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10/18 19:30   CRASH OF L-39 TRAINER AIRCRAFT MIGHT HAVE BEEN CAUSED BY MECHANICAL FAILURE - RUSSIAN DEFENSE MINISTRY
 
10/18 19:30   Belarusian FM says Lukashenko determined to normalize relations with EU
 
10/18 19:28   L-39 TRAINER AIRCRAFT WITHOUT WEAPONS FALLS INTO WATER IN KRASNODAR TERRITORY; SEARCH FOR CREW UNDERWAY - RUSSIAN DEFENSE MINISTRY
 
10/18 19:26   Capitalization of Russian stock market decreases 1,01% on Thursday
 
10/18 19:24   Results of Interregional Trading for OFZ & OBR
 
10/18 19:19   Moldova determined to cooperate with NATO even despite neutrality status imposed on it - PM
 
10/18 19:06   Severstal may pay out 44.39 rubles per share for Q3
 
10/18 19:05   Putin warns Kyiv against copying Saakashvili's policy, says it cost Georgia part of its territory
 
10/18 19:02   Soccer players Mamaev, Kokorin charged with disorderly conduct - Interior Ministry's Moscow branch
 
10/18 19:00   Daily Headline News for October 18, 2018
 




 

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October 18, 2018
 
17:58
Security guarantees for N. Korea must be intl, Russia ready to join - Putin
 
17:58
Gazprom resumes day-head trading on SPIMEX following FAS criticism
 
17:56
Trilateral projects with Russia, Koreas would help settle regional situation - Putin
 
17:55
Central Bank was forced to withdraw reserves from US Treasuries due to political risks - Putin
 
17:54
Russia not to end dialogue on territorial matters with Japan if peace treaty signed - Putin
 
17:51
Putin: Launch of charter flights to Egyptian resort towns on agenda, but 'some work' remains
 
17:48
KYIV IS SELLING RUSSOPHOBIA, WITH NO OTHER GOODS LEFT TO SELL, AND FOR THIS, THEY ARE FORGIVING KYIV EVERYTHING - PUTIN
 
17:46
PUTIN: IT IS TO BE HOPED THAT THERE IS NO ESCALATION IN DONBAS, INCLUDING SUCH AS COULD BE USED IN UKRAINE'S INTERNAL AFFAIRS
 
17:45
 
17:45
Sanctions lessen chances of returning to Russian market - Putin
 
17:45
PUTIN: I EXPECT TO BE ABLE TO BUILD RELATIONS, REACH AGREEMENT WITH NEW UKRAINIAN LEADERSHIP, WE WANT THIS
 
17:44
As country of asylum, U.S. partly responsible for fate of Saudi journalist who disappeared
 
17:43
PUTIN: IT WOULD BE SAD IF UKRAINIAN LEADERS FOLLOW SAAKASHVILI'S EXAMPLE, UNDER WHOM GEORGIA LOST CONSIDERABLE PART OF ITS TERRITORY
 
17:42
PUTIN: NOT ONLY ARE UKRAINIAN LEADERS DRIVING SITUATION INTO DEADLOCK, BUT THEY ARE ALSO PURSUING ANTI-NATIONAL POLICY, AS SAAKASHVILI EARLIER DID IN GEORGIA
 
17:41
Russia to supply soya to China, ready for Chinese investment in Far East soya production - Putin
 
17:41
PUTIN: TERROR ATTACKS AND MURDERS OF DONBAS LEADERS BY UKRAINIAN SECRET SERVICES IS BAD WAY OF IMPROVING SITUATION
 
17:40
PUTIN: WE ARE INTERESTED IN RESTORING FULL-FORMAT RELATIONS WITH UKRAINE
 
17:39
PUTIN: KYIV NOT GOING TO IMPLEMENT MINSK AGREEMENTS, INCLUDING IN LIGHT OF UPCOMING ELECTION IN UKRAINE
 
17:37
Belgium interested in gas supply to end customer from Zeebrugge port where Novatek delivers LNG
 
17:36
Russia not to take steps concerning S. Arabia until journalist's disappearance clarified - Putin
 
17:35
Mongolia receives aerodrome property worth over $13 mln from Russia for free
 
17:33
PUTIN SAYS HE PERFECTLY UNDERSTANDS THOSE UNHAPPY WITH PENSION REFORM
 
17:31
GAZPROM RETURNS TO DAILY GAS TRADES ON SPIMEX AFTER FAS CRITICISM - EXCHANGE DATA
 
17:29
PUTIN: IN RESOLVING SYRIA CRISIS, WE HAVE GOOD CONTACTS ON WORKING LEVEL WITH ALL PARTIES INVOLVED IN PROCESS, INCLUDING U.S
 
17:29
Adjusted inflation on the rise, but still short of 4% - Central Bank analysts
 
17:28
Putin sees developments on Korean Peninsula as positive, expects new Trump-Kim meeting
 
17:27
Russian GDP growth in 2018 expected at 1.7% - 1.8% - CBR
 
17:26
PUTIN: OVERTHROWING OF CURRENT REGIMES IN COUNTRIES IS THOUGHTLESS AND IMMORAL POSITION THAT IS RUINING THEIR STATEHOOD
 
17:25
CENTRAL BANK WAS FORCED TO WITHDRAW RESERVES FROM US TREASURIES - PUTIN
 
17:25
St. Andrew's Church in Kyiv to stay property of state - press service for Sophia of Kyiv National Sanctuary Complex
 

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