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The Russian lawmaker responsible for the country's notorious "gay propaganda" law has proposed new legislation that would decriminalize domestic violence.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has suggested Russia should hack the e-mails of his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, eliciting widespread disbelief and fueling further fears about the prospect of a foreign government meddling in the U.S. election.
The Kremlin has denied allegations that Moscow hacked U.S. Democratic Party e-mails, saying Russia never interfered in other countries' election campaigns.
Thousands of Orthodox believers who participated in a controversial religious procession organized by the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate gathered in Kyiv to mark the 1,028th anniversary of Kievan Rus’s acceptance of Christianity.
So the circumstantial and forensic evidence increasingly suggests that Russia was indeed behind the hacking of the Democratic National Committee's e-mail servers.
Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump has suggested Russia should find missing e-mails belonging to his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton. He made the comment at a news conference in Miami, Florida on July 27. (AP)
President Vladimir Putin told Russia's Olympic team members that the exclusion of many of their colleagues from the Rio Games was part of a political campaign against Russian sports.
There were small protests across Russia at new antiterror legislation which critics say amounts to a further crackdown on rights and freedoms by the Kremlin. (RFE/RL's Russian Service)
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The 15th annual Sea Breeze naval exercises are underway on the Black Sea. Co-hosted by the Ukrainian and U.S. navies, the drills include personnel from 13 nations including Britain, Turkey, Romania and Georgia.
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