Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev (C) and Norwegian prime minister Jens Stoltenberg (2ndR) study maps showing polar ice in the Arctic during the 'Barents Summit 2013'outside Kirkenes, in the extreme north-east of Norway on June 4, 2013.
Russian Leadership Communications in support of President Dmitry Medvedev at the G20 summit in London – Intercept at Menwith Hill station
Russian Leadership Communications in support of President Dmitry Medvedev at the G20 summit in London -- Intercept at Menwith Hill station ... a change in the way Russian leadership signals have been normally transmitted.
This is an analysis of signal activity in support of President Dmitry Medvedev's visit to London. The report details a change in the way Russian leadership signals have been normally transmitted. The signal activity was found to be emanating from the Russian embassy in London and the communications are believed to be in support of the Russian president.More quotes »
Around the web
NSA Swears Its Spy Programs Are No Big Deal in PRISM Spin War, Round Two
Edward Snowden has now revealed to the Guardian that the agency intercepted the communications of former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and other world leaders in 2009. Not only are the leaks embarrassing for the agency, but they also present the NSA with 6/17/13 from Foreign Policy | Passport Read more »
GCHQ intercepted foreign politicians' communications at G20 summits
minister and possibly 15 others in his party; • Receiving reports from an NSA attempt to eavesdrop on the Russian leader, Dmitry Medvedev, as his phone calls passed through satellite links to Moscow. The documents suggest that the operation was sanctioned from Hacker News Read more »
NSA targeted Dmitry Medvedev at London G20 summit
delegation the same day, according to the NSA paper, entitled: "Russian Leadership Communications in support of President Dmitry Medvedev at the G20 summit in London – Intercept at Menwith Hill station." The document starts with two pictures of Medvedev smiling from Guardian Unlimited Read more »
50th anniversary of first woman in space
of this event is impossible to overestimate in the history of Russian and world space travel," Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said in a congratulatory message to Tereshkova. State television celebrated by running documentaries about Ms Tereshkova's from Adelaide Now Read more »
Russia to spend $20 billion for FIFA World Cup
Jun 14 (IANS): Russia will spend over 660 billion rubles ($20.6 billion) on the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has said. More than a half of the spending, or 336 billion rubles ($10.5) would be allocated from the federal budget, Medvedev from DaijiWorld.com Read more »