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Putin Likely to Run as Independent in 2018 Election

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President Vladimir Putin will likely run as an independent candidate in presidential elections next year to capitalize on his widespread public support, news outlet RBC reported, citing three sources close to the Kremlin.
Running as an independent would allow Putin to position himself as a candidate for all Russians, taking advantage of his high approval rating, which is greater than support for United Russia, the majority party, the sources told RBC.


Bad Weather Blamed for Moscow’s Summer Sadness

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An unusually cold summer is partially responsible for a spike in Muscovites calling in for psychological help, RT reported, citing the director of the Moscow Psychological Aid Service Nina Petrochenko.
The service received a total of 3,870 queries in June 2017, a 14 percent increase compared to the same month in 2016.
The number of those with suicidal thoughts has also almost doubled, Petrochenko said, with 23 such appeals made this June.


Russian parliament could make bride abduction a criminal offence

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If implemented, the new legislation might help eradicate the bride abduction “tradition” which still exists in some regions of Russia.
On Wednesday, the parliament of Russia’s Republic of Ingushetia submitted a draft bill to the State Duma, suggesting a three-year imprisonment penalty for kidnapping women and forcing them into marriage.
Russia’s Criminal Code includes an article regarding human abduction, which carries a prison sentence of up to fifteen years, depending the consequences and if it was committed by more than one man.


Russian lawmakers seek to bar children under 14 from social networks

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Russian children under 14 could effectively be banned from using social media networks under a new draft bill prepared by the legislative assembly in the country’s Leningrad Region.
According to the draft, owners of social network platforms would have to register new users only after they provide their passport data.The bill would apply to Russian and foreign citizens alike, with lawmakers also proposing fines of between 100,000 and 300,000 rubles (about US$1,700–$5,260) for companies that fail to observe the ruling. Users who provide false passport data for registration could face fines of between 1,000 and 3,000 rubles ($17–$53).


Idea of female president supported by one-third of Russians – poll

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About 33 percent of Russians support having a female president, but the percentage of opponents of this idea has increased over the past year, independent polling center Levada reports.
The poll, conducted in mid-February this year, also showed that the share of Russians who dislike the general idea of women being actively engaged in politics grew from 20 percent a year ago to 30 percent. The share of Russians who said that women should not assume senior state positions grew from 28 to 38 percent, and the share of those who preferred equal representation of the sexes dropped from 64 to 56 percent.


Yandex Offices in Kiev and Odessa

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The Security Services of Ukraine (SBU) raided the offices of Russian tech company Yandex in UKranian cities Kiev and Odessa today. «There are representatives of the Ukrainian Security Services in our Kiev and Odessa offices,» a company representative told the TASS news agency. «We do not have information about why they are there.» A SBU spokesperson said Yandex was being investigated for «treason.» The raids come after Yandex and other Russian websites were blocked in Ukraine May 16. Yandex and Russian social media sites VKontakte and Odnoklassniki were blocked under the orders signed by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. In addition to search engines and social media, Ukraine has blocked Russian television channels and online services including Mail.ru. Millions of Ukrainians use the web services.
The Moscow Times


Moldova Expels 5 Russian Diplomats

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Moldova has expelled five Russian diplomats amid tensions between the government and the president in Chisinau. The diplomats, who have not been named, were asked to leave Chisinau May 29. The Moldavian government did not give an explanation for the decision. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin said that Moscow would prepare a «tough» response.»[This decision] is a provocation and a blow to those forces in Moldova led by President Igor Dodon, who are really calling for the normalization of bilateral relationship with Russia,» he told reporters. The decision has further strained tensions between Moldova’s pro-European government and its pro-Russian president, Igor Dodon. President Dodon condemned the expulsions on Facebook Monday, telling followers he was “outraged.” «This was done most likely on orders from the West,» Dodon said. «This crude decision will not be left unanswered.» Estonia announced it had expelled two Russian diplomats on May 26. Tallin has also yet to give an official reason for the expulsion.
The Moscow Times


Thief Steals Millions from Central Bank By Climbing in Through Window

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A thief has stolen more than 11 million rubles ($195,000) from a building housing offices for Russia’s Central Bank after climbing through an open window. The money was taken from the Central Bank’s building on Leninsky Prospekt on Monday, an unnamed police source told Russia’s state-backed RIA Novosti. A spokesperson for the Central Bank told reporters that the thief had stolen employees’ personal property. They also reported that those targeted by the theft worked for Bank of Russia, which rents offices in the building. The Internal Affairs Ministry confirmed that money had been stolen from a business in the area, but refused to name the company or the amount stolen. A criminal investigation is ongoing.
The Moscow Times

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