Vladimir Putin: Russia Will Charge Election Meddlers On One Condition

  • Vladimir Putin: Russia Will Charge Election Meddlers On One Condition

Vladimir Putin: Russia Will Charge Election Meddlers On One Condition

Russia's Central Election Commission is sending 192,000 ballot papers to Moldova's breakaway region of Transnistria, where people with Russian citizenship will be able to vote in the March 18 presidential elections.

By August, intelligence agencies were aware that the Democratic National Committee email servers were hacked in July 2016, and the FBI had officially launched an investigation into Trump's ties to Russian Federation.

On the same day, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the United States has a "rich tradition" of meddling in other countries' internal affairs, including in Russian Federation. "And we stand by our position that the thing we feared they may do in that spot, they did not".

President Vladimir Putin played football with Fifa boss Gianni Infantino in the Kremlin on Tuesday as Russian Federation marked 100 days before the start of the World Cup. Mr Putin's explicit nuclear threats last week will likely cause the United States and its European allies to reconsider their own nuclear postures.

After the 9/11 attacks killed roughly 3,000 people in 2001, the US focused more closely on the Middle East, invading Afghanistan over the ruling Taliban government's Al-Qaeda months in December 2001. The charges were later proven false, but USA forces remained to battle an Islamist Al-Qaeda insurgency that arose and transferred power to mostly Shiite Muslim government in 2011.

Yanukovych was elected the president of Ukraine in 2010.

Obama knew about Russia's election meddling efforts months before the election, according to Axios.

Syrian and Russian soldiers are seen at a checkpoint near Al-Wafideen camp in Damascus, Syria, March 2, 2018.

The detailed, 37-page indictment from special counsel Robert Mueller last month alleges Russian operatives working for the Internet Research Agency used fake social media accounts and on-the-ground political organizing to exacerbate divisive political issues in the U.S. Posing as American activists, the operatives tried to hide the effort's Russian roots by purchasing space on U.S. computer servers and using U.S. email providers.