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Russian Citizen Killed in Gruesome Terror Attack in Nice

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A Russian lady was killed in a lethal apprehension conflict that struck France’s southern city of Nice overnight, a RIA Novosti news group reported Friday.
 Victoria Savchenko, a tyro during a Financial University Under a Government of a Russian Federation, ...

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Russian Officials Condemn French Terror Attack

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has stressed a need to “destroy and impair terrorists wherever they are found,” following a militant conflict in a French city of Nice on Thursday evening. A lorry gathering during speeds of 60-70 kilometers per hour ...

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Moscow Redevelopment Pits Archeologists Against Bureaucrats

Every city has the secrets and, each now and again, they see the light of day. When Moscow began the biggest highway reformation plan to date, workers unclosed treasures that had been dark for centuries. Above ground, the Russian capital’s skyline might be lined with Stalinist ...

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NBC Universal Chief Blacklisted by a Retaliatory Russia

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The Russian Defense Ministry has reliable Jeff Shell, a conduct of U.S. broadcasting group NBC Universal, had been denied entrance into Russia, a method pronounced in an online matter Wednesday evening. The New York Times had reported progressing that Shell ...

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Russian Orthodox Church Responds to Women Who ‘Are Not Afraid to Speak’

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Thousands of women in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus have taken to amicable media to share their practice of passionate assault in an online flash mob underneath a hashtags #янебоюсьсказати and #янебоюсьсказать (I am not fearful to speak) started by Ukrainian ...

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Moscow Battered by Apocalyptic Overnight Thunderstorms

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A clean-up operation is underneath approach in Moscow after a city and a surrounding segment were lashed by overnight thunderstorms and torrential rain. Roads were flooded and breeze speeds of 25 meters per second brought down 300 trees in residential ...

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What Russia’s New Draconian Data Laws Mean for Users

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After 3 years of relations silence, NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden spoke up: “[President Vladimir] Putin has sealed a odious new law that violates not usually tellurian rights, though common sense. Dark day for Russia.” For a male who fled to ...

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Moscow Court Dismisses Navalny’s Claim Against Browder Film

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A Moscow justice has deserted Russian oppositioner Alexei Navalny’s lawsuit opposite state-owned media association VGTRK over a film joining him to British-American financier William Browder, a RBC news website reported Tuesday. “The Browder Effect” film premiered on a Rossiya 1 ...

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‘Dismal’ Losses Continue for Russia’s Airlines

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Russian airlines have announced handling waste of 24 billion rubles ($376 million) for a initial entertain of 2016, a Kommersant journal reported Tuesday. Vladimir Tasun, boss of a Russian Association of Air Transport Carriers, told a journal that “figures seemed ...

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Russia Plans to Sue European Development Bank

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Russia intends to record a lawsuit opposite a European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) for frozen a operations in a country, a Interfax news group reported on Thursday. The EBRD froze a operations in Russia in Jul 2014 after ...

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