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Russian Deputy Prime Minister Russia Dmitry Rogozin in a visit to Baghdad offered to provide more military aid and step up commercial ties, potentially eroding U.S. influence in the war-torn country.
Russia's Central Bank denied a report that it might welcome a fall in the ruble's value to help the government close a gaping budget deficit.
Major powers agreed to a cessation of hostilities in Syria and to expand delivery of humanitarian aid to people caught up in the conflict, top diplomats said in Munich on February 12.
The war in Syria, the refugee crisis and Russia's border-bending interference on Europe's eastern edge topped the agenda as senior officials gathered in Munich, Germany, for a high-profile annual security conference.conference.
Russian Orthodox Church Patriarch Kirill has arrived in Havana on the eve of a historic meeting with the Pope Francis, the head of the Catholic Church.
At a meeting of NATO defense ministers in Brussels, U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the alliance must build its capabilities in dealing with cyberattacks. Carter said that in the area of information operations, "Russia's actions speak volumes."
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The city of Moscow demolished dozens of trading stalls, kiosks, and cafes in a blitz of bulldozers on February 9. A city lawmaker estimated that the demolitions could cause 15,000 people to lose their jobs.
One year after the signing of the Minsk peace agreement on February 12, intended to put an end to fighting in eastern Ukraine, residents of Donetsk and the surrounding areas have grown accustomed to shortages, checkpoints, and sporadic clashes. (RFE/RL photographer Petr Shelomovskiy)
Tanks and army trucks were lined up on the highways of Simferopol on the Crimean Peninsula on February 9, a day after the start of large-scale Russian military exercises in the region. (RFE/RL's Crimean unit)
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