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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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11:49
INVESTIGATIVE COMMITTEE: POST-MORTEM PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATION ORDERED FOR STUDENT ROSLYAKOV, WHO WENT ON SHOOTING SPREE AND CARRIED OUT EXPLOSIONS IN KERCH SCHOOL
 
11:48
INVESTIGATORS SEIZE PHYSICAL EVIDENCE FROM APARTMENTS OF STUDENT ROSLYAKOV, WHO WENT ON SHOOTING SPREE IN KERCH, AND HIS RELATIVES
 
11:48
RUSSIAN INVESTIGATIVE COMMITTEE: INVESTIGATORS OF COMMITTEE'S CENTRAL OFFICE FINALIZE PRIMARY EXAMINATION OF KERCH SCHOOL, TOTAL DEATH TOLL STANDS AT 20, INCLUDING STUDENT ROSLYAKOV
 
11:48
SCO security services detain over 150 wanted terrorists over year
 
11:47
Death toll from Kerch school shooting exceeds 20 - Russian Health Ministry
 
11:45
Lt. Col. Seth Nehring of U.S. National Guard killed in Sukhoi Su-27 crash in Ukraine
 
11:40
Russian, Mongolian defense ministries sign long-term cooperation program
 
11:37
DEATH TOLL OF KERCH SCHOOL INCIDENT RISES TO 21 - HEALTH MINISTRY
 
11:33
Yandex.Taxi buying food preparation, delivery service Partiya Edi
 
11:33
Most fatalities in Kerch incident caused by gunfire; explosion victims hospitalized - Skvortsova
 
11:32
Austrian chancellor offers condolences to families of Kerch school attack victims
 
11:30
Yesterday in Brief for October 18, 2018
 
11:24
 
11:22
BASF opens 2 mln euro construction chemicals plant in Krasnodar
 
11:20
Official list of people injured in Kerch school incident published
 
11:20
Potanin proposes revising bills on digital assets with view to business interests
 
11:18
Russia-NATO professional dialogue necessary, but alliance keeps dodging it - Lavrov
 
11:14
Russian PM to visit China Import Expo, meet with Chinese govt in early Nov - paper
 
11:13
In Uzbekistan, Putin to attend NPP groundbreaking ceremony, discuss economics with Mirziyoyev
 
11:06
MICEX and RTS Indexes at 11:00 MSK
 
11:06
Student could not blow up Kerch school, open fire on his own - Crimea head
 
11:02
Next Normandy-format summit should be thoroughly prepared - Lavrov
 
10:56
STUDENT COULD NOT BLOW UP KERCH SCHOOL, OPEN FIRE ON HIS OWN - CRIMEA HEAD AKSYONOV
 
10:53
Lavrov denies allegations Russia is fond of European extreme far-right forces
 
10:48
 
10:40
Russia won't agree to NATO exercise in Sea of Azov - Lavrov
 
10:34
Gazprom to spend 33 bln rubles by 2020 on construction to expand Far East pipeline
 
10:33
X5 retail sales growth slows to 17.6% in Q3
 
10:32
Ruble declining against dollar, euro on oil
 
10:31
RTS, MOEX Russia decline 0.2%-0.5% at open
 

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