Monday, February 29, 2016

Moscow Police Arrest Uzbek Woman With Child's Severed Head

The Daily Vertical: Putin Vs Frankenstein (Transcript)

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The Daily Vertical is a video primer for Russia-watchers that appears Monday through Friday.

Moscow Police Arrest Uzbek Woman With Child's Severed Head

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Russia police have detained a woman who was seen carrying a child’s severed head outside Moscow’s Oktyabrskoye Pole metro station.

The Briefing: Kadyrov's Power Play

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Is the Kremlin easing Kadyrov out? Or is Kadyrov blackmailing the Kremlin? Listen to The Power Vertical Briefing.

The Daily Vertical: Putin Vs Frankenstein

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The Daily Vertical is a video primer for Russia-watchers that appears Monday through Friday.

Woman Brandishes Child's Severed Head In Moscow

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Russian media broadcast mobile phone footage of a woman, said to be a nanny, brandishing an infant's severed head near a Moscow metro station. Investigators have arrested the woman and charged her with murder. Warning: Graphic content (UGC via Reuters)

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump's Il Duce Routine 

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Europe knows that democracies can collapse. It watches Trump with memories of when the sky darkened.
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Op-Ed Contributor: Once I Saw Light in Iran. Now It’s Mostly Shadows. 

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Iranians casting their votes on Friday at the Ershad Mosque in Tehran in elections for Parliament and the Assembly of Experts.

Moscow woman 'held child's severed head'

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Woman arrested in Moscow after reportedly being seen outside metro station with severed child's head.

Trump's career: Plenty for fans and foes to love, hate

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NEW YORK (AP) -- To his supporters, the business career of Donald Trump is proof he's got the decisiveness and smarts required to lead the country. To critics, his exaggerated claims, burned customers and four bankruptcies suggest a man wholly disqualified for the office....

US Presidential Candidates Make Final Pitches Before Super Tuesday 

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The U.S. presidential candidates are using Monday to make a last push for support before voters in 11 states have their say in who should be the nominees for the Democratic and Republican parties. Republicans are focusing on the South, which accounts for two-thirds of the delegates that will be awarded on what is called Super Tuesday. Businessman Donald Trump, the front-runner in the Republican race, is holding events in Virginia and Georgia, while Florida Senator Marco Rubio is...

Chilean attacked in Poland after being mistaken for Arab

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A top Polish human rights official is encouraging people to attend a concert in support of a Chilean pianist who was recently beaten by skinheads who mistook him for an Arab, an incident that comes amid a rise of Islamophobia in Poland.









The Latest: French begin dismantling migrant slum in Calais

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The Latest on Europe’s migration crisis (all times local):















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Russian industry workers squeezed but scared of speaking out

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Once intended as a Soviet rival to the capitalist symbol of Detroit, Russia’s auto-making hub of Togliatti is sliding into economic depression. And blue collar workers are taking the brunt of the pain as employers use the threat of joblessness to slash or withhold wages at will.















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Reports: Russian police arrest woman waving child’s head

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Russian news agencies are reporting that police have arrested a woman who was waving the severed head of a small child outside a Moscow subway station.















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