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China, Russia praise US-N Korea Summit

China, Russia praise US-N Korea Summit

"It was not easy getting here," Kim told reporters.

Xi awards Putin highest honor

Xi awards Putin highest honor

It is the first time the Friendship medal is awarded to a foreign dignitary in this category.

Abe, Putin discuss upgrading economic activity on Kurils

Abe, Putin discuss upgrading economic activity on Kurils

Japan hopes increased economic activity and prosperity will persuade the Russians to sign a peace treaty to end WWII.

Macron, Putin discuss Iran, Syria, Ukraine

Macron, Putin discuss Iran, Syria, Ukraine

"I believe that we can find solutions and work together on all the issues," Macron told Putin.

Modi meets Putin in ‘informal’ meeting in Sochi

Modi meets Putin in ‘informal’ meeting in Sochi

One of the more important issues to dominate talks is the conclusion of Russian arms exports to India,

Putin: Russia to modernize nuclear deterrents

Putin: Russia to modernize nuclear deterrents

One such new program is the S-500 surface-to-air anti-missile system which builds on the success of the current S-400 system.

Israel kills dozens of Palestinians, US embassy moves to Jerusalem

Israel kills dozens of Palestinians, US embassy moves to Jerusalem

At least 52 Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire during protests against the move of the embassy to Jerusalem.

Merkel, Putin discuss ways to save Iran deal

Merkel, Putin discuss ways to save Iran deal

Reports say the European Union is considering blocking US sanctions over Iran.

Russia “deeply disappointed” at US exit from historic Iran deal

Russia “deeply disappointed” at US exit from historic Iran deal

This is not the first time the Trump administration has violated an international agreement.

China congratulates Putin on his inauguration as Russian President

China congratulates Putin on his inauguration as Russian President

Trade between BRICS allies China and Russia has increased about 30 per cent in the first quarter of 2018, according to Chinese officials.