Her body was found in an elevator Mar.7  US, Russia reject Iran compromise Mar.3   Hamas visits Moscow  Russia's foreign minister has warned that Hamas faces no future if it fails to change itself into a political party Jan.17  Iran crisis: World powers at odds

year 2005 Top ^

May.31   Khodorkovsky jailed for 9 years  Russian tycoon has been found guilty of an array of charges including fraud and tax evasion May.9 Leaders mourn Soviet wartime dead


year 2004 Top ^

Sep.29 Russia 'to ratify climate treaty'
Sep.13 Putin tightens grip on security Sep.6  Putin under pressure over siege Mar.14 Putin claims second term Feb.24  Putin fires premier and Cabinet

year 2003 Top ^

Dec.7 Pro-Putin party set for victory


year 2002 Top ^

Oct.28  Anger grows over gas tactics May.24 Putin and Bush sign nuclear arms deal


year 2001 Top ^

Aug.4  Putin meets Kim Jong Il Jul.16  Russia and China sign alliance Apr.3  Bosses ousted at Russia's NTV

year 2000 Top ^

Mar.27   Putin elected president  Putin had gained an unassailable lead over the Communist leader, Gennady Zyuganov, winning more than half of the votes
before year 2000
Dec. 26, 1991 Dissolution of the Soviet Union
  The declaration acknowledging the independence of the erstwhile Soviet republics and creating the Commonwealth of Independent States
Mar. 11, 1985 Mikhail Gorbachev becomes Premier of Soviet Union
  Gorbachev was elected General Secretary by the Politburo. His policies of glasnost and perestroika contributed to the end of the Cold War
Nov. 10, 1982 Death of Leonid Brezhnev Map of Mozhaysky District Moscow Oblast Russia
  He died aged 76 after suffering a heart attack following years of serious ailments. His death was officially acknowledged on 11 November
Mar. 5, 1953 Death of Joseph Stalin Map of Kuntsevo Dacha Kuntsevo District Moscow Russia
  Stalin (18 December 1878[1] 5 March 1953, birth surname: Dzhugashvili) was the leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until his death
Jun. 9, 1672 Peter the Great born  He expanded the Tsardom into a much larger empire and led a cultural revolution that replaced some of the traditionalist and medieval systems Jan. 16, 1547 First Russian Tsar, Ivan the Terrible, crowned   Ivan IV Vasilyevich was the Grand Prince of Moscow from 1533 to 1547 and Tsar of All the Russias from 1547 until his death


  Putin taunts West with humanitarian convoy in eastern Ukraine  The Kremlin announced it will send a humanitarian convoy into Ukraine, despite previous warnings from the West against such move Putin 'backs' Ukraine election   Putin declares win in elections   Vladimir Putin has declared victory in presidential elections, returning for a third term after spending the last four years as the country's PM Putin set to return as president   Medvedev 'heading for clear win'   The outcome is not expected to be a surprise: A hand-picked successor is expected to win in a landslide, after hardly even bothering to camp... Putin party leads Russia polls Putin claims second term Pro-Putin party set for victory   Putin elected president  Putin had gained an unassailable lead over the Communist leader, Gennady Zyuganov, winning more than half of the votes   Vladimir Putin recognises Crimea as nation   Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree recognising Crimea as a sovereign state, paving the way for it to be absorbed into Russia Putin tightens grip on security Putin signs anti-U.S. adoption bill War critic writer murdered   Anna Politkovskaya was known for her critical coverage of the war in Chechnya. Her body was found in an elevator Dissolution of the Soviet Union




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2014
Aug.11




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2014
May.7
2012
Mar.4
Mar.4  Putin 'elected Russian president'
2011
Sep.24
2008
Mar.2
2007
Dec.2
2004
Mar.14
2003
Dec.7
2000
Mar.27




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2014
Mar.17
2012
Dec.13  Russia: Syrian rebels may win conflict
2004
Sep.13




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2009
Jan.27  Russian church picks new head




Moscow, Politics Political Law Timeline ... See World Political Law timeline Top ^
2014
Mar.21  Putin signs Crimea annexation law
Mar.10  Russia condemns 'lawlessness' in eastern Ukraine
2012
Dec.28
Dec.20  Putin backs ban on US adoptions




Moscow, Politics Media Politics Timeline ... See World Media Politics timeline Top ^
2017
Oct.8  Russia warns it may restrict US media within its borders
2006
Oct.7
2001
Apr.3  Bosses ousted at Russia's NTV




Moscow, Politics Leftist Timeline ... See World Leftist timeline Top ^
1991
Dec. 26, 1991
  The declaration acknowledging the independence of the erstwhile Soviet republics and creating the Commonwealth of Independent States
1985 Mar. 11, 1985 Mikhail Gorbachev becomes Premier of Soviet Union
  Gorbachev was elected General Secretary by the Politburo. His policies of glasnost and perestroika contributed to the end of the Cold War




Moscow, Politics Anniversary Timeline ... See World Anniversary timeline Top ^
2015 May.9   Russia stages massive WWII parade   Russia has staged its biggest military parade, marking 70 years since victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two 2005 May.9 Leaders mourn Soviet wartime dead




Moscow, Politics Warning Timeline ... See World Warning timeline Top ^
2017 Jun.19  Russia issues warning after US coalition downs jet 2014 Apr.10  Putin warns Europe of gas shortages 2013 Sep.3  President Putin warns US over Syria action 2007 Jun.3 Putin warns Europe in missile row




Moscow, Politics Immigration Timeline ... See World Immigration timeline Top ^
2013 Aug.1   Snowden leaves airport, can stay in Russia, lawyer says  National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden's application for political asylum has been approved, and he has left a Moscow airport Jul.24  Confusion over Snowden travel papers Jul.2  Snowden files asylum requests with at least 19 countries Jul.1  Russian report says Snowden applied for asylum Jun.22  Edward Snowden leaves Hong Kong on Moscow flight Jan.3 Depardieu 'now a Russian citizen'




Moscow, Politics Political Probe Timeline ... See World Political Probe timeline Top ^
2014 Jul.21  Outrage at Moscow grows over 'shambolic' Flight 17 probe



Moscow, Politics Agreement Timeline ... See World Agreement timeline Top ^
2014 Mar.18 Putin signs Russia-Crimea treaty
2010 Apr.8 Obama, Medvedev sign arms treaty 2009 Jan.17 'Gas to flow' after deal Jan.12  Russia signs deal, restoring Europe's gas 2004 Sep.29 Russia 'to ratify climate treaty' 2002 May.24 Putin and Bush sign nuclear arms deal 2001 Jul.16  Russia and China sign alliance



Moscow, Politics Visit Timeline ... See World Visit timeline Top ^
2017 Apr.11  Syria war: Tillerson to press Russia over Assad support 2015 Dec.14  Kerry seeks to narrow divisions with Russia Oct.21 US attacks Moscow welcome for Assad
2009 Jul.7  Obama urges shift in Russia ties Jul.6  Obama moves to bolster U.S.-Russia ties 2006 Mar.3   Hamas visits Moscow  Russia's foreign minister has warned that Hamas faces no future if it fails to change itself into a political party 2001 Aug.4  Putin meets Kim Jong Il



Moscow, Politics Human Rights Timeline ... See World Human Rights timeline Top ^
2017 Sep.29  Putin foe Alexei Navalny reportedly detained again 2014 Dec.30  Kremlin critic Navalny found guilty of fraud 2013 Jul.12  Snowden meets activists at airport 2012 Aug.17 Pussy Riot found guilty of hooliganism
2010 Dec.30  Khodorkovsky jail term increased Dec.27   Russian court finds Khodorkovsky guilty   A judge in Moscow has found former Russian oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky and his business partner guilty of corruption charges 2005 May.31   Khodorkovsky jailed for 9 years  Russian tycoon has been found guilty of an array of charges including fraud and tax evasion



Moscow, Politics Embassy Timeline ... See World Embassy timeline Top ^
2017 Sep.2  Russia condemns US 'plans' to search Washington trade mission Jul.30   Putin orders 755 US diplomatic staff to leave  Russian President has announced that 755 staff must leave US diplomatic missions, in retaliation for new US sanctions against Moscow Jul.17  Moscow demands US return seized mansions 2014 Apr.3  Russia recalls ambassador to NATO 2013 May.14 Russia orders expulsion of U.S. diplomat




Moscow, Politics Political Sanctions Timeline ... See World Political Sanctions timeline Top ^
2017 Aug.2  US sanctions are 'trade war' on Russia, says PM Medvedev 2015 Nov.26  Russia 'plans sanctions' against Turkey over jet downing 2008 Sep.2  Russia praises EU over sanctions



Moscow, Politics Talks Timeline ... See World Talks timeline Top ^
2015 Feb.6 Ukraine crisis: Leaders upbeat after Moscow talks
2014 Aug.31  Putin 'urges talks on statehood for east Ukraine' 2013 Dec.17 Ukraine, Russia sign economic deal despite protests 2012 Mar.25  Annan is 'last chance' for Syria 2007 Oct.12  Putin warns U.S. in missile talks



Moscow, Politics Royal Timeline ... See World Royal timeline Top ^
1878 Jun. 9, 1672 Peter the Great born  He expanded the Tsardom into a much larger empire and led a cultural revolution that replaced some of the traditionalist and medieval systems 1865 Jan. 16, 1547 First Russian Tsar, Ivan the Terrible, crowned   Ivan IV Vasilyevich was the Grand Prince of Moscow from 1533 to 1547 and Tsar of All the Russias from 1547 until his death



Moscow, Politics Political Leaders Timeline ... See World Political Leaders timeline Top ^
2016 Nov.14  Russia's Economy Minister Ulyukayev detained over 'bribe' Jan.26  Kremlin demands 'Putin corruption' proof 2015 Oct.11  Syria conflict: Putin defends Russia's air strikes Sep.27  Russia wants 'co-ordination' against IS Feb.28  Putin pledge on Nemtsov murder Feb.27 Russia opposition politician Boris Nemtsov shot dead Map of Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge Moscow Russia  An unidentified attacker in a car shot former Deputy Prime Minister four times in the back as he crossed a bridge in view of the Kremlin 2014 Jun.26  Putin aide calls Ukraine head 'Nazi' Mar.28  Putin calls Obama to discuss Ukraine Mar.4 Russia has no plans to annex Ukraine's Crimea 2010 Sep.27  Moscow's Mayor Luzhkov dismissed 2009 Jul.15  President Medvedev condemns killing 2008 May.7  Russia swears in new president 2007 Dec.10 Putin backs Medvedev as successor Sep.12  Putin names next prime minister 2004 Feb.24  Putin fires premier and Cabinet



Moscow, Politics Protest Timeline ... See World Protest timeline Top ^
2017 Oct.7  Protests for Navalny across Russia on Putin birthday Jun.12 Russia protests: Opposition leader Navalny sentenced
Jun.11  Navalny urges people to join anti-corruption protests Mar.26 Opposition leader Navalny arrested 2015 Mar.1 Nemtsov murder: Tens of thousands march in Moscow 2012 Jun.12  Putin opponents march in Moscow 2011 Dec.24  Thousands take to streets Dec.10 Russian protests biggest in years Dec.8  Putin blames Clinton for election unrest



Moscow, Politics Security Timeline ... See World Security timeline Top ^
2010 Aug.2   Russian fires prompt state of emergency
  Authorities have imposed a state of emergency around about 500 towns and villages because of wildfires burning across the west of the country
 700 fires are burning, covering about 450 square miles. Most of the fires were started accidentally by people burning garbage, dropping cigarettes, or failing to extinguish campfires or barbecues properly




Moscow, Politics Weapons of Mass Destruction Politics Timeline ... See World Weapons of Mass Destruction Politics timeline Top ^
2013 Aug.31  Putin challenges US on Syria claims 2010 Aug.13  Russia set to fuel Iran reactor 2006 Mar.7  US, Russia reject Iran compromise Jan.17  Iran crisis: World powers at odds



Moscow, Politics Obituary Timeline ... See World Obituary timeline Top ^
2008 Dec.5  Russia Orthodox Church's leader dies 2007 Apr.23 Russian ex-president Yeltsin dies   Boris Yeltsin was 76. In 1991 he famously triumphed against parliament hardliners in 1993. He had a history of heart trouble 1982 Nov. 10, 1982 Death of Leonid Brezhnev
Map of Mozhaysky District Moscow Oblast Russia
  He died aged 76 after suffering a heart attack following years of serious ailments. His death was officially acknowledged on 11 November
1953 Mar. 5, 1953 Death of Joseph Stalin Map of Kuntsevo Dacha Kuntsevo District Moscow Russia
  Stalin (18 December 1878[1] 5 March 1953, birth surname: Dzhugashvili) was the leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until his death




Moscow, Politics Parliament Timeline ... See World Parliament timeline Top ^
2014 Mar.1 Russia approves troops for Ukraine
2008 Dec.22  Lawmakers back six-year presidency Nov.21 Russia extends presidential term  The parliament approved a constitutional amendment Friday to extend the presidential term from four to six years