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Children’s Ombudsman Astakhov Resigns After Public Outcry

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Russia’s Children’s Ombudsman Pavel Astakhov is to leave his post after a brief holiday, a TASS news group reported Monday. Astakhov had faced ascent open vigour to renounce after seeking a immature survivor of a boating disaster, “how was your ...

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Khodorkovsky Claims Russian State Blackmail Threat

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Former Yukos oil lord Mikhail Khodorkovsky has indicted Russia’s confidence services of blackmailing his former worker to give testimony opposite him in a murder trial, a Echo Moskvy radio hire reported Tuesday. The self-exiled antithesis personality wrote on his Facebook ...

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Russian Football Hooligans Barred From Traveling Abroad

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Russia on Saturday sealed a Council of Europe gathering that will shorten aroused football fans from withdrawal a country, a RIA Novosti news group reported. The convention, already sealed by 14 countries, states that those who dedicate crimes or violate ...

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Billionaire Tycoon Prokhorov to Sell All Russian Assets

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Billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov is to sell all of his Russian assets, a Vedomosti business daily reported Monday. Prokhorov’s ONEXIM investment organisation has several resources in mining, finance, energetics, growth and a media. Its incomparable resources embody a 20 percent interest ...

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Opposition Party Yabloko Exposes Russia’s Crimea Dilemma

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Russia’s cast of a Crimean peninsula in Mar 2014 set a stage for a new collision in Russian politics, as a Kremlin struggles to confirm how to understanding with those who remonstrate with a central line on a annexation. In ...

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Turkey Top Russian Holiday Spot Three Days After Tour Ban Lifted

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Turkey is once again a series one end for Russian holidaymakers only 3 days after a Kremlin carried a anathema on package tours to a country, a Kommersant journal reported Monday. More than 35 percent of holidays sole in Russia ...

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Ukrainian Question Divides Orthodox World

It took over 1,000 years to accumulate a eremite leaders of a many Eastern Orthodox churches in one place, and still, when it happened, not everybody was in attendance. The week-long Holy Great Council, in a tube for 55 years, ...

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Medvedev Condemns Russia’s Bad Business Ranking

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Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has strike out opposite a country’s “unacceptable” 170th place ranking for cross-border trade in a World Bank Group report, a Interfax news group reported Friday. “We are operative towards speeding adult procedures for checking burden channel a ...

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Domodedovo Owner Kamenshchik Walks Free

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The owners of Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport Dmitry Kamenshchik can shortly lapse to work, as a Moscow City Court discharged a rapist box opposite him Friday, according to a airport’s press service. The justice also discharged rapist cases opposite dual of ...

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EU Extends Sanctions Against Russia Over Ukraine

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The European Union has enlarged mercantile restrictions imposed on Russia over a purpose in a Ukraine predicament until Jan. 31 2017, a European Council pronounced in a matter Friday. In response to a move, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev sealed ...

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