Russian news Agency RIA said Putin, 66, injured a finger during the training session of the country's national judo team in Sochi, but that did not prevent him from completing the drill.
Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, whom the UK accuse of trying to poison Sergei and Yulia Skripal with a nerve agent in Salisbury, appeared on Russian television, saying they were in the English town as tourists.
Most of the world has all but abandoned any opposition to Syrian regime leader Bashar al Assad and his Iranian and Russian backers.
Russia says it won't respond to Britain's calls to explain its role in the UK spy poisoning attack until it receives samples of the chemical at the centre of the incident.
The deniers of Russian, Iranian, and Syrian regime war crimes will go down in history as accomplices to Syria's war criminals.
The move is part of the fallout from allegations that Russia interfered in last year's US presidential election. A list published by Russian Justice Ministry last week said the new law could affect nine US-backed media outlets.
Kremlin will take action against Google if articles from Sputnik and Russia Today are placed lower in search results, says Russia's chief media regulator.
Moscow, angered by Washington's move against broadcaster RT, approves a law that envisages new restrictions on foreign media in Russia.
President Vladimir Putin says Russia would respond in kind to what he said were Washington's measures to restrict the freedom of speech of Russian media organisations operating on US soil.
Putin said the crisis exposed Western inconsistency and hypocrisy in backing some separatists while opposing others. He warned US of retaliation if it targeted RT.
According to the channel, NatWest bank said the decision "cannot be reviewed" after saying it will no longer "provide facilities" to the Russian state-owned broadcaster.
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