PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN WINS RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS WITH MORE THAN SEVENTY FIVE PERCENT (75%) OF VOTES. CONGRATULATIONS.

President Vladimir Putin has won the Russian presidential elections held on Sunday, March 18, 2018 with more than 75% of the total votes. This will be Vladimir Putin’s fourth term as the president of Russia and it extends until 2024, making him the first Russian president to serve two decades in power since Josef Stalin. Congratulations to President Vladimir Putin.
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PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN OF RUSSIA HAS CONFIRMED THAT HE WOULD SEEK RE-ELECTION IN MARCH 2018.

Viewers Corner News correspondent learned that President Vladimir Putin (65 years) has confirmed that he would run for the country’s presidential election in March 2018. He (president Putin) announced this at a car-making factory in the Volga river city of Nizhny Novgorod on Wednesday, December 6, 2017. It is believed by most people that president Putin would win comfortable if contested because as it is now in Russia, it seems that nobody even the opposition leader (Alexei Navalny) is capable of unseating president Putin in the country’s next presidential election come March 2018. President Vladimir Putin has been in power since year 2000 either as president or prime minister of Russia. If he wins in March 2018, it will be his fourth term  in office as the president of Russia and will serve another six years till 2024.
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THE UNITED STATES MISSILE STRIKE ON A SYRIAN AIR BASE WAS HAILED BY WORLD LEADERS BUT ANGERS RUSSIA.

Russian government condemned United States air strike on the Syrian air base, calling it aggression while world leaders hailed the move. United States launched a missile strike early Friday on a Syrian air base in retaliation for Tuesday’s deadly chemical attack which killed 87 people (including 31 children). Not less than 60 United States Tomahawk missiles hit the Shayrat air base (southeast of Homs, a small installation with runways where Syrian government aircraft often take off to bomb targets in northern and central Syria). This missile attack marked the United States first time of directly targeted Syrian President Bashar Assad’s forces and it represents President Donald Trump’s most dramatic military order since he took office from Obama’s administration. Our source informed us that about seven people (including a general and three soldiers) died and nine wounded in the missile strike. Russian government under the administration of President Vladimir Putin said it is suspending its coordination with Washington in Syria’s skies. Syrian opposition and its supporters expressed hope that the missile strike will bring a turning point in the Syrian six-year-old civil war which has killed about 400,000 people.
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MANY CITIZENS OF RUSSIA DEMAND THE RESIGNATION OF DMITRY MEDVEDEV (RUSSIAN PRIME MINISTER) OVER HIS RECENT COMMENTS ON TEACHERS’ SALARIES.

Dmitry Medvedev, the Russian Prime Minister is in trouble after his recent comments on teachers’ salaries in the country, about 180,000 people have signed a petition to President Vladimir Putin demanding the prime minister’s resignation. According to report, the prime minister when asked by a university lecturer from Dagestan region why teachers in the country are receiving low pay around 15,000 rubles ($230) per month, he told the lecturer to go into business if he wants to make money. He also stated that one earns money depending on what one chooses in one’s life. How can a prime minister make such comments? This is crude and reckless, normally the post of a country’s prime minister is supposed to be headed by an individual who cares for humanity and is equally competent but the reverse is the case in Russia.
The Russian lower house of parliament is expected to debate on the petition against Dmitry Medvedev since the house is obliged to debate on any petition that gets 100,000 signatures.
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