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Russian corruption starts small but quickly spreads.
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Vladimir Putin was reelected with more than 70 percent of the vote. But turnout may have been lower than he wanted: About 52 percent of Russia's nearly 111 million voters weighed in. CBS News' foreign correspondent Liz Palmer reports from Moscow.
Arab countries suddenly find Vladimir Putin attractive because they feel neglected by Washington.
Washington and Ankara are playing a dangerous game of chicken in Syria.
Russian envoy Anatoly Antonov was at the U.S. embassy to vote in the Russian presidential election Sunday