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Russia calls for joint investigation in Skripal case

Russia calls for joint investigation in Skripal case

Russians say they destroyed all chemical weapons programs in 1992, other countries may be making the Novichok nerve agent.

Russia: May’s account of Skripal case is a fairy tale

Russia: May’s account of Skripal case is a fairy tale

Russian FM Sergey Lavrov says the UK should hand over samples of the chemical agent for international inspection.

Russia: Africa to come into focus in 2018

Russia: Africa to come into focus in 2018

Russian FM Lavrov says that South Africa's hosting of the 2018 BRICS Summit will zero in on African development.

Take us seriously, Putin boasts ‘super-weapons’

Take us seriously, Putin boasts ‘super-weapons’

Putin says the West has failed to hold Russia back as he unveils new advanced, undetectable super-weapons.

Syria death toll rises despite UNSC resolution

Syria death toll rises despite UNSC resolution

Russian President Vladimir Putin orders a pause in fighting and the creation of a humanitarian corridor in Ghouta.

UNSC agrees to Syria Resolution

UNSC agrees to Syria Resolution

Russian Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia accused the US of having occupying ambitions in Syria.

UN to vote on urgent help for Syria’s Eastern Ghouta

UN to vote on urgent help for Syria’s Eastern Ghouta

Russia blames Islamist armed groups for continued fighting; the US says the onus is on the "barbaric" government.

Lavrov: US actions could break up Syria

Lavrov: US actions could break up Syria

He also warned Israel and Iran not to use Syria for their proxy conflict

Russia considers response to Olympic bans

Russia considers response to Olympic bans

Members of the Russian State Duma said they are preparing an official response to the IOC and CAS.

IOC bars 15 Russian athletes from Olympics in S Korea

IOC bars 15 Russian athletes from Olympics in S Korea

The IOC said that WADA had provided additional evidence of their complicity, but did not provide it to the public.