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Third of Russians Expect Rigged 2016 Duma Elections

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More than a third of Russians trust that a arriving State Duma elections will not be giveaway and fair, a consult by eccentric pollster Levada Center suggested Friday. Thirty 8 percent of a 1600 respondents believed that a elections would ...

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Moscow Says Police Assault on U.S. Diplomat ‘Made Up’

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Russia’s Foreign Ministry has claimed that reports of an American diplomat being assaulted by Russian law coercion are “made up,” a Meduza news website reported Thursday. The Washington Post journal published a news Wednesday that a confidence ensure in a ...

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Russian Doping Whistleblower Stepanova to Participate in Olympics

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The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has authorised Russian curtain Yulia Stepanova to attend in this summer’s Olympic Games, a matter on a association’s website announced Friday. Stepanova will be means to contest in Rio de Janeiro as an ...

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Turkey Names Russian National as Istanbul Airport Bomber

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A Russian citizen was among a 3 self-murder bombers who pounded Istanbul airfield on Tuesday, a Reuters news group reported, citing an unnamed Turkish supervision official. The dual other suspects were from a former Soviet republics of Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, ...

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Russian PM Medvedev Orders Removal of Turkey Sanctions

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Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has educated ministers to ready measures for a dismissal of mercantile sanctions opposite Turkey, a Interfax news group reported Thursday. Medvedev pronounced that a sanctions will be carried in phases “to equivocate deleterious Russian manufacturers.” ...

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Russian Senator Against Criminalizing Familial Abuse

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Senator Yelena Mizulina has urged a Federation Council to reject a check that would criminalize patrimonial abuse, a Meduza news website reported Tuesday. Allowing family members to be prosecuted for abuse, generally abuse for a consequence of educational functions is ...

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Russian Tourism to Turkey Falls 90%

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Russian tourism to Turkey in May 2016 was down 91.82 percent year-on-year, according to sum expelled by Turkey’s Culture and Tourism Ministry, a RBC journal reported Tuesday. May is typically a renouned time for Russian tourists in Turkey. In May ...

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Lithuania Warns Against Easing Anti-Russian Sanctions After Brexit

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Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius has called for a European Union to say a clever position opposite Russia following Britain’s preference to leave a EU, a Interfax news group reported Tuesday. Speaking during a United Nations on Tuesday, Linkevicius pronounced ...

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The Russian Internet Laughs Over Brexit

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See also: Kremlin Eyes Better U.K.-Russia Ties After Brexit Referendum Russia Reacts to Brexit Referendum The Russian Guide to Brexit (Op-Ed) Article source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/article/573409.html

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Moscow Region HIV Patients Not Receiving Vital Medicine

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HIV patients in a Moscow segment have complained about a necessity of medicine, a Kommersant journal reported Friday. According to patients purebred with a Moscow Region Center for a Prevention and Control of AIDS, even children and profound women have ...

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