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Obama: Sanctions Show Costs to Russia on Crimea

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says new U.S. sanctions imposed on Russian officials make it clear "that there are consequences for their actions" in Crimea and he's warning that the U.S. stands ready to impose further sanctions if necessary.

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Many Americans Say Sochi Was Poor Choice for Winter Olympics

In a new poll, almost half of Americans surveyed say the decision to hold the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia was a poor one.

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Kseniya Ryzhova and Tatyana Firov
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Russian Track Stars Kiss on Medal Stand to Protest Country’s Controversial Anti-Gay Laws

They say a picture is worth a thousand words and that could certainly be the case with this telling photo.

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Will Russia’s Anti-Gay Laws Ruin 2014 Winter Olympics?

 

 

Russia, which is hosting the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, has enacted a ‘gay propaganda’ law that could have a serious impact on next year’s Games. Why? Well, it seems the politician behind the measure is insistent that any gay athlete or tourist who comes to the city for the Olympics could be held for two weeks before being booted out of the country.

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NASA to Pay Russia $70 Million Per Seat to Fly to the International Space Station

Hitching a ride usually only costs some gas and toll money.

But you’ll have to dig really deep into your pockets for a ride into orbit.

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See Intense Footage of the Meteor Landing in Russia

Zombies. Man-killing space aliens. Killer clowns. It's okay if these are the first things that run through your mind when you watch this insane footage of a meteor landing in Russia. The meteor crashed into a building, and destroyed it

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Real Life Sci-Fi: Meteor Explodes Over Russia, Hundreds Injured

You've seen it a hundred times in countless sci-fi movies: an object from space comes hurtling towards Earth leaving a trail of thick smoke behind it as curious onlookers turn their heads to the sky, mouths agape. Only this time, it's real.

Over 500 people were injured in Chelyabinsk, Russia last night when a meteor came blazing into the atmosphere, exploded and sent fireballs raining down as citizens caught all the action on camera.

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