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UK government urged to get tough on suspect Russian money

Al Jazeera

The Kremlin has hit out at a new report by the UK parliament - calling it'Russiaphobic.' The document by the Commons Foreign Affairs committee accuses Russian oligarchs and associates of President Putin of using London as a place to store suspect money.

Russian tourists hit the beaches of Turkey as ties improve

U.S. News

Relations were strained after Turkey downed a Russian jet in November 2015. Russia responded with economic sanctions, including a ban on travel packages to Turkey. Russian President Vladimir Putin lifted the ban on travel sales after receiving a letter of apology from Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan last month.

US to ban Russian diamond and vodka imports

BBC News

Russian President Vladimir Putin has likened Western sanctions on banks and oligarchs to a declaration of war. Moscow has also threatened to nationalise production plants or factories where work has been suspended.

Putin has reached a 'culminating point' in war with Ukraine, Russian forces have lost 'morale,' expert says

FOX News

Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on One military expert believes Russian President Vladimir Putin is running out of steam in his war against Ukraine and said Russian forces are quickly losing morale. In a little over a month, Russia has lost an estimated 7,000 to 15,000 troops, according to a senior NATO official. As of March 17, Russian forces have lost over 230 of their heavily armored tracked vehicles, according to the Wall Street Journal.

UK Slams Russian Pranksters Over Boris Johnson Call

U.S. News

Stolyarov and Kuznetsov, who have fooled high-profile victims around the world, have denied links to Russia's security services. In 2015, they phoned Elton John pretending to be Russian President Vladimir Putin after the musician criticized Russia's stance on gay rights.