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Summary.     Click for More > Boris Yeltsin buried Putin gives no hint on successor Ex-KGB spy: UK tried to recruit me Putin warns Europe in missile row  Russian President: Moscow may target weapons at Europe if the US builds missile defence facilities in the region Russia withdraws from arms treaty Russia expels 4 British diplomats Russia bomber flights 'permanent' Putin names next prime minister Putin eyes prime minister's job Putin warns U.S. in missile talks Rice holds Russia rights meetings Rice attacks Kremlin's power grip Putin told of 'assassination bid' 'Chessboard killer' guilty 'Chess Killer' sentenced to life  Serial murderer Alexander Pichushkin was given the maximum sentence of life in prison and ordered to undergo psychiatric therapy Putin attacks 'jackal' opponents Kasparov held at anti-Kremlin rally Putin party leads Russia polls  United Russia has won a landslide victory in nationwide elections and had 63.3% of the vote, followed by the Communists at 11.3% Monitors denounce Russia election Putin: Vote victory is a mandate   Putin backs Medvedev as successor  Russian president has thrown his support behind deputy prime minister to replace him when he steps down as the country's leader next year
Kasparov held at Russian demo Russian ex-president Yeltsin dies
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  Boris Yeltsin was 76. In 1991 he famously triumphed against parliament hardliners in 1993. He had a history of heart trouble.    Yeltsin became Russia's first democratically elected head of state after Gorbachev resigned as Soviet leader in 1991. He defender of democracy when in August 1991 he mounted a tank in Moscow. ...
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 Iran high on agenda for Hu, Putin
Mar.30  Putin rejects call to serve longer


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Apr.8  Safin the hero for holders Russia
Apr.13  Report: Berezovsky calls for coup
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  Boris Yeltsin was 76. In 1991 he famously triumphed against parliament hardliners in 1993. He had a history of heart trouble
 Yeltsin became Russia's first democratically elected head of state after Gorbachev resigned as Soviet leader in 1991. He defender of democracy when in August 1991 he mounted a tank in Moscow. Yeltsin ordered tanks to fire on parliament in 1993, when the building was occupied by hardline political opponents. He presided over mass privatization and launched the war in Chechnya in 1994
Putin leads tributes to Yeltsin Apr.24 Russians pay respects to Yeltsin Apr.25   Boris Yeltsin buried   The coffin was carried to it's final resting place at the Novodevichye cemetery on the shoulders of elite honor guard Apr.26     Putin gives no hint on successor  In state of the nation address: Russia may stop implementing a key defence treaty because of concerns over US plans for a missile shield in ... Apr.27 Putin steps up missiles warning  Russian maestro Rostropovich dies

May 2007 ... more > Top ^
May.2  Estonia shuts consulate May.9  Malkin steers Russia to semifinals May.12  Koivu sends Finns into world final May.13 Canadians lift world hockey championship
May.14  Rice scorns 'new Cold War' talk May.15 Rice: US to go ahead with missile plans May.27  Police detain gay activists May.31     Ex-KGB spy: UK tried to recruit me   Andrei Lugovoy, charged by Britain with murdering Litvinenko is saying UK intelligence and a Russian multi-millionaire were far more likely ... Putin accuses U.S. of new arms race

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Jun.3     Putin warns Europe in missile row
  Russian President: Moscow may target weapons at Europe if the US builds missile defence facilities in the region.    Putin said Iran was not a threat to the...
Jun.7  Moscow 'to cut migrant workers' Jun.9  Russia warns US on missile plan

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Jul.4  Russia issues new missile threat Jul.14   Russia withdraws from arms treaty
  Russia suspended its participation in a key arms control treaty that governs deployment of troops in Europe Jul.16 Russia warns UK over expulsions Jul.19     Russia expels 4 British diplomats   Russia has announced the tit-for-tat expulsion amid a mounting diplomatic row over Moscow's refusal to hand over a suspect in Litvinenko dea... New UK PM blamed for Russia row Jul.31 Russia downgrades ties with Hamas

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Aug.9 Russia accuses Georgia over attack
Aug.13 'Maniac' on trial for 49 murders Aug.17   Russia bomber flights 'permanent'  President Putin said Russia sent 14 aircraft on patrols far beyond its own territory, marking the permanent return to a Soviet-era practice Aug.27 10 held over Politkovskaya murder

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Sep.12     Putin names next prime minister
  Russian President has accepted the resignation of Fradkov and nominated Victor Zubkov, a financial crime investigator to replace him Sep.14 Serial killer lured victims with vodka
Sep.15 Reporter killing: Chechen 'held'

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Oct.1     Putin eyes prime minister's job  Russian President has raised the possibility of becoming a future prime minister by agreeing to enter the December parliamentary polls Oct.3 Russia marks 50 years of Sputnik
Oct.10 Putin, Sarkozy bridge gap on Iran Oct.12     Putin warns U.S. in missile talks  Addressing Secretary of State Rice and Defense Secretary Gates, the Russian president appeared to mock the U.S. missile defense plan US rejects Russian missile call     Rice holds Russia rights meetings
  US Secretary of State is meeting human rights activists as she continues a Russian visit that has so far been coolly received Oct.13     Rice attacks Kremlin's power grip  US Secretary of State has voiced concern about Russia's direction by saying too much power is concentrated within the Kremlin  Ibragimov denies 5th heavyweight belt Oct.14   Putin told of 'assassination bid'
  The Russian President has been warned of a plot to assassinate him during a visit to Iran this week Oct.15 Putin's visit to Iran to go ahead Oct.17  England sunk by Pavluchenko double Oct.18 Putin: U.S. in Iraq is 'pointless' Oct.20 Gorbachev sets up political movement Oct.24   'Chessboard killer' guilty   Alexander Pichushkin, shop assistant, has been found guilty of 48 murders, which he once said he recorded on a chessboard Oct.29   'Chess Killer' sentenced to life
  Serial murderer Alexander Pichushkin was given the maximum sentence of life in prison and ordered to undergo psychiatric therapy
Oct.31 Russia 'curbing poll observers'

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Nov.15 Oil spill may take months to clear
Nov.21   Putin attacks 'jackal' opponents  The president has accused opposition of scavenging like jackals for funds from foreign embassies and the West of meddling in Russian politic... Nov.24   Kasparov held at anti-Kremlin rally  Riot police detained opposition protesters, including former chess champion, after the rally of a few thousand people Nov.26 Election date confirmed Putin says US behind poll boycott

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Dec.2   Putin party leads Russia polls
  United Russia has won a landslide victory in nationwide elections and had 63.3% of the vote, followed by the Communists at 11.3%
 2 other pro-Kremlin parties looked set to pass the 7% threshold needed to win seats. Turnout has been 60%. UR's leader, Gryzlov, acknowledged there had been violations but dismissed them as insignificant.
Dec.3   Monitors denounce Russia election
  Foreign observers have said that parliamentary election, won by President Putin's party, was 'not fair'   Putin: Vote victory is a mandate  Russian President has declared his party's parliamentary victory a mandate to cement power, according to remarks made on TV Dec.10     Putin backs Medvedev as successor
  Russian president has thrown his support behind deputy prime minister to replace him when he steps down as the country's leader next year.    Dmitry Medvedev was nominated by Putin's United Russia Party and three other pro-Kremlin ...
Dec.17 Putin: I will agree to become PM