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B. 01-04 Putin relaxes ban on Sochi protests Sochi
C. 01-06 Russia ramps up Sochi security Sochi
01-09 Six deaths, car blast prompt security sweep ahead of Games in Sochi Stavropol, North Caucasus
E. 01-17 Putin cautions gay visitors to Sochi Sochi
5. 01-18 Russian forces kill seven in Dagestan siege Makhachkala, Dagestan, North Caucasus
6. 01-20 Islamic militant video threatens Sochi games North Caucasus
7. 01-21 Russian forces hunt Dagestan militants, 'black widows' Dagestan, North Caucasus
8. 01-22 Sochi threat e-mail sent to several nations Hungary

Summary.     Click for More > Beslan school siege: 10 years after Russia claimed their first gold medal of Sochi 2014 Dominique Gisin and Tina Maze share women's downhill gold title Russia's Volosozhar, Trankov win pairs gold USA beat Russia in penalty shoot-out U.S. duo Davis and White skate to historic gold Pussy Riot stars detained for hotel theft at Sochi Russian hockey knocked out of Olympics by Finland Video shows Pussy Riot members 'beaten by Cossacks'  Members of the punk band are being beaten by security officials as they tried to film a music video at the city that is hosting the Winter O... Bjoerndalen wins 13th Winter Olympic medal Sotnikova makes history for Russia Canada beat USA in overtime thriller U.S. men's hockey falls to defensive-minded Canada Sweden tops Finland, into ice hockey final Russia's Wild wins second snowboard gold Canada beat Sweden 3-0 to win Olympic ice hockey gold Olympics closing ceremony is trip through Russian culture  The ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympics on Sunday night took viewers through what organizers called an artistic look at Russian culture   US to boycott G8 Summit in Sochi unless Russia reverses course on Ukraine  The United States is announcing it would not participate in a G8 Summit scheduled for Sochi in June unless Moscow reversed course on Ukraine Winter Paralympics open in Sochi Suicide bombing hits Chechen capital
Six deaths, car blast prompt security sweep ahead of Games in Sochi   Russian authorities are investigating 6 suspicious deaths and at least one car explosion about 300 miles from the site of next month's Winter... US warns of Sochi 'toothpaste' bomb Sochi 2014: Winter Olympics opens with glittering ceremony Map of Fisht Stadium Russia
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January 2014 ... more > Top ^
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Jan.6  Russia ramps up Sochi security
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  Russian authorities are investigating 6 suspicious deaths and at least one car explosion about 300 miles from the site of next month's Winter Olympics
Jan.17 Putin cautions gay visitors to Sochi Jan.18 Russian forces kill seven in Dagestan siege Jan.20  Islamic militant video threatens Sochi games Jan.21 Russian forces hunt Dagestan militants, 'black widows' Jan.22 Sochi threat e-mail sent to several nations Jan.26 Cossacks now helping with Olympic security Jan.27 No gay people in Sochi, says mayor

February 2014 ... more > Top ^
Feb.4 Putin arrives in Sochi ahead of Winter Olympics
Putin 'calms' Sochi leopard cub  Gay protests to target Sochi games Feb.5   US warns of Sochi 'toothpaste' bomb   The US has warned airlines flying into Russia for the Winter Olympics that explosives hidden in toothpaste tubes could be smuggled on to planes Journalists report hotel horror stories as Russians scramble to finish construction Feb.6  Russian city prepares for Olympic opening ceremony  Sochi action finally begins Feb.7   Sochi 2014: Winter Olympics opens with glittering ceremony Map of Fisht Stadium Russia
  Athletes from 87 nations paraded before 40,000 people in the Fisht Stadium before president Vladimir Putin declared the Games open
 The Olympic flame was lit by Russian former triple gold medallists Vladislav Tretiak and Irina Rodnina as fireworks illuminated the sky. At a cost of $50bn, the Games is the most expensive Olympics in history even though Olympic ring doesn't open at the ceremony
  Beslan school siege: 10 years after Map of Beslan North Ossetia Russia  In 2004, Chechen rebels took 1,200 children and adults hostage at a school in Beslan, southern Russia Officials: 'Air pirate' claims bomb on board Feb.8 Sochi's 1st gold: Kotsenburg of US wins slopestyle Japan: Peace treaty talks with Russia going fast  Dufour-Lapointe beats sister to gold  Bjoerndalen equals Games medals record  Russia 1st, USA 3rd in early team figure skating Feb.9   Russia claimed their first gold medal of Sochi 2014   The hosts claimed victory in the figure skating team event. Yulia Lipnitskaya comfortably wins the ladies free skating event  Jamie Anderson completes U.S. sweep in slopestyle  Matthias Mayer wins skiing's blue riband for Austria Feb.10  Charles Hamelin takes 1500m short track skating gold  Maria Hoefl-Reisch defends her Super Combined skiing crown  Martin Fourcade win's biathlon gold  US bobsleigher Quinn trapped twice in Sochi in 48 hours  Dutch twins fly into history books Feb.11  Canada's Dara Howell wins inaugural women's ski slopestyle  Norway wins gold in men and women's cross-country sprint  White fails in halfpipe as women make historic leap Feb.12   Dominique Gisin and Tina Maze share women's downhill gold title     Dutchman Stefan Groothuis takes 1,000m speed skating title   Russia's Volosozhar, Trankov win pairs gold  The two restored the country to the pinnacle of pairs. Volosozhar and Trankov won gold, while Ksenia Stolbova and Fedor Klimov took silver  Farrington takes gold for U.S. in women's halfpipe Feb.13  Zhang Hong wins China's first ever speed skating gold medal  Christensen led a U.S. clean sweep in freestyle skiing slopestyle  France's Fourcade wins 2nd biathlon gold Feb.14  Switzerland's Sandro Viletta claims men's Super Combined glory  Dario Cologna wins his second cross-country gold of Sochi 2014  Teen figure skater Yuzuru Hanyu makes history for Japan Feb.15   USA beat Russia in penalty shoot-out  The United States defeated Russia in a shoot-out to win a much-hyped group-stage ice hockey clash at Sochi 2014. TJ Oshie scored the winner  Anna Fenninger takes the women's Super G title  Brodka upsets big names in long track 1500 meters  Russia's Tretiakov wins gold in Olympic skeleton Feb.16  Netherlands completes sweep in women's 1500m skating  Norway's Kjetil Jansrud wins gold in the men's super-G  Sweden win men's cross country relay Feb.17  Darya Domracheva wins her third gold in the 12.5km biathlon  Russia 1 led by Alexander Zubkov wins two-man bobsleigh   U.S. duo Davis and White skate to historic gold  The United States finally claimed a gold medal in figure skating ice dance as Meryl Davis and Charlie White produced a stunning world record... Feb.18   Pussy Riot stars detained for hotel theft at Sochi Map of Hotel Adler Sochi Russia  Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova were detained, after being considered suspects in a theft at their hotel, and then released  Pierre Vaultier wins gold in the men's snowboard cross  Russia beats Norway 4-0, dodges elimination  Emile Hegle Svendsen claims gold in men's 15km mass start  Slovenia’s Maze takes gold in giant slalom  Dutch skaters clean up again Feb.19   Russian hockey knocked out of Olympics by Finland   Finland eliminated Russia from the men's hockey tournament with a 3-1 victory, putting an end to the Russians' enormous expectations at home  Ligety dominates giant slalom to win gold  Sweden tops Slovenia, on to hockey semis  Czechs beat Slovakia, play U.S. in quarters   Video shows Pussy Riot members 'beaten by Cossacks'
  Members of the punk band are being beaten by security officials as they tried to film a music video at the city that is hosting the Winter Olympics
  Bjoerndalen wins 13th Winter Olympic medal   Ole Einar Bjoerndalen helped Norway win the first Olympic mixed relay in biathlon, surging back to form after a couple years of apparent dec...  Canada beat USA to bobsled gold  U.S. eliminates Czechs 5-2 Feb.20  Chapuis leads French skicross medal sweep  Norway takes gold in Nordic combined team   Sotnikova makes history for Russia  Adelina Sotnikova became the first Russian to win gold in the Olympic women's figure skating with a superb performance in the free program     Canada beat USA in overtime thriller  Marie-Philip Poulin scored in overtime to give Canada a fourth successive Olympic women's ice hockey title at the expense of rivals USA, winning... Feb.21     U.S. men's hockey falls to defensive-minded Canada  Jamie Benn's strike in the second period and 31 saves from Carey Price gave Canada a 1-0 win and a place in Sunday's final     Sweden tops Finland, into ice hockey final  Erik Karlsson scored the go-ahead goal late in the second period and Henrik Lundqvist stopped 25 shots, lifting Sweden over Finland 2-1  Ukraine wins 1st gold medal in biathlon relay  Canada completes clean sweep of the curling gold medals  U.S.' Mikaela Shiffrin skis to slalom gold  Victor An wins record sixth short track skating gold medal  Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle and William Frullani sent home Feb.22   Russia's Wild wins second snowboard gold   American by birth, Russian by marriage and by choice, Vic Wild completed a historic sweep of the Olympic snowboard parallel slalom events Bjoergen breaks female Oly medal record
S. Korea lodges Olympic figure skating protest Dutch wrap speed skating with 23 medals Matt wins slalom gold, becomes oldest alpine champ Russia takes medal lead with biathlon win Finland routs U.S. 5-0 for hockey bronze Feb.23     Canada beat Sweden 3-0 to win Olympic ice hockey gold  Jonathan Toews, Sidney Crosby and Chris Kunitz scored as Canada became the first team to retain the Olympic hockey title since the Soviet Union Sweden's Backstrom fails drug test before game Legkov leads Russian sweep of XC 50K Zubkov wins double bobsled gold for Russia   Olympics closing ceremony is trip through Russian culture
  The ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympics on Sunday night took viewers through what organizers called an artistic look at Russian culture
 Host Russia wins medal count; U.S. 2nd. The Olympic flag was lowered and given to representatives of Pyeongchang, South Korea, the host city for the Winter Olympics in 4 years


March 2014 ... more > Top ^
Mar.4     US to boycott G8 Summit in Sochi unless Russia reverses course on Ukraine
  The United States is announcing it would not participate in a G8 Summit scheduled for Sochi in June unless Moscow reversed course on Ukraine
Mar.7   Winter Paralympics open in Sochi Map of Fisht Stadium Sochi Russia  The 2014 Winter Paralympics have been opened by Russian President Vladimir Putin in a spectacular opening ceremony Mar.8 Ukraine beat Russia to biathlon gold Mar.23 Avalanche kills 2 skiers at Sochi resort

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Oct.5     Suicide bombing hits Chechen capital
Map of Grozny Russia  Four police officers have been killed and four others injured in a suicide attack in the Chechen capital, Grozny, Russia's interior ministry says Oct.12 Lewis Hamilton wins Russian GP ahead of Rosberg

December 2014 ... more > Top ^
Dec.3 Chechen police killed by militants