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Airport Employees Detained in Connection to Russian Plane Crash

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Egyptian authorities have incarcerated dual Sharm el-Sheikh Airport employees in tie with a downing of a Russian newcomer craft in a Sinai Peninsula, Reuters news group reported Tuesday, citing dual unknown confidence officials. “Seventeen people are being held, dual of ...

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70,000 Russian Tourists Evacuated From Egypt

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More than 70,000 Russian tourists have been evacuated from Egypt given a pile-up of Kogalymavia moody 9268 in a Sinai Peninsula final month, pronounced an confidant to a conduct of a Rosturizm watchdog, a TASS news group reported. There are ...

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Russia’s Brand New Masculinity

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In spite of pop enlightenment stereotypes and a sold picture cultivated by prominent Russian officials, Russian group are a stunningly different species. They ring each type, from “quiet man who works in IT” to “relentless artistic form who’ll set the doors to the FSB building on fire as a statement.” Categorizing Russian ...

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Katerina Tikhonova: Putin’s Elusive (Dancing) Progeny

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See also: Reuters Reveals Identity of Putin’s Billionaire Daughter Putin’s Spokesman Refutes Article Identifying Putin’s Daughter Blog of ‘Putin’s Daughter’ Offers Glimpse of Secretive Family Article source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/article/548901.html

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Duma Mulls Restricting Promotion, Sale of Cheap Alcohol

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A breeze check banning inexpensive deals on ethanol and giveaway tasting sessions has been introduced to a State Duma, a RIA Novosti news group reported Thursday. The check was put brazen by Oleg Mikheyev from a A Just Russia party, ...

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After a Crash: What Are Russia’s Options in Syria?

If the ongoing review into the downing of a Russian municipal airliner over Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula on Oct. 31 concludes that a bomb broken the plane, the Kremlin will have to react — nonetheless the options are compelled by logistical and political realities on the ground. So far, it appears that President ...

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99 Years of ZiL: From Car Plant To Potential New Heart of Moscow?

An desirous devise anticipating to revive Moscow’s largest deserted industrial section takes off. Almost a hundred years after the legendary ZiL automobile plant was founded in southeastern Moscow, a story seems to have come full circle. A 400-hectare domain assigned with prolongation lines, warehouses and even a ...

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Muscovites Get Keen On Making, Not Buying

More crafts shops are appearing in Moscow any day, with some-more immature group trade remunerative bureau jobs for a event to make things themselves. In recent years, Moscow dandies have been relocating divided from cafes, barbershops and Internet-related startups toward trades like blacksmithing, ...

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Pavlensky Demands to be Charged with Terrorism

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Pyotr Pavlensky, a famous Russian opening artist now on trial for setting glow to a doorway of the Federal Security Service (FSB) bureau building, demanded the court rectify the charge — that is now desolation — to terrorism, Mediazona news website reported Tuesday. “I direct to become a suspect [in ...

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The Kremlin and a Crash: Putin’s Dilemma

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Russia’s care has so distant resisted observant that the crash of the airliner in Egypt was an act of terrorism, for fear of a open backlash. But even if that is confirmed, President Vladimir Putin will many expected confirm to escalate Russia’s debate in Syria. The tragic pile-up of the Russian ...

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