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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)
 
10/17 21:40   Russian Armed Forces to get regiment set of S-400 systems, 3 battalion sets of Pantsir systems soon - Defense Ministry
 
10/17 21:34   Aksyonov vows to put National Guard officers outside every school in Kerch
 
10/17 21:33   RUSSIAN ARMED FORCES TO RECEIVE REGIMENT SET OF S-400 AIR DEFENSE SYSTEMS, 3 BATTALION SETS OF PANTSIR SYSTEMS IN NEAR FUTURE - DEFENSE MINISTRY
 
10/17 21:28   One gunman responsible for shooting at Kerch school, investigation to find out whether there are accessories - Crimea head Aksyonov
 
10/17 21:27   Atyrau terror suspect was Jabhat al-Nusra member - Kazakh National Security Committee
 
10/17 21:26   SCHOOL STUDENT WHO STAGED EXPLOSION AND SHOOTING HAD GOOD CONDUCT - CRIMEA HEAD AKSYONOV
 
10/17 21:20   ONE GUNMAN RESPONSIBLE FOR SHOOTING AT KERCH SCHOOL, INVESTIGATION TO FIND OUT WHETHER THERE WERE ACCESSORIES - CRIMEA HEAD AKSYONOV
 




 

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October 17, 2018
 
17:51
Hearing of Serebrennikov's Studio Seven case to start Oct 25
 
17:49
Russian GDP grew 1.1% in Sept, 1.6% in 9M - Econ Ministry
 
17:49
RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY: WE CANNOT DENY DAMASCUS'S RIGHT TO CRUSH TERRORISTS IN IDLIB BY FORCE
 
17:49
Moscow values de Mistura's contribution to settlement in Syria - Russian Foreign Ministry
 
17:45
Lavrov-Bolton meeting being prepared - Foreign Ministry
 
17:45
Ukraine steps up security on border with Crimea after Kerch attack
 
17:43
Ukrainian military cancels events with media access in Clear Sky drills
 
17:39
AGRICULTURE CONTRIBUTED NEGATIVE 0.4 PPS TO RUSSIAN GDP GROWTH IN Q3 - ECON MINISTRY ESTIMATE
 
17:38
RUSSIAN GDP GROWTH SLOWED TO 1.3% IN Q3 FROM 1.9% IN Q2 - ECON MINISTRY
 
17:38
RUSSIAN GDP ROSE 1.6% IN JAN-SEPT - ECON MIN
 
17:37
RUSSIAN Y-O-Y GDP GROWTH IN SEPT LEVEL WITH ADJUSTED AUGUST FIGURE AT 1.1% - ECON MINISTRY
 
17:34
Yevkurov: Ingushetia's law on border with Chechnya takes effect
 
17:33
Kerch victims, families to receive social support - Topilin
 
17:30
Transneft RAS net profit plummets 83.9% to 7.2 bln rubles in 9M
 
17:26
RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY ABOUT DE MISTURA'S DEPARTURE AS UN SPECIAL ENVOY FOR SYRIA: WE VALUE HIS CONTRIBUTION TO SETTLEMENT IN SYRIA
 
17:26
Volodin expresses condolences over Kerch terrorist attack
 
17:25
MEETING BETWEEN LAVROV, BOLTON IN MOSCOW NEXT WEEK IS UNDER CONSIDERATION - RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY
 
17:22
Marijuana legalization in Canada violates intl' drug control rules - Russian Foreign Ministry
 
17:21
Catastrophe Medicine Center: Kerch attack death toll reaches 19 people
 
17:20
Tatspirtprom starts exporting vodka to India
 
17:19
AGENCIES HAVE DRAFTED AMENDMENTS TO INSTRUCTION ON DIVIDENDS OF STATE COS: 50% OF PROFIT INSTEAD OF 25% - SOURCE
 
17:16
Moscow dismisses claims of meddling in Libya's affairs, shipping weapons there
 
17:15
 
17:07
Russian agricultural production declines 6% in Sept - Rosstat
 
17:06
Al-Nusra refuses to leave Idlib, sets up HQ there to continue provocations - Russian Foreign Ministry
 
17:05
Ergodan to sign documents on partnership during Moldova visit
 
17:02
Kerch attacker got hunting weapon license in Oct - Crimea children's rights commissioner
 
17:02
DEATH TOLL FROM CRIME IN KERCH SCHOOL RISES TO 19 - CATASTROPHE MEDICINE CENTER
 
17:02
Russia boosts car production 7.2% to 136,000 in Sept
 
17:01
LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA IN CANADA CONTRADICTS INT'L DRUG CONTROL REGULATIONS - RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY
 

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