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  2. World Cup shock and awe: Russia aren't that bad

    AFP via Yahoo NewsJun 20 7:31 AM

    Russia can afford to dream. The host nation defied critics and confounded expectations by easing past Egypt 3-1 on Tuesday, all but assuring their place in the last 16 of a World Cup for the ...

  3. Putin was joined by other world leaders including Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev, Armenia prime minister Nikol Pashinyan, Azerbaijan president Ilham Aliyev, Belarus president ...

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  5. Dmitry Medvedev - Wikipedia

    Dmitry Medvedev was born on 14 September 1965 in Leningrad, in the Soviet Union.His father, Anatoly Afanasyevich Medvedev (November 1926 – 2004), was a chemical engineer teaching at the Leningrad State Institute of Technology.

  6. Presidency of Dmitry Medvedev - Wikipedia

    The Presidency of Dmitry Medvedev began on 8 May 2008, when he became the 3rd President of the Russian Federation.Medvedev was the Head of the Presidential Administration during the 2nd term of Vladimir Putin as President, and the Chairman of Gazprom oil company.

  7. Dmitry Medvedev | Facts & Biography |

    Dmitry Medvedev: Dmitry Medvedev, Russian lawyer and politician who served as president (2008–12) and prime minister (2012– ) of Russia.

  8. The latest Tweets from Dmitry Medvedev (@MedvedevRussiaE). Prime Minister of Russia. For tweets in Russian, follow @MedvedevRussia. Moscow, Russia

  9. Dmitry Medvedev: the whipping boy for Russia's discontented ...

    A portrait of Dmitry Medvedev is held aloft during a demonstration in St Petersburg. Photograph: Anadolu Agency/Getty Images The street protests that swept Russian cities over the weekend were remarkable not just for their unusually large size, but also for their main target: Dmitry Medvedev. After ...

  10. Dmitry Medvedev - President (non-U.S.) - Biography

    A look at the life and work of Russian president and prime minister Dmitry Medvedev on

  11. The Most Hated Man in Russia – Foreign Policy

    This weekend's protests proved one thing: From Vladivostok to Kaliningrad, everyone hates Dmitry Medvedev.

  12. Dmitry Medvedev - Forbes

    Dmitry Medvedev on Forbes. The official No. 2 man in the Russian government and former one-term president (2008-2012) of the 143 million population country is now seen as increasingly isolated from Putin's inner circle.

  13. Dmitri Medvedev - The New York Times

    News about Dmitri A. Medvedev. Commentary and archival information about Dmitri A. Medvedev from The New York Times.

  14. BBC NEWS | Europe | Profile: Dmitry Medvedev

    A profile of Russia's new president Dmitry Medvedev, who has succeeded Vladimir Putin.