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Twitterati pounce on MSNBC for sending reporter to pester Mueller near church on Easter Sunday

Russiagate-obsessed news network MSNBC sent one of its journalists to talk to the one person in a position to feed the dying hopes that the now-public Mueller report still holds the key to ousting President Donald Trump.


No illusions, but there are chances Russian PM on Ukraine elections and bilateral relations

Ukrainian president-elect Volodymyr Zelensky won’t change his campaign rhetoric about Russia, but there is a real chance for Moscow-Kiev ties to improve after the election, according to Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev.


Unique surgery: Russian hospital performs first successful lungs and liver transplant

It took several teams of doctors, three organs, and a 16-hour surgery at a Moscow hospital to give a second chance at life to a nine-year-old boy who suffers from a genetic disease.


Approval of Russiarsquo Internet protection...

Russia’s Federation Council has approved a bill designed to ensure the sustainable, autonomous operation of Runet – the Russian segment of internet – in case of a global shutdown or a deliberate cut-off.


The perfect storm that could drive oil even higher

After rallying more than 30 percent year to date, oil prices could be set for a further upside in coming weeks as a combination of near-term bullish supply-side factors could push prices higher than current levels.




Iranian President Rouhani declares joint border lsquo;reaction forcersquo; with Pakistan

Iran and Pakistan share a 959km land border. Tehran has been complaining for years about recurring attacks by Pakistani militants on Iranian security forces, with the latest episode reported in February.


White Collar Watch: Elizabeth Warren Wants to Make It Easier to Prosecute Executives

Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts at a campaign stop in New Hampshire last month.


Tesla to Investigate Car That Appeared to Burst Into Flames in Shanghai

SHANGHAI — The electric-car maker Tesla said on Monday that it had sent a team to investigate why one of its cars appeared to spontaneously combust in Shanghai over the weekend, an incident that the authorities said left no one hurt.


Japanese Prosecutors Bring New Charge Against Carlos Ghosn

TOKYO — Japanese prosecutors on Monday formally charged Carlos Ghosn, the former head of the Nissan-Renault auto alliance, with breach of trust, piling a new count of financial impropriety onto his existing charges in a move that adds pressure on him and ensures he remains jailed.Mr.


Trump sues to block Democratsrsquo; subpoena to look into his personal finances

US President Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit to block a subpoena issued by the chairman of the US House Oversight Committee, which is seeking information about his personal and business finances.


Ukraine election reality TV: Puppets and chopped-off hands in final debate warm-up

As the pre-election debate in the surreal Ukrainian presidential race draws close, comedian Volodymyr Zelensky and incumbent Petro Poroshenko are warming up before a final debate, cranking up the levels of absurdity.




The report still does not have any substantiated evidence of Russias...

The newly released redacted version of the Mueller report contains no proof or new information on alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 US election, the Kremlin’s spokesman has said.


All roads lead to China: 17 Arab countries join Beijingrsquo;s new Silk Road

Beijing has inked cooperation deals on its multi-trillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) with 17 Arab countries, state-run Xinhua News Agency reported, citing the results of a joint Sino-Arab forum.


Business Quietly Returns to Saudi Arabia After Khashoggi s Murder

LONDON — Six months after agents from Saudi Arabia murdered and dismembered the writer Jamal Khashoggi, companies are no longer shying away from the Arab kingdom.The movie theater giant AMC says it is moving ahead with ambitious expansion plans for dozens of cinemas there.


Pinterest Prices I.P.O. at $19 a Share, for a $12.7 Billion Valuation

SAN FRANCISCO — Pinterest on Wednesday priced its shares at $19 each for its initial public offering, in a sign of healthy demand by investors after the appetite for fast-growing but money-losing tech companies appeared to be on the wane.