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10/18 19:30   CRASH OF L-39 TRAINER AIRCRAFT MIGHT HAVE BEEN CAUSED BY MECHANICAL FAILURE - RUSSIAN DEFENSE MINISTRY
 
10/18 19:30   Belarusian FM says Lukashenko determined to normalize relations with EU
 
10/18 19:28   L-39 TRAINER AIRCRAFT WITHOUT WEAPONS FALLS INTO WATER IN KRASNODAR TERRITORY; SEARCH FOR CREW UNDERWAY - RUSSIAN DEFENSE MINISTRY
 
10/18 19:26   Capitalization of Russian stock market decreases 1,01% on Thursday
 
10/18 19:24   Results of Interregional Trading for OFZ & OBR
 
10/18 19:19   Moldova determined to cooperate with NATO even despite neutrality status imposed on it - PM
 
10/18 19:06   Severstal may pay out 44.39 rubles per share for Q3
 
10/18 19:05   Putin warns Kyiv against copying Saakashvili's policy, says it cost Georgia part of its territory
 
10/18 19:02   Soccer players Mamaev, Kokorin charged with disorderly conduct - Interior Ministry's Moscow branch
 
10/18 19:00   Daily Headline News for October 18, 2018
 




 

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October 18, 2018
 
17:25
St. Andrew's Church in Kyiv to stay property of state - press service for Sophia of Kyiv National Sanctuary Complex
 
17:25
RUSSIAN OIL AND GAS COMPANIES NOT INTERESTED IN INSTANT TRANSITION TO SETTLEMENTS IN NATIONAL CURRENCIES BUT ALL ARE LOOKING AT INSTRUMENTS TO HEDGE DOLLAR RISKS - PUTIN
 
17:24
NOVATEK IS ONE OF GAS SELLERS ON EUROPEAN MARKET FROM BELGIUM'S ZEEBRUGGE PORT - MATERIALS FOR HEADS OF GOVT MEETING
 
17:24
U.S. ACTIONS DO NOT HELP IMPROVE SITUATION SURROUNDING FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM IN MIDDLE EAST
 
17:20
Putin calls on domestic manufacturers to be prepared for competition
 
17:20
Pullout of Iranian troops from Syria decision for Tehran and Damascus, Tehran and Washington - Putin
 
17:18
PUTIN: REPORTS ON MILITARY BIOLOGICAL PROJECTS IN U.S. ALARMING, IF THEY PROVE TRUE, THIS WOULD BE A SERIOUS THREAT
 
17:18
PUTIN: IF SOMEONE ENGAGES IN DEVELOPING BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS, HE SHOULD REALIZE THAT OTHERS WILL DO THE SAME
 
17:17
Russia to provide Egypt with $25 bln loan to build nuclear power plant
 
17:16
PUTIN: IT'S NECESSARY TO DEVELOP UNIVERSAL RULES REGARDING BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS DEVELOPMENT
 
17:14
PUTIN: STATEMENT ON POSSIBLE DEVELOPMENT IN GEORGIA OF BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS IS ALARMING
 
17:14
PUTIN: I WOULDN'T VENTURE TO JUDGE ABOUT CREDIBILITY OF REPORTS ON DEVELOPMENT OF BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS IN GEORGIA
 
17:12
RUSSIA TO ENTER CHINESE SOYBEAN MARKET, SIMULTANEOUSLY PERMITTING CHINESE INVESTORS TO GROW SOYBEANS IN THE FAR EAST - PUTIN
 
17:09
Putin: All foreign forces must leave Syria after complete victory over terrorists
 
17:07
Putin: Abe says Japan can't sign peace treaty with Russia before resolution of territorial dispute
 
17:06
Moscow Exchange to make individual decision on each listing of SDN cos
 
17:06
Russian bank losses due to cyber-attacks total 76.5 mln rubles in 8M 2018 compared with 1 bln rubles in 2017 - FinCERT
 
17:04
PUTIN: SECURITY GUARANTEES FOR N. KOREA MUST BE INTERNATIONAL, RUSSIA STANDS READY TO BE INVOLVED
 
17:03
PUTIN: RUSSIA COULD IMPLEMENT TRILATERAL PLANS WITH SOUTH, NORTH KOREA, IT WOULD BE ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTION TO N. KOREAN SETTLEMENT
 
17:02
ONE SHOULD NOT DEMAND FULL DISARMAMENT OF N. KOREA WITHOUT SECURITY GUARANTEES - PUTIN
 
17:02
PUTIN: SITUATION ON KOREAN PENINSULA DEVELOPING POSITIVELY, I HOPE THIS TREND WILL CONTINUE
 
17:01
PUTIN: SITUATION ON KOREAN PENINSULA DEVELOPING POSITIVELY IN GENERAL, IT USED TO BE ON VERGE OF WAR, NOW IT IS ON VERGE OF PEACE
 
17:01
Russia and CIS political and economic calendar: October 19 - November 15
 
17:00
PUTIN HOPES FOR NEW MEETING BETWEEN TRUMP, KIM JONG UN
 
17:00
MICEX and RTS Indexes at 17:00 MSK
 
17:00
PUTIN: CHARTER FLIGHTS TO HURGHADA, SHARM EL-SHEIKH MAY RESUME PROMPTLY BUT AT FIRST EXPERTS FROM BOTH COUNTRIES HAVE TO DO SOME ADDITIONAL WORK
 
16:59
Putin: Countries play anti-Russian card to resolve internal issues (Part 2)
 
16:59
PUTIN: FLIGHT SECURITY ISSUE WITH EGYPT NOT RESOLVED YET, LAUNCH OF CHARTER FLIGHTS ON AGENDA
 
16:58
Kerch shooter planned attack himself - source
 
16:57
RUSSIA TO GIVE EGYPT $25 BLN LOAN TO BUILD NUCLEAR POWER PLANT - PUTIN
 

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