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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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October 09, 2018
 
22:06
Russia unlikely to return to PACE next year - Slutsky (Part 2)
 
22:01
German Social Democrats call for dialogue with Russia, expect reciprocal steps on Syria, Ukraine
 
21:49
German Social Democrats propose re-launch of NATO-Russia Council
 
21:34
German Social Democrats approve program to step up dialogue with Russia
 
21:10
Attempt to save PACE failed - Kosachyov on report on delegation's powers returned for improvements
 
21:10
Five criminal probes opened last year in Belarus against citizens who participated in military conflicts
 
20:51
Russia unlikely to return to PACE next year - Slutsky
 
20:49
Stavropol customs officer fined, jailed for 6 years for letting off smugglers of military goods to Iran
 
20:34
Armenia made unsuccessful attempt to change Karabakh negotiating format - Azerbaijani president
 
20:22
RUSSIA UNLIKELY TO RETURN TO PACE IN 2019 - SLUTSKY
 
20:22
 
20:11
Russia to export 30-35 mln tonnes of grain this farming year - Gordeyev (part 2)
 
20:10
Stock market runs out of steam, Magnit hits 6-yr low
 
20:05
Ex-President Sargsyan's party not to nominate candidate for premier in case of Armenian early parliamentary elections
 
20:02
Ruble swings up against dollar, euro as oil gathers pace
 
19:58
Ammunition depot burning in Ukraine's Chernihiv Region was only half full - Ukrainian defense minister
 
19:54
Russia to export 30-35 mln tonnes of grain this farming year - Gordeyev
 
19:47
Airborne troops based in Novorossiysk to take part in African intl' exercise for 1st time
 
19:42
Main indexes of the Russia stock market for October 9
 
19:38
Aggregated results for trading of shares in Moscow Exchange
 
19:34
Dodon against including EU integration clause in Moldovan constitution
 
19:32
Russian Eurobonds edging up on Tuesday, following UST, oil
 
19:31
Trilateral talks between Russia, N. Korea, China successful - Russian Foreign Ministry
 
19:28
Alrosa plans to reduce working capital $100 mln by reducing mine-to-market time lag
 
19:27
 
19:24
Capitalization of Russian stock market increases 0,47% on Tuesday
 
19:24
Dialogue between Armenian political forces needed - Armenian president
 
19:24
Results of Interregional Trading for OFZ & OBR
 
19:20
Moscow, Pyongyang, Beijing uphold readiness for joint efforts to settle region's problems - Russian Foreign Ministry
 
19:18
Gazprom discusses resumption of gas imports with Turkmenistan in 2019 (Part 2)
 

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