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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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22:03
Western nations, EU and NATO leadership unceremoniously interfere in Macedonia's internal affairs in bid to quickly draw it into the Alliance - Chizhov
 
21:51
Charter of Interparliamentary Assembly of Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova signed in Tbilisi
 
21:03
Russia, Madagascar sign agreement on military cooperation
 
20:40
 
19:59
Half of Russia's young people know nothing about Stalin's repression - poll
 
19:59
Ruble continues to climb moderately against dollar, euro on Fri evening
 
19:44
Main indexes of the Russia stock market for October 5
 
19:38
Russia follows int'l equity markets down
 
19:38
Aggregated results for trading of shares in Moscow Exchange
 
19:35
Russian Eurobonds decline amid flight from risk
 
19:32
Results of Interregional Trading for OFZ & OBR
 
19:31
SPIC with Hyundai to be signed by December (Part 2)
 
19:30
Capitalization of Russian stock market decreases 0,90% on Friday
 
19:29
Catholicos of all Armenians to attend Aznavour farewell ceremony in Paris
 
19:27
Ukrainian PM pledges not to obstruct train services between Russia, Moldova
 
19:19
 
19:16
Chizhov links Western hacking accusations against GRU to NATO plans to create cyber troops, upcoming session of OPCW Executive Board (Part 2)
 
19:15
Candidates for parliament, post of head of LPR determined in LPR
 
19:10
NSDC secretary approves Hungarian consul's expulsion from Ukraine
 
19:06
Chizhov links Western hacking accusations against GRU to NATO plans to create cyber troops, upcoming session of OPCW Executive Board
 
19:00
Daily Headline News for October 5, 2018
 
18:58
Russia hopes for stepping up UNHCR's aid to Syrian refugee return
 
18:56
GUAM states agree to promote frozen crisis settlement resolution in UN
 
18:50
Ukrainian consuls seek meeting in person with Sentsov - Kyiv
 
18:45
Russian imports down in Aug-Sept for first time in over 2 years as ruble weakens (Part 2)
 
18:41
CHIZHOV LINKS HACKING ACCUSATIONS MADE BY WEST AGAINST GRU TO NATO'S PLANS TO CREATE CYBERTROOPS, UPCOMING SESSION OF OPCW
 
18:40
Gazprom Energoholding eyeing not less than controlling stake in T Plus (Part 2)
 
18:35
Sentsov says is ending hunger strike under threat of force-feeding (Part 2)
 
18:34
 
18:32
Tajik Supreme Court sentences leader of banned Islamic party in absentia
 

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