MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russian parliament's upper house recorded a number of attempts from other countries to prevent democratic presidential elections and will submit a report listing facts of such attempts by early May, chairman of the Federation Council International Affairs Committee Konstantin Kosachev said Sunday.
This Sunday, almost 111 million Russian citizens vote for the country's next president, while the results of the vote will be announced tomorrow.
Russian citizens are voting for the country’s next president, who will lead the country for the next six years. There are over 108 million eligible voters in Russia and nearly 2 million people can vote abroad. Radio Sputnik spoke with Dr. Anuradha Chenoy, professor at the Centre for Russian and Central Asian Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Jaysh Tahrir al-Sham rebels have shot down a regime warplane over the Eastern Qalamoon mountains after launching a new wave of attack, Free Syrian Army reported.
Information about a cutting-edge piece of military tech surfaced in China and on social media after being shown by a Chinese TV channel. Video footage depicts Type 59 based tank, seemingly controlled via a computer terminal.
Pfizer Inc. has awarded its CEO a staggering 61-percent pay raise as the world’s third-largest drug company jacks up prices on hundreds of excessively-profitable medications.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania revealed a connection between US President Donald Trump’s campaign rallies during the 2016 election and violence in cities in which the rallies took place.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said that the closure of the consulate in Russia’s “northern capital” will deprive ordinary Russians of opportunities to apply for visas. The closure of the consulate was Moscow’s reaction to the expulsion of Russian diplomats from the UK over allegations of Russian involvement in the poisoning of ex-spy.
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