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Constructive ties with Russia is in interest of US, world: Barack Obama

Constructive ties with Russia is in interest of US, world: Barack Obama

Outgoing US President Barack Obama on Thursday said having a "constructive" relationship with Russia is in the interest of America and the world and admitted that bilateral ties had reverted to an "adversarial spirit" during Vladimir Putin's presidency.

Donald Trump waxwork replaces Barack Obama at Madame Tussauds London

Donald Trump waxwork replaces Barack Obama at Madame Tussauds London

A Donald Trump waxwork has been unveiled at Madame Tussauds museum in London, complete with his signature suntan -- and yak hair.

Spreaders of ''fake'' Trump news ''worse than prostitutes'': Russian President Vladimir Putin

Spreaders of ''fake'' Trump news ''worse than prostitutes'': Russian President Vladimir Putin

Russia has been blamed by President Barack Obama and myriad Democratic and Republican lawmakers for interfering in American Presidential Election process.
 

CIA director warns Donald Trump to watch what he says, cautions to be careful on Russia

CIA Director John Brennan on Sunday offered a stern parting message for Donald Trump days before the Republican U.S. president-elect takes office, cautioning him against loosening sanctions on Russia and warning him to watch what he says.

Donald Trump's team denies report of summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin

Donald Trump's team denies report of summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin

Donald Trump`s spokeswoman and the Kremlin denied Sunday a report that the US President-elect`s first foreign trip after taking office would be a summit with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. 

Russia says facing increased cyber attacks from abroad

Russia says facing increased cyber attacks from abroad

Russia is facing increased cyber attacks from abroad, a senior security official was quoted on Sunday as saying, responding to Western accusations that Moscow is aggressively targeting information networks in the United States and Europe.

Donald Trump hints at lifting sanctions against Russia, changing ''One China'' policy

Donald Trump hints at lifting sanctions against Russia, changing ''One China'' policy

Donald Trump said he was not committed to the agreement with China over Taiwan.

US Senate intel panel plans probe into Russia spying

S intelligence agencies allege that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a covert effort to interfere in the election to boost Trump and harm his opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton.

Donald Trump says he thinks Russia was behind US election hacking

Donald Trump says he thinks Russia was behind US election hacking

US President-elect Donald Trump for the first time on Wednesday acknowledged Russian involvement behind the cyberattacks targeting the 2016 US presidential election.

Kremlin denies it has compromising info on Donald Trump

Kremlin denies it has compromising info on Donald Trump

Russian President Vladimir Putin`s spokesman Dmitry Peskov also denied allegations that the Kremlin gathered compromising information on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

US hits Russia with new sanctions, Moscow calls it 'inadequacy'

US hits Russia with new sanctions, Moscow calls it 'inadequacy'

The US blacklisted five Russians, including Russia's chief public investigator who is a close aide to President Vladimir Putin, for human rights abuses, in a move described by Russia as the "inadequacy" of outgoing President Barack Obama.

Vladimir Putin directed cyber campaign to help Donald Trump: US intel report

Vladimir Putin directed cyber campaign to help Donald Trump: US intel report

Russia denies the US government`s allegations of hacking during the election campaign.

US spy chiefs confront Donald Trump with Russia findings

US spy chiefs were set to confront an openly dismissive President-elect Donald Trump on Friday with their evidence that Russia mounted an unprecedented bid to disrupt the US elections by hacking his Democratic rivals.

Russian diplomats expelled from US arrive in Moscow: Russian media

A plane carrying 35 diplomats expelled from the United States over Russia`s alleged meddling in the US presidential election arrived in Moscow early Monday, Russian state television reported. 

President Vladimir Putin congratulates Russians, reveals New Year secret

President Vladimir Putin congratulates Russians, reveals New Year secret

Thanking all Russians for their "victories, achievements, understanding and trust" in 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday wished "peace and prosperity" for all citizens and that they will be able to fulfil their dreams and "good intentions",

Netanyahu, Putin talk by phone about regional security, Syria

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday spoke by telephone with Russian President Vladimir Putin about Middle Eastern security and -- especially -- the situation in Syria, according to an Israeli government statement.

Donald Trump calls Vladimir Putin 'very smart' for not expelling US diplomats

Donald Trump calls Vladimir Putin 'very smart' for not expelling US diplomats

Barack Obama had sanctioned Russia and expelled 35 of its agents over alleged Russian hacking during the US presidential polls.

Russian hackers penetrated Vermont electric utility: Report

Russian hackers penetrated Vermont electric utility: Report

The Russians did not actively use the code to disrupt operations of the utility.

Russia will not expel anyone over US sanctions, to wait for Donald Trump to take over White House

Russia will not expel anyone over US sanctions, to wait for Donald Trump to take over White House

President Vladimir Putin refrained on Friday from retaliating for the U.S. expulsion of 35 suspected Russian spies, putting the onus on Donald Trump to help solve a crisis over Russian cyber attacks when he takes over the White House next month. 

US expels 35 Russian agents, slaps sanctions over hacking

US expels 35 Russian agents, slaps sanctions over hacking

The executive order issued by Obama provided additional authority for responding to certain cyber activity that seeks to interfere with or undermine US election processes and institutions, or those of its allies or partners.