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03/31 15:29   Ukraine dramatically increases military expenditure to stay independent - Poroshenko
 
03/31 15:27   EX-RUSSIAN FEDERAL CORRECTIONS SERVICE CHIEF REIMER, EX-DEPUTY CHARGED WITH FRAUD IN PROCURING ELECTRONIC TAGS WORTH 3 BLN RUBLES - INVESTIGATIVE COMMITTEE
 
03/31 15:26   Kingfisher retailer boosts sales in Russia by 19% for year
 
03/31 15:24   RZD takes 20.2 bln ruble charge in 2014 for decline in TransContainer value
 
03/31 15:23   Rosselkhoznadzor begins inspection at fish enterprises in Senegal
 
03/31 15:22   FORMER FEDERAL PENITENTIARY SERVICE DIRECTOR REIMER DETAINED, CHARGED - MARKIN
 
03/31 15:22   Russia to conscript over 150,000 people in spring - General Staff
 
03/31 15:16   Firearms amnesty declared in Ukraine for one month
 
03/31 15:16   Moody's affirms Sibur "Ba1" rating, outlook negative
 
03/31 15:13   Russia running budget deficit of 1.2 trln rubles - Audit Chamber
 




 

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March 31, 2015
 
15:16
Firearms amnesty declared in Ukraine for one month
 
15:16
Moody's affirms Sibur "Ba1" rating, outlook negative
 
15:13
Russia running budget deficit of 1.2 trln rubles - Audit Chamber
 
15:13
Moscow regrets Australia's decision to step up sanctions against Russia - diplomatic source
 
15:10
TCS Bank offer nets $80.1 mln in LPN
 
15:08
Ukrainian shadow govt favors two-chamber parliament (Part 2)
 
15:07
MOODY'S AFFIRMS SIBUR "BA1" RATING, OUTLOOK NEGATIVE
 
15:03
MICEX and RTS Indexes at 15:00 MSK
 
14:59
 
14:59
Georgia-NATO ties should meet interests of all Georgian neighbors - President Margvelashvili (Part 2)
 
14:58
LPR negotiator ready to participate in Contact Group videoconference (Part 3)
 
14:57
MOSCOW REGRETS AUSTRALIA'S DECISION TO EXPAND SANCTIONS AGAINST RUSSIA, CALLS ON CANBERRA TO IMPARTIALLY JUDGE ABOUT EVENTS IN UKRAINE - RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY SOURCE
 
14:56
Putin not planning to go to Japan as of yet - Kremlin spokesman
 
14:56
The more Putin defends Russia's interests, the more he is demonized - Peskov
 
14:55
REVIEW: Focusing on clients in March begins saving Gazprom's exports
 
14:51
Crimea's integration benefits Russia despite sanctions - Peskov
 
14:50
Ukraine vows to meet visa-free travel requirements by Eastern Partnership summit
 
14:50
FEDERAL BUDGET DEFICIT 1.2 TRILLION RUBLES AS OF MARCH 24 - GOLIKOVA
 
14:38
Over 21,000 Ukrainians to be conscripted in April-May 2015 - Defense Ministry (Part 2)
 
14:37
Temporary administration at SB Bank finds 39 bln ruble capital shortfall
 
14:35
Former Ukrainian police officer jailed in Russia for attempting to abduct Yanukovych's aide
 
14:34
No Russians were hurt in Yemen
 
14:27
 
14:27
Strategic Rocket Forces drills under way in Orenburg region (Part 2)
 
14:26
New British ambassador promises help to Ukraine reforms
 
14:25
Kyiv's ex-police chief and his deputy wanted in Maidan violence inquiry
 
14:24
Investigative Committee opens criminal case over double homicide in Bulgaria
 
14:16
MICEX and RTS Indexes at 14:00 MSK
 
14:13
Suspected militant hideout encircled in Dagestan's Khasavyurt
 
14:12
Georgia ready to contribute to anti-terrorism fight - president
 

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