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10/17 22:45   Roscosmos plans to preserve duplication of safety systems during flights to Moon
 
10/17 22:40   Soyuz MS-10 commander Ovchinin praises U.S. colleague Hague's actions during accident
 
10/17 22:30   One gunman responsible for shooting at Kerch school, investigation to find out whether there are accessories - Crimea head Aksyonov (Part 3)
 
10/17 22:27   Kerch shooter prepared for crime in advance - Crimea head Aksyonov (Part 2)
 
10/17 22:23   Late Georgian businessman Patarkatsishvili's family hope probe into attempt to kill him in 2007 at Saakashvili sanction to be completed soon - statement
 
10/17 22:12   Saakashvili dismisses audio recording indicating that he might have ordered Patarkatsishvili killing as fake
 
10/17 22:04   Gun of Kerch school attacker was registered - Crimea head Aksyonov
 
10/17 21:58   Kerch victims' families to be paid at least 1 mln rubles each - Aksyonov
 
10/17 21:50   Kerch shooter prepared for crime in advance - Crimea head Aksyonov
 
10/17 21:45   One gunman responsible for shooting at Kerch school, investigation to find out whether there are accessories - Crimea head Aksyonov (Part 2)
 




 

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22:02
Militants still violating truce in Idlib de-escalation area - head of Reconciliation Center in Syria
 
21:59
Border with Chechnya established to avoid crises caused by lack of it - Ingushetia leader
 
21:40
 
21:30
Delivery of Russian Su-35 fighters to Indonesia being delayed due to potential U.S. sanctions - paper
 
21:14
Ryabkov on U.S.' statements on S-300 in Syria: Damascus entitled to ensure its security (Part 2)
 
21:13
Ingush leader signs law on border with Chechnya
 
21:08
Outbursts of infections in S. Russia may be related to operation of Lugar lab in Georgia - Defense Ministry
 
21:00
Russian Foreign Ministry links Dutch accusations against Russia to OPCW session due to open on Oct 9
 
20:42
Ryabkov expects new waves of U.S. accusations (Part 2)
 
20:34
RUSSIA REPEATEDLY TOLD NETHERLANDS THAT ANTI-RUSSIAN SPY MANIA CAMPAIGN SEVERELY HARMS BILATERAL RELATIONS - RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY
 
20:33
DUTCH DEFENSE OFFICIALS' ACCUSATIONS AGAINST RUSSIA LINKED TO OPCW SESSION OPENING ON OCT 9 - RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY
 
20:32
No evidence of attempted hacker attacks on WADA, IOC since 2016 - WADA
 
20:30
Ukraine ready for adequate response to Russian military build-up in Azov Sea - National Security and Defense Council secretary
 
20:18
Naryshkin: young people choosing intelligence service as their occupation will never regret it
 
20:11
U.S. withdrawal from friendship treaty with Iran opportunistic decision made in favor of narrow groups - Ryabkov
 
20:07
Russia didn't interfere, doesn't interfere and won't interfere in U.S. internal processes - Ryabkov
 
20:04
Health Minister reports sharp drop in rate of teenage suicides in Russia
 
20:01
Ryabkov on U.S.' statements on S-300 in Syria: Damascus entitled to ensure its security
 
19:57
Dollar, euro gaining against ruble on Thursday evening
 
19:53
Ryabkov tells journalists to ask U.S. about possibility of Lavrov-Pompeo meeting
 
19:47
Moscow needs to examine Dutch allegations about Russian cyberattacks - Russian Foreign Ministry
 
19:47
Russian stocks following indexes abroad lower; Sberbank leads decline on ruble weakening
 
19:41
 
19:38
Aggregated results for trading of shares in Moscow Exchange
 
19:38
Main indexes of the Russia stock market for October 4
 
19:32
Russia sticks to intl' obligations, including as OPCW member - Ryabkov
 
19:26
Capitalization of Russian stock market decreases 0,06% on Thursday
 
19:26
Armenian president appoints new ministers in place of fired Dashnaktsutyun, Prosperous Armenia representatives
 
19:24
Ryabkov expects new waves of U.S. accusations
 
19:24
Results of Interregional Trading for OFZ & OBR
 

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