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Treason trial of Russian American woman opens as tensions rise between Washington and Moscow

Ellensburg Daily Record 21 Jun 2024
The trial of a Russian American dual citizen whom Russia accuses of treason has opened as tensions rise between Washington and Moscow. The trial began behind closed doors on Thursday in Yekaterinburg, in the same court that next week is ....
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Moscow Court Extends Detention of Ex-Deputy Defense Minister Ivanov

Moscow Times 20 Jun 2024
Moscow’s Basmanny Court approved a request from investigators to hold Ivanov, an ally of former Defense Minister and current Russian Security Council head Sergei Shoigu, in police custody until Sept.
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Urals Court Opens Treason Trial Against Dual U.S.-Russian Citizen

Moscow Times 20 Jun 2024
Karelina gave a wistful smile to reporters in court as she sat in the defendant's cage, as seen in a video published by the regional court ... On Wednesday, a court in Russia's Far East sentenced a U.S ... Court cases , United States.
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Putin in Vietnam, seeking to strengthen ties in Southeast Asia while Russia’s isolation deepens

Asahi News 20 Jun 2024
In 2023, the International Criminal Court in Hague issued an arrest warrant for Putin for war crimes. The Kremlin rejected it as “null and void,” stressing that Moscow doesn’t recognize the court’s jurisdiction.
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Putin in Vietnam, seeking to strengthen ties in Southeast Asia while Russia's isolation deepens

Chatanooga Times Free Press 20 Jun 2024
In 2023, the International Criminal Court in Hague issued an arrest warrant for Putin for war crimes. The Kremlin rejected it as "null and void," stressing that Moscow doesn't recognize the court's jurisdiction.
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English courts stand their ground against Russian injunctions

The Times/The Sunday Times 20 Jun 2024
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in 2022 changed the dynamic, and figures show that the number of Russians litigating in the London commercial court has tumbled ... After the invasion, Moscow discouraged ...
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Putin arrives in Vietnam to strengthen ties as Russia’s isolation deepens

The Irish Times 20 Jun 2024
In 2023, the International Criminal Court in Hague issued an arrest warrant for Mr Putin for war crimes. The Kremlin rejected it as “null and void,” stressing that Moscow does not recognise the court’s jurisdiction.
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Russian President Putin visits Vietnam to bolster strategic partnership amidst growing international isolation

Hindustan Times 20 Jun 2024
In 2023, the International Criminal Court in Hague issued an arrest warrant for Putin for war crimes. The Kremlin rejected it as “null and void,” stressing that Moscow doesn’t recognize the court's jurisdiction.
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Putin signs deals with Vietnam in bid to shore up ties in Asia

North Shore News 20 Jun 2024
In 2023, the International Criminal Court in Hague issued an arrest warrant for Putin for war crimes. The Kremlin rejected it as “null and void,” stressing that Moscow doesn’t recognize the court's jurisdiction.
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US soldier convicted in Russia for altercation with girlfriend

NWA Online 20 Jun 2024
MOSCOW -- A court in Russia's far eastern city of Vladivostok on Wednesday convicted a visiting American soldier of stealing and making threats of murder and sentenced him to three years and nine months in prison ... .
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Treason trial of Russian American woman opens amid rising tensions

The Lewiston Tribune 20 Jun 2024
The trial of a Russian American dual citizen whom Russia accuses of treason opened amid rising tensions between Washington and Moscow. The trial began behind closed doors on Thursday in Yekaterinburg, in the same court that next week is to ... .
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Russian-American woman on trial for treason over $50 pro-Ukraine donation

The Guardian 20 Jun 2024
... charity, in the latest court case to raise tensions between Washington and Moscow.
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Tajik Detained Over Mass Food Poisoning In Moscow

Radio Free Europe 20 Jun 2024
A Moscow court on June 19 ordered Tajik national Karim Normatov to be held in pretrial detention for two months over a mass food ...
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Russian Teacher Gets 20 Years In Prison For Transferring Cash To Ukraine

Radio Free Europe 20 Jun 2024
A military court in Moscow on June 20 sentenced schoolteacher Daniil Klyuka from the western city of Lipetsk to 20 years in prison on ...
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Putin signs deals with Vietnam in bid to shore up ties in Asia to offset ...

Springfield News-Sun 20 Jun 2024
The Kremlin rejected the warrant as "null and void," stressing that Moscow doesn't recognize the court's jurisdiction ... “It has to carefully calibrate what it does with Russia in an environment of rising tensions between Washington and Moscow.".
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