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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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20:28
Ingush authorities permit 8-day Magas protest against border agreement with Chechnya
 
20:17
Ingushetia parliament to hold 2nd vote on border agreement with Chechnya on Monday - deputy (Part 2)
 
19:59
Ingushetia parliament to hold 2nd vote on border agreement with Chechnya on Monday - deputy
 
19:52
INGUSHETIA PARLIAMENT TO RE-CONSIDER BORDER AGREEMENT WITH CHECHNYA ON MONDAY - DEPUTY
 
18:25
Already 2 pipelayers building Nord Stream 2 in German waters; work there to be finished in 2018
 
18:08
Musk's plans to send people to Mars by 2024 pure science fiction, space radiation still a problem - Russian expert
 
18:06
2ND PIPELAYER BEGINS WORK ON GERMAN SECTION OF NORD STREAM 2 - NORD STREAM 2 AG'S STATEMENT
 
17:39
Remnants of older altar discovered at site of burned-down Dormition church in Karelia
 
16:59
Putin to celebrate his birthday with family and friends - Peskov
 
15:55
Medvedchuk plans to participate in Ukrainian election campaign
 
15:06
Russian, Italian physicists test prototype of key detector for Novosibirsk's future electron-positron collider
 
14:14
 
13:58
Putin plans to visit S. Korea in 2019 - Matviyenko (Part 2)
 
13:50
Putin plans to visit S. Korea in 2019 - Matviyenko
 
13:44
PUTIN PLANS TO VISIT SOUTH KOREA NEXT YEAR - MATVIYENKO
 
13:41
Re-Build Syria exhibition ongoing in Damascus in spite of sanctions
 
13:24
Caspian fleet repels simulated cruise missile strike at drills
 
13:11
Russia sends relief to tsunami-hit Indonesia
 
13:01
Protest in Ingushetia against border accord with Chechnya to become legitimate
 
12:30
Moscow to host Russia-DPRK consultations on Oct 8, trilateral meeting with China on Oct 9
 
12:19
Serbia ready to hold major military drills with Russia - Defense Minister Vulin
 
12:10
Russian embassy demands UK provide proof of alleged cyberattacks by GRU
 
11:54
Chief of Joint Staff of Japan Self-Defense Forces to visit Moscow on Oct 7-9 - embassy
 
11:45
CHIEF OF JOINT STAFF OF JAPAN'S SELF-DEFENSE FORCES TO VISIT RUSSIA ON OCT 7-9 - JAPANESE EMBASSY IN RUSSIA TELLS INTERFAX
 
11:21
Philippine Navy sailors shown simulated amphibious landing operation during visit to Vladivostok
 
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10:33
Moorings to accommodate Russian Caspian Flotilla ships to be ready in Dagestan by year-end
 
10:04
Bastrykin to oversee probe into abuse of office by Doctor Liza fund administration - Kremlin Human Rights Council
 
10:01
Indonesia hopes to get all Su-35s under contract with Russia in 2019 - ambassador
 
10:01
Indonesian ambassador says Su-35 contract delays due to technicalities, not U.S. sanctions
 

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