Russian President Vladimir Putin

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Clashes erupt as Islamist militants attack Grozny, 20 dead

The clashes dented the stable image created by Chechnya’s strongman after two separatist conflicts.

Putin blames others for exploiting Ukraine crash

Putin says the tragedy is being used for others’ “mercenary objectives,” although he does not say specifically who.

Merkel to Putin: Use influence to achieve ceasefire in Ukraine

Merkel had underlined the importance of a ceasefire to carry out an investigation into the air disaster.

Barack Obama, Francois Hollande call on Putin to pressure Ukraine rebels

Obama and Hollande called for a meeting “as quickly as possible with separatist elements.

Leaders to meet Putin after G7 sanctions warning

In March, US and its most important allies retaliated for Putin’s military occupation and subsequent annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula.

Putin to discuss Ukraine crisis with France’s Hollande on June 5

This will be Putin’s first meeting with the head of government or state of a major Western power since Russia’s annexation of Crimea.

Looking forward to work closely with Modi: Vladimir Putin

“I have met him (Modi). I am going to work with him closely,” Putin said.

Protesters in east Ukraine storm prosecutor office

Hundreds of onlookers accompanying the protesters, who included several crying children, shouted slogans and hurled abuse.

Moscow calling

The ‘diplomatic off-ramp’ is the best means of resolving the tensions in Ukraine.

India not to support Western sanctions against Russia

India has never supported unilateral sanctions against any country e.g Iraq or Iran, sources in the government said.

Putin calls PM, thanks India’s ‘objectivity’

During the 20-minute telephone conversation, Singh thanked Putin for explaining the Russian position.

Pollyanna, John Wayne and Kissinger

Obama has been accused of being all three in foreign policy decisions this month.

Turkish PM tells Putin crisis must be solved by Ukrainians

Erdogan told Putin that it is foremost the responsibility of Ukrainians to resolve the country’s crisis.

Ukraine crisis: Russian President Putin calls off snap drill, asks troops to return to permanent bases

Putin on February 26 ordered snap combat readiness drills involving thousands of troop.

Putin takes on West over Ukraine, pins blame for stirring passions in Kiev

While Moscow has put 150,000 troops on high alert near Ukraine’s border, it has shown no signs of sending them back.