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Oil prices were mixed on Tuesday as concerns about global crude oil demand and uncertainty over the latest round of U.S.-China trade talks countered investor optimism around tightening supplies. Brent crude slipped 5 cents to settle at $66.45 a barrel, hovering below its 2019 high of $66.83 reached on Monday.
Google is reported to have "satisfied" the Russian communications regulator over demands it censor people's web searches. Roskomnadzor has sent repeated requests to Google requiring it to route Russian citizens' web searches through a government filtering system. Mr Zharov's comments appear to mean Google is no longer facing punishment in Russia for refusing to comply with censorship regulation.
The Kremlin said on Thursday that Russia's economy could cope with any new U.S. sanctions, adding that it had demonstrated macroeconomic stability and even achieved growth while facing punitive measures ...
Russian President Vladimir Putin has agreed to a proposal from BP CEO Robert Dudley to hold a meeting with heads of British companies working in Russia, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on ...
President Vladimir Putin has proposed discussions on further cooperation with Russia to BP chief executive Robert Dudley, including on projects by Rosneft, Interfax quoted the Kremlin as saying on Thursday. ...
Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet BP's chief executive Robert Dudley in Moscow on Thursday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters. BP holds a 19.75 stake in Russia's largest oil producer ...
Russia's largest oil producer Rosneft said on Tuesday the political upheaval in Venezuela was only temporary, while the country had cut its debt, and expected its own total oil output to grow in 2019. Kremlin (IOB: 0Q8D.IL - news) -controlled Rosneft's operations in Venezuela have come into focus as the country has plunged into political turmoil and the United States imposed sanctions on state oil company PDVSA last week.
Major European nations joined the United States in recognising opposition leader Juan Guaido as Venezuela's interim president on Monday, heightening a global showdown over Nicolas Maduro's socialist rule. ...
Russia's state communications regulator said on Thursday that the BBC World News channel had committed "certain violations" while operating in Russia, Russian news agencies reported. Russia said last month it was launching an investigation into the BBC in response to pressure it said London was applying on a Kremlin (IOB: 0Q8D.IL - news) -funded broadcaster's operations in Britain. The regulator, Roskomnadzor, said on Thursday it was now deciding how to proceed further in the case, the TASS news agency reported.
Russia expects Venezuela will probably have problems servicing its sovereign debt to Moscow, Russia's Deputy Finance Minister said on Tuesday, after Washington imposed sweeping sanctions on Venezuela's state oil firm in a move the Kremlin (IOB: 0Q8D.IL - news) called illegal. The Trump administration on Monday imposed restrictions on the PDVSA oil company, aimed at curbing the OPEC member's crude exports to the United States and at pressuring socialist President Nicolas Maduro to step down.
Britain on Monday welcomed European Union sanctions against Russia's GRU military intelligence agency, saying it sent a tough message to the Kremlin (IOB: 0Q8D.IL - news) after a chemical attack against a former British spy in an English cathedral city. "Today's new sanctions deliver on our vow to take tough action against the reckless and irresponsible activities of the Russian military intelligence organisation, the GRU, which put innocent British citizens in serious danger in Salisbury last year," Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said. Britain has blamed GRU for sending two agents to kill Sergei Skripal — himself a former GRU spy — with a nerve agent sprayed on his door.
Russia's state communications regulator said it has sent the BBC a second demand for documents about its ownership because the information the British public broadcaster provided was not "exhaustive", ...
Russian communications regulator Roskomnadzor has sent repeated requests to Google requiring it to route its citizens' web searches through a government filtering system, according to reports. A law passed in Russia last year requires search engines to be connected to the federal state information system (FGIS) allowing the Kremlin (IOB: 0Q8D.IL - news) to censor the websites which its citizens can access. Roskomnadzor spokesman Vadim Ampelonsky told Russian news agency Interfax that the regulator did not record information on citizens' search results.
The United States has warned German companies involved in the Russian-led Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline that they could face sanctions if they stick with the project. U.S. President Donald Trump has accused Germany of being a "captive" of Moscow because of its reliance on Russian energy and urged it to halt work on the $11 billion gas pipeline.
Russia's state communications regulator said on Thursday the BBC had published material that propagated the ideas of a terrorist group and that it was investigating whether the British public broadcaster had broken Russian law. Russia said last month it was launching an investigation into the BBC in response to pressure it said London was applying on a Kremlin (IOB: 0Q8D.IL - news) -funded broadcaster's operations in Britain. The broadcasters have been drawn into a bitter row between London and Moscow that erupted last year over the poisoning of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter in England.
President Vladimir Putin opened Russia's first liquefied natural gas (LNG) floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) on Tuesday, saying it bolsters the country's energy security. The Marshal Vasilevskiy FSRU has been set up in Kaliningrad, wedged between European Union members Poland and Lithuania, by Russian energy giant Gazprom to bypass pipeline gas deliveries via Lithuania in case transit is disrupted. Moscow's decision to set up the FSRU was in part to reduce gas transit risks to Kaliningrad, home to a Baltic Fleet base, as the EU steps up efforts to reduce its dependency on Russia, a Kremlin (IOB: 0Q8D.IL - news) -published transcript of Putin's speech said.
WikiLeaks on Sunday advised journalists not to report 140 different "false and defamatory" statements about its founder Julian Assange, who has been holed up in the Ecuadorean embassy in London since June 2012. It was not immediately clear what prompted the advice to media organisations, but WikiLeaks singled out Britain's Guardian newspaper for publishing what it said was a false report about Assange. The Guardian did not immediately respond late on Sunday to a Reuters request for comment.
LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 28 (Reuters) - Moscow and London have reached an agreement to return some staff to their respective embassies after they expelled dozens of diplomats early this year, the Russian embassy said on Friday. The British Foreign Office and the Russian Foreign Ministry were not immediately available for comment. "We have reached a general agreement that we will start to restore diplomatic staff in Moscow and in London some time in January," the TASS news agency earlier quoted Russia's ambassador to London Alexander Yakovenko as saying in a television interview.
MOSCOW, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 21 (Reuters) - Russia's media regulator said on Friday it had launched an investigation into the activities of British public broadcaster the BBC, a move it described as a response to pressure being put on a Russian TV channel in Britain. Roskomnadzor, the regulator, said in a statement it was looking into the activities of the BBC World News channel and BBC internet sites to see if they complied with Russian law. It said its checks were in response to a decision by British media regulator Ofcom, which on Thursday said that Russian broadcaster RT had broken impartiality rules in some of its news and current affairs programmes.
MOSCOW, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 21 (Reuters) - The Kremlin can only welcome Russian aluminium giant Rusal (HKSE: 0486-OL.HK - news) succeeding in minimising the impact of U.S. sanctions, Kremlin (IOB: 0Q8D.IL - news) spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Friday. On Wednesday, the U.S. Treasury said it would lift sanctions on the core empire of Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska, including Rusal and its parent En+, as they have agreed to restructure to reduce Deripaska's stakes. The deal is a corporate matter for Rusal only, Peskov said, when asked whether the Kremlin had approved it.
The Kremlin said on Friday that an investigation into the BBC's work in Russia was a response to Britain's treatment of Russia's RT TV channel and called some BBC reports tendentious and politically-motivated. ...
Kremlin (IOB: 0Q8D.IL - news) -funded news organisation RT (Russia Today) broadcast biased material following the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, Ofcom has ruled. Broadcasting regulator Ofcom is considering whether to impose a statutory sanction against RT, which could see the broadcaster's licence revoked. A spokesperson for Ofcom told Sky News: "Our investigations found that RT failed to maintain due impartiality in seven news and current affairs programmes over a six-week period.
The British government and the Bank of England are expected to sound the alarm bell today on the dire impact of a no-deal Brexit, something Prime Minister Theresa May will be able to use to push the argument for her Brexit deal with Brussels. How convincing this will be remains to be seen: hard Brexiters have already branded the exercise a repeat of what they called the "Project Fear" negative message of the 2016 Remain campaign, so it may merely reinforce their determination to resist. Washington has entered the fray in the Russian-Ukraine naval row, calling on Europe to do more to help Kiev in what Donald Trump has labelled a Russian "aggression".
The Ministry of Defence heaped praise on Colonel-General Igor Korobov, 62, who had run the spy agency, best known as the GRU, since 2016, saying he had been made a Hero of Russia for his service in the post, the highest state award. "The loving memory of this wonderful person, a true son of Russia, a patriot of the Fatherland Colonel-General Igor Valentinovich Korobov will always be in our hearts," the ministry said in a statement.
The government is failing to deliver on promises to protect the UK's critical national infrastructure (CNI) from cyber attacks, a report from a parliamentary committee has warned. The threat to critical infrastructure, including the power grid, is growing, the committee reported, with some states -"especially Russia" - starting to explore ways of disrupting CNI. In a joint technical alert issued earlier this year, security agencies in the US and UK accused the Kremlin (IOB: 0Q8D.IL - news) of being behind an ongoing hacking campaign targeting CNI in both countries.