Almost the end of the month. Keep those suggestions coming, folks. International Politics Overall – Israel hopes to use the Syrian Civil War to bolster its energy independence – Russian President Vladimir Putin: I think Sepp Blatter should get the Nobel Peace Prize; Spits out drink – The United Nations suspended its health programs in Iraq...
Fifa president Sepp Blatter deserves a Nobel Prize, according to Russian president Vladimir Putin.
The Russian president does not believe Sepp Blatter is involved in corruption
Get a room, you two! Russian President Vladimir Putin has been talking about his BFF to the media, excitedly saying that Sepp Blatter should win the Nobel Prize. It’s easy to see Putin’s agenda as he rather nervously holds on to his World Cup while muttering ‘my precious’ over and over again. Show More Summary
If it were up to Russian President Vladimir Putin, outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter would be the next recipient of the Nobel Prize. " I think people like Mr. Blatter or the heads of big international sporting federations, or the Olympic Games, deserve special recognition. Show More Summary
Russian President Vladimir Putin claims that the United States stands at the origin of many problems that the European Union faces at the moment, including the problem of migration.
We have now gone completely through the looking glass Disgraced FIFA headman Sepp Blatter deserves a Nobel Prize, says none other than Vladimir Putin. The Russian president made his surprise endorsement in an interview aired Monday by...Show More Summary
At the 2018 World Cup preliminary draw in St. Petersburg, outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter received a strong endorsement from Russian president Vladimir Putin. Speaking on a Swiss TV station, Putin said he not only believes the soon-to-be...Show More Summary
GENEVA, July 27 (Reuters) - FIFA boss Sepp Blatter deserves a Nobel Prize for his stewardship of soccer's governing body, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview aired by Swiss broadcaster RTS on Monday. On Saturday,Show More Summary
With Sepp Blatter's Saturday meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin serving as window dressing, John Oliver continued his pummeling of FIFA on HBO's "Last Week Tonight" on Sunday. Oliver was surprised that their meeting didn't...Show More Summary
Russian President Vladimir Putin has fired 110,000 people from the ranks of government work. The move comes two weeks after Putin signed a decree that reduced the government workforce by 110,000. The Russian government employs more than...Show More Summary
Vladimir Putin has fired 110,000 people. The Russian president signed a decree two weeks ago that reduced the number of full-time staff in the interior ministry of Russia by about 10% — or 110,000 people. Most of the cuts will be administrative staff. Show More Summary
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed the fight against the spread of terrorism and extremism.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the Navy ensures the country’s defense capabilities, protects its national interests.
When I saw this recent photo of Vladimir Putin in The Times newspaper, I was struck again by the uncanny resemblance between the Russian President and this hound-like pooch. It's something about the eyes although as I write this post I wonder if it would be smart to start checking all of my cups of tea for traces of radioactive Polonium Photo - Sasha Mordovets/Getty Images
Russian President Vladimir Putin will go past a row of Baltic Fleet warships based in the country's westernmost region of Kaliningrad, as part of nationwide festivities to mark the Navy Day, according to the Kremlin press office.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia is on schedule for the 2018 FIFA World Cup and will provide full comfort and security for guests and participants alike.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday announced the official opening of the 16th FINA World Championships in the capital of Tatarstan, Kazan.
ROME (AP) — Did Russian President Vladimir Putin offer former Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi a job as economy minister? Berlusconi says it was just a joke and Putin says any support was "metaphorical." A boast by Berlusconi that his old friend Putin had offered to make him economy minister made headlines around the world this week. Show More Summary
The Russian president ordered the government to come up with a plan of destroying foods from the countries on the counter-santions list.