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10/18 19:45   Ruble decline against dollar, euro picks up pace somewhat on Thursday evening
 
10/18 19:44   Two Donbas civilians blown up by Ukrainian landmines, Luhansk says
 
10/18 19:41   France willing to act as mediator in dialogue between Russian, U.S. leaders - senator
 
10/18 19:40   Sberbank denies reports of talks on acquisition of major stake in Yandex
 
10/18 19:40   Medvedev arrives in Brussels for ASEM forum
 
10/18 19:40   PILOTS EJECTED BEFORE L-39 TRAINER AIRCRAFT CRASH IN RUSSIA'S KRASNODAR TERRITORY, RESCUE TEAMS SEARCHING FOR THEM - SOURCE
 
10/18 19:38   Aggregated results for trading of shares in Moscow Exchange
 
10/18 19:38   Main indexes of the Russia stock market for October 18
 
10/18 19:37   L-39 trainer aircraft crashes in Krasnodar territory, search for crew under way - Russian Defense Ministry
 
10/18 19:30   CRASH OF L-39 TRAINER AIRCRAFT MIGHT HAVE BEEN CAUSED BY MECHANICAL FAILURE - RUSSIAN DEFENSE MINISTRY
 





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New NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine is on a first trip to Russia. After visiting Star City and speaking to students at Moscow State University, he went to Baikonur Cosmodrome, where he met with Roscosmos head Dmitry Rogozin to discuss the joint exploration of space and where the two plan to watch the launch of an expedition to the International Space Station. Bridenstine spoke to Interfax correspondents Dmitry Veklich and Nikolay Vlasov about the prospects of carrying out joint space flights, the future of the International Space Station, and Russia-U.S. cooperation in building manned infrastructure in lunar orbit.   more

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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has given an interview to Interfax ahead of the alliances summit in Brussels on July 11-12, in which he about Russias place on the summits agenda and how NATO is going to build relations with Russia.   more

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U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton visited Moscow on June 27 to lay the groundwork for the first full-fledged meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump.   more

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UK Ambassador to Russia Laurie Bristow has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about the level of cooperation with Russia as part of preparations for the FIFA World Cup, his expectation as to the number of British fans who will come to Russia and other aspects of preparing for the tournament.   more

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The director of the Executive Committee of the SCO Regional Anti-Terrorist Structure, Yevgeny Sysoyev, gave an interview to Interfax in which he discussed threats that Russia and the world face in the light of ISILs transformation, as well as the structures achievements in the fight against terrorism.   more

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Ahead of his visit to Moscow newly-elected Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has given an interview to Olga Golovanova for Interfax. In the interview he speaks about his expectations from the upcoming meeting with the Russian president, his vision of solving the energy-security problem in Europe, the migration crisis, and explains conditions under which some sanctions could be lifted from Russia.   more

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Palestinian Ambassador to Russia Abdel Hafiz Nofal has given an interview to Interfax correspondent Veronika Vishnyakova ahead of a visit of Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas to Russia in which he speaks about the main topics of the upcoming Russian-Palestinian summit, prospects for the Palestinian-Israeli settlement and the initiative of creating a new mediating mechanism for the Palestinian-Israeli settlement.   more

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U.S. Ambassador to Russian Jon Huntsman, who arrived on his mission to Moscow last fall, has given an interview to chief of the Interfax‘s foreign political desk Olga Golovanova ahead of the publication of the so-called "Kremlin dossier". He called on to take this report without emotions and expressed Washington‘s desire to work together with Moscow on the elimination of sanctions. He also confirmed U.S. commitment to the New START Treaty and cut short suggestions that Washington may quit INF Treaty. He also said about what should happen for a U.S.-Russian summit take place.   more

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Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Office Vladimir Voronkov, who was appointed to the post six months ago, has given his first big interview to Interfax. He discussed tasks that the UN Counter-Terrorism Office faces in countering global terrorism.   more

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has given an interview to Interfax in which he sums up the foreign policy events of the outgoing year and tells of Russias diplomatic priorities in 2018.   more

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