Another Kremlin enemy dies: Exiled Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky found dead in bath at Berkshire house after 'losing all his millions' Boris Berezovsky, 67, is 'found dead in a bath' at an Ascot homeExile 'suffered depression over financial woes and harassment from Russia'Survived assassination attempts, including bomb that decapitated his driver Russian tycoon was former Kremlin insider who became its fierce criticHad reportedly 'lost all his millions' after expensive court cases By Anna Edwards and Robert Verkaik PUBLISHED: 17:41 GMT, 23 March 2013 | UPDATED: 03:22 GMT, 24 March 2013 Boris Berezovsky, the British-based Russian oligarch who was one of Vladimir Putin’s fiercest opponents, was found dead at his home yesterday.
Putin: I’ll sign plan to ban adoptions in U.S.Putin said he will sign the bill to prevent Americans adopting Russian children It is seen as a tit-for-tat response to U.S. bill that will freeze assets of Russians accused of human rights abuse Amnesty International criticises 'childish' response | UPDATED: 23:31 GMT, 27 December 2012 Ban: Russian president Vladimir Putin has said he will sign a law preventing U.S. citizens adopting Russian children Russian President Vladimir Putin says he will sign a controversial bill banning Americans from adopting Russian children
Putin defends ban on Americans adopting Russian children seen as tit-for-tat move over US Magnitsky Act Vladimir Putin said he supports the ban which he said was 'appropriate' Putin said Magnitsky Act 'poisons relations' between two countries Assets of Russians accused of human rights abuse will be frozenLaw also planned to ban US citizens accused of abusing Russians' rightsAmnesty International criticises 'childish' response | UPDATED: 17:16 GMT, 20 December 2012 Support: Putin, speaking today at Moscow's World Trade Centre, said he backs the adoption ban President Vladimir Putin said he supports a ban on Americans adopting Russian children. Speaking today, the Russian president said the law, which is part of a new feud between the two countries, was 'appropriate'. It has been seen as a response to the US Magnitsky Act, which was signed by President Barack Obama last week, which will punish Russians accused of violating human rights by refusing them visas and freezing their assets in the United States.