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02/18 23:35   Presence of OSCE monitors keeps Ukrainian nationalists from setting fire to Kyiv office of Rossotrudnichestvo - Russian envoy to OSCE
02/18 23:10   Home of Kizlyar gunman being searched, Dagestani interior minister arrives in town
02/18 23:03   Lukashenko reaffirms willingness to send peacekeepers to Donbas provided agreement between Russian, Ukrainian leaders
02/18 22:38   Russian Emergency Situations Ministry informs Iran of plane crash site coordinates
02/18 22:25   Belarusian Foreign Minister Makei discusses possible deployment of Belarusian peacekeepers in Ukraine with Volker
02/18 22:14   Belarus might host Munich Security Conference Core Group meeting in October - foreign minister
02/18 20:57   Patriarch Kirill sees shooting in Dagestan as provocation aimed at causing discord between Orthodox, Muslims
02/18 20:32   Rossotrudnichestvo office in Kyiv should suspend operations until Ukrainian authorities clarify situation - Kosachyov
02/18 20:26   Significant damage caused to Rossotrudnichestvo office in Kyiv, no casualties - chief
02/18 20:16   Attack on Rossotrudnichestvo office in Kyiv is provocation, its closure not under consideration - Rossotrudnichestvo head  |  Interfax news

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February 08, 2018
Putin agrees with scientists about need to upgrade Lake Baikal monitoring system
Schlumberger submits new request to FAS on purchase of stake in Eurasia Drilling - Artemyev (Part 2)
Moscow double-checking info about shelling in east Syria - Russian Foreign Ministry (Part 2)
Putin's electoral rating grows to 71.4% by Feb - poll
Kazakhstan's industrial prices rose 1.4% in Jan
Corruption threatens Kyrgyzstan's security - president
Admiral Nakhimov nuclear missile cruiser to be upgraded by 2022 - USC chief (Part 2)
Yanukovych accuses Ukraine of barring his lawyers from court
Russia on question of N.Korean workers relies on UN SC resolution - Foreign Ministry (Part 2)
Russian deputy FM, Yemeni ambassador discuss Yemen crisis
CSTO antidrug operation supported by 22 countries, including U.S. and European states
Over 20,000 sites blocked last year over security threat - CSTO
Gazprom Neft to mull bigger share of profit as dividends, perhaps before investment peak has passed (Part 2)
Dankvert says Argentina concerned by increased competition from Russia on grain market
Netherlands detains Russian banker suspected of 570-mln-ruble fraud - Russian Interior Ministry
Russia, Argentina could increase trade turnover to $2 bln - Dankvert
Russia and CIS political and economic calendar: February 9 - March 1
MICEX and RTS Indexes at 17:00 MSK
Ukraine boosts oil imports 36.9% in January, coal up 80%
Russia cuts term of stay of N. Korean workers to 1 year, no deportation in progress - Interior Ministry official
Russia on question of N.Korean workers relies on UN SC resolution - Foreign Ministry
Rosneft placing 50 bln rubles in bonds; final guidance for coupon rate at 7.5%
Admiral Nakhimov nuclear missile cruiser to be upgraded by 2022 - USC chief
Aliyev says strategic objective of Azeris is getting Yerevan back
State armament program involves some work on new aircraft carrier - USC chief
Schedule of repairing Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier not approved so far - USC head
Su-35 proved effective in Syria, unequaled in air - Russian deputy defense minister

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Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Office Vladimir Voronkov, who was appointed to the post six months ago, has given his first big interview to Interfax. He discussed tasks that the UN Counter-Terrorism Office faces in countering global terrorism.


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