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Russian Official Says Crimea to Get Its Own Airline in 2016

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Crimea will get a possess airline this year, a RIA Novosti news group reported Thursday, citing a initial emissary authority of a State Duma Committee for Transport Mikhail Bryachak. “Creating a Crimean airline is a required task. It should occur ...

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Russian Lawmakers Drop Citizenship Deprivation From Anti-Terror Bills

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State Duma lawmakers private a proviso in anti-terror legislation that could frame people of their Russian citizenship, a TASS news group reported Thursday. The State Duma Committee of Security and Anti-Corruption motionless to bar manners that could dispossess twin adults ...

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Russia Reacts to Brexit Referendum

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According to central formula expelled Friday, 52 percent of British electorate voted for a U.K. to leave a European Union — a supposed Brexit. Here is how Russia has reacted to a chronological referendum. Alexei Pushkov, conduct of a State ...

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EU Extends Crimea Sanctions for Another Year

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The European Union has extended sanctions imposed on a Crimean peninsula for another year, a press recover on a European Council website announced Friday. The restrictions embody an embargo on all Crimean products to Europe, a anathema on all investment ...

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IOC Supports IAAF Decision to Ban Russian Track and Field Athletes

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The International Olympic Committee (IOC) unanimously concluded to entirely honour a International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) preference to anathema Russian lane and margin athletes from a 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro over doping charges. However, Russian athletes can ...

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China Imports Record Volume of Russian Oil

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China increasing a imports of Russian oil to a record of 5.2 million tonnes in May — roughly 1.24 million barrels each day, a Reuters news group reported Tuesday. In annual terms, China’s oil imports from Russia in May rose ...

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United Russia: Same Game, New Tactics

By June 19, President Vladimir Putin is approaching to sign a decree that will strictly kick-start the campaign season. Within a few days, all the parties holding partial in the choosing will horde conventions and declare their list of candidates. These State Duma elections will be the first time Russians ...

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EU Extends Crimea Sanctions For Another Year

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The European Union has extended sanctions imposed on a Crimean peninsula for another year, a press recover on a European Council website announced Friday. The restrictions embody an embargo on all Crimean products to Europe, a anathema on all investment ...

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Three Russian Football Fans Jailed in France

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Three Russian football fans have been jailed in France following fan assault during a European Championships, a Interfax news organisation reported Thursday. Alexei Erunov, Sergei Gorbachev, and Nikolai Morozov were condemned to dual years, 18 months and 12 months respectively ...

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Russian Hooligans during Euro 2016 Threaten Kremlin’s Goals

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In the shutting mins of the now barbarous Jun 11 compare opposite England in Marseilles, France, Vasily Berezutsky rose to head home the equalizing goal. What happened subsequent finished front-page news opposite the world. A charge by Russian supporters into English sections of the track grown into a mass brawl. At least ...

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