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      Putin faces growing opposition in lead up to 4th term
      Jul15

      Putin faces growing opposition in lead up to 4th term

      NICK SCHIFRIN: This is the season of Russia’s discontent. Under President Vladimir Putin there’s been a tacit agreement that people enjoy their lives and stay out of politics. Now, many Russians are deciding that bargain’s no longer worth it. ALEXEY KOTOREV: Until recently, people were thinking politics were somewhere far away....

      What Russians think about Trump and the U.S.
      Jul15

      What Russians think about Trump and the U.S.

      Find all of the stories in our series, Inside Putin’s Russia JUDY WOODRUFF: Now we continue our series Inside Putin’s Russia. There may be no more consequential relationship for the United States than with Russia. Both nations possess world-ending capacity, and may be at the most critical moment since the end of the Cold War. Tonight,...

      The deadly risk of standing up to Putin
      Jul14

      The deadly risk of standing up to Putin

      Find all of the stories in our series, Inside Putin’s Russia JUDY WOODRUFF: We return to our series Inside Putin’s Russia — tonight, the fate of some of the Kremlin’s opponents. According to one study, in the past three years, 38 prominent Russians have been murdered or died suspiciously. The high mortality rate among some...

      WATCH: Trump and France’s Macron set aside differences on climate pact in news conference
      Jul13

      WATCH: Trump and France’s Macron set aside differences on climate pact in news conference

      PARIS — President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron set aside lingering differences on climate change during their meeting in France on Thursday, asserting that it shouldn’t prevent them from working together toward a post-war roadmap for Syria and to enhance Mideast security. Trump, standing alongside Macron at a news...

      The barrier-breaking power of learning someone else’s story
      Jul13

      The barrier-breaking power of learning someone else’s story

      As 16-year-old Malak Lahham was passing through Israel’s international airport, security personnel pulled her aside and told her she would have to answer some questions. “I was creeped out,” Lahham, an Arab, later admitted. “What was going to happen? Have I done anything wrong?” She was traveling with no family members, only her teacher....

      Why are so many from this Russian republic fighting for ISIS?
      Jul13

      Why are so many from this Russian republic fighting for ISIS?

      Find all of the stories in our series, Inside Putin’s Russia JUDY WOODRUFF: Now we continue our series Inside Putin’s Russia, and travel to the country’s southernmost border. The Republic of Dagestan is in the North Caucasus, near the Caspian Sea. Over the past two decades, a brutal separatist insurgency has fought the Russian...

      Pride, patriotism and how Putin helped redefine what it means to be a ‘true Russian’
      Jul11

      Pride, patriotism and how Putin helped redefine what it means to be a ‘true Russian’

      JUDY WOODRUFF: This week, we begin our weeklong series Inside Putin’s Russia. With support from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, special correspondent Nick Schifrin and producer Zach Fannin traveled to more than a dozen cities, conducted 40 interviews, and were arrested twice. They will report later on Russian propaganda,...

      News Wrap: NATO chief demands Russian troops leave Ukraine
      Jul11

      News Wrap: NATO chief demands Russian troops leave Ukraine

      The post News Wrap: NATO chief demands Russian troops leave Ukraine appeared first on PBS NewsHour. …read more Source:...

      Tillerson talks tough on Russia, vows U.S. support for Ukraine
      Jul09

      Tillerson talks tough on Russia, vows U.S. support for Ukraine

      KIEV, Ukraine — U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told Russia on Sunday that it must take the first steps to reduce tensions in eastern Ukraine and that American and European sanctions would remain in place until Moscow reversed course in the region. In surprisingly blunt language just two days after presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin...

      Putin hails meeting, thinks Trump accepted election denials
      Jul08

      Putin hails meeting, thinks Trump accepted election denials

      HAMBURG, Germany — Russian President Vladimir Putin hailed his first face-to-face meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump, saying Saturday he thinks Trump accepted his assurances that Russia didn’t meddle in the U.S. presidential election and that their conversation could be a model for improving ties between the two countries. RELATED...