David Filipov

Washington Post

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David Filipov is Moscow Bureau Chief for the Washington Post.

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The Treasury Department has issued a list of high-powered Russians who have flourished under President Vladimir Putin.

What the Russian oligarchs list means for US-Russia relations

The Treasury Department has issued a list of high-powered Russians who have flourished under President Vladimir Putin.

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In a reversal, Russian president Vladimir Putin conceded today in Moscow that Russian hackers might have meddled in the American election.

Putin denies Russian involvement in hacking of US election

In a reversal, Russian president Vladimir Putin conceded today in Moscow that Russian hackers might have meddled in the American election.

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In Moscow today, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had a long, private meeting with Vladimir Putin. Later  he met the press  with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

Tillerson meets with Putin amid rising tensions over Syria

In Moscow today, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had a long, private meeting with Vladimir Putin. Later he met the press with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

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