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We examine the West's talk of 'consequences' over the situation in Crimea, and ask if sanctions can be effective.
In hopes of spurring economic growth, Russia joins the World Trade Organisation after a near two-decade wait.
Facing biggest challenge yet in 12 years of rule, PM rejects demand for election rerun but promises "clean" March vote.
Russian PM says he welcomes "lawful" demonstrations, but says fraud claim-tainted elections reflected public opinion.
Putin's popularity is declining, and mass protests are erupting after poorly-rigged elections, the author says.
Finance minister and chief economic adviser vow to resign if President Medvedev and PM Putin swap jobs as expected.
International lender's 24-member executive board says the French finance minister was elected by consensus.
Fans celebrate in the streets of Moscow after announcement that finals of 2018 football tournament to be held in Russia.
"No future with Russia," president says after talks over terms for $500m loan fail.

Russia's top ministers asked forgiveness from pensioners for taking away their free privileges as one of President Vladimir Putin's main reforms suffered another embarrassing setback amid raging street protests.

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