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Russia has called for a renewed end to fighting in the war-torn Syrian city of Aleppo. The announcement came the same day a human rights group criticized the UN for favoring the Syrian government.
Russia have been heavily punished by UEFA for the behavior of their fans at Euro 2016. It is the right decision, but also one that is only made in the worst case scenarios, writes DW’s Jens Krepela.
Russia’s national football team has been given a suspended disqualification from Euro 2016 by UEFA due to fan violence. The team was also handed a 150,000 euro fine.
A French prosecutor has confirmed that 20 people have been arrested following violence in Marseille. Russia and England have been threatened with suspension, if the violence continues
Football played second-fiddle for most of the day following violent clashes outside of the Veledrome. But despite their superiority on the park, England couldn’t see out the win with Russia equalizing late on.
Russia’s response to the recent doping allegations shows that the country is living in a parallel universe. This increasingly resembles the old Soviet Union and forces Russians into isolation, writes Juri Rescheto.
Tourism revenue declined from $7.3bn in 2014 to $6.1bn in 2015 after the inflow of Russian, European tourists came to a halt
The Egyptian side is taking the Russian recommendations seriously, says Neradko
Not long ago, Poland was the largest apple exporter in Europe. But since the 2014 retaliatory embargo imposed on some Polish foodstuffs by Russia, exports have plummeted, as Jo Harper reports from Warsaw.
Opinion writers, more so than their hard news brethren, have a running conversation with the reader. Ideally, that monologue is, paradoxically, a dialogue in the writer’s mind, with the goal being to clarify a muddy picture for the reader. Objectivity, is not a goal per se for anyone. So you look, you feel, you analyse, …
Following the dismissal of RBC chief editors, Russia’s critical media threatens to grow even smaller. The media group had a high profile, not least due to its research on the Panama Papers.
Report details the changing market trends in the hospitality market in Cairo, Alexandria, Hurghada, and Sharm El-Sheikh, which comprise the four biggest centres of tourism and development
The station includes four 1200 MW capacity power units to be implemented over 7 years
Minister of electricity’s visit to Moscow solved sticking points in the agreement, and the British consulting office will review the contract’s items, says official
The decision is based on a recommendation from the German experts that reviewed security in Sharm El Sheikh Airport in March
Vladimir Putin was on Red Square and oversaw the parade where Russia displayed its military hardware. Our Moscow Correspondent Emma Burrows was there and watched as weapons rolled through the center of Moscow.
Ranking Country Team Time Points Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes 1:32:41.997 25 Lewis Hamilton Great Brittan Mercedes +25.022s 18 Kimi Räikkönen Finland Ferrari +31.998s 15 Valtteri Bottas Finland Williams +50.217s 12 Felipe Massa Brazil Williams +74.427s 10
As part of his Europe-Russia tour, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin on May 6. The two are expected to address the territorial row besetting the bilateral ties. Martin Fritz reports.
A facial recognition app has been used to maliciously unveil the identities of Russian sex workers. Digital rights experts have warned that such technologies may undermine any semblance of privacy in the near future.
Riyad Hijab, head of the opposition’s Supreme Negotiations Committee, criticized UN envoy to Syria Staffan de Mistura saying violence has increased since he took the position
The delegation will inspect security procedures for passengers and luggage, and security measures taken on EgyptAir flights to the United States
80 individuals from NPPA are trained to work in plants similar to El-Dabaa nuclear power plant, says Hartsock
Russia has accused Turkey of using three humanitarian organizations to funnel weapons and supplies to IS and other jihadist groups in Syria. Moscow also called for Turkey close the porous border to extremists.
The first units of Russian military experts have arrived in Syria to remove explosive devices left behind by the “Islamic State” (“IS”) group in Palmyra. The de-mining of archeological sites might take several months.
Russia cited its absence in preparing the summit’s agenda as reason for not participating
The hijacking incident could push the ongoing decline in tourism, officials say
We have reached the final stage of negotiations, says Bogdanov
Russia has called on the West to unite with it in the fight against Islamist terror. DW spoke with Russian Deputy Defense Minister Antonov about Moscow’s role in the “war on terror” and its defense strategy.
Flights to Egypt will resume after Russia’s security demands are met, says Sokolov