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09/25 14:52   Moscow court extends arrest of suspected organizer of cocaine smuggling from Argentina until December
 
09/25 14:50   PRI activists to help Tajik authorities in modernizing prison system
 
09/25 14:49   Former Russian deputy emergencies minister, his suspected accomplices to stay in custody until mid-Dec
 
09/25 14:45   AgMin reaches agreement with MinFin to increase state support to 302.3 bln rubles in 2019
 
09/25 14:40   Ex-Georgian PM Kvirikashvili to become EBRD adviser, to work in Uzbekistan - media
 
09/25 14:34   Sakhalin-1, Sakhalin-2 account for 6% of Japanese oil imports
 
09/25 14:33   Agricultural exports to reach $45 bln in 2024 with 350 bln rubles in state support - Ag Min
 
09/25 14:33   Next ISS expedition goes to Kazakhstan to continue preflight preparations
 
09/25 14:32   Pashinyan expects UN to help Armenia hold early parliamentary election without violations
 
09/25 14:27   Resumption of Iranian military nuclear program must not be allowed - Russian diplomat (Part 2)
 




 

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September 05, 2018
 
22:40
Two Tu-160 strategic bombers successfully perform training missions in Mediterranean Sea - Russian Defense Ministry
 
22:09
 
22:05
Putin, Abe to meet on Eastern Economic Forum sidelines on Sept 10 - Kremlin
 
22:02
Moscow dismisses London's 'insinuations' over Skripals affair, tone of May's speech "absolutely unacceptable" (Part 2)
 
22:01
Russian troops destroy 2 terrorist drones near Hmeimim airbase - Russian Defense Ministry
 
21:52
DPR accuses Kyiv of bringing military hardware back on disengagement line in Petrovske
 
21:33
DPR suggests imposing ban on subversive attacks in Donbas - Gryzlov
 
21:24
Kremlin expects Putin's possible visit to Japan in 2019
 
21:09
British authorities-inspired Skripals affair being deliberately driven into dead end - Russian Foreign Ministry (Part 2)
 
20:54
Russia, Vietnam boosting relations - Medvedev
 
20:49
Russian diplomat told nothing new on Skripals at Foreign Office meeting - embassy (Part 2)
 
20:44
Russian diplomats told nothing new on Skripals at Foreign Office meeting - embassy
 
20:35
Russia doubts authenticity of photos of Russians accused by London over Skripals affair - Foreign Ministry
 
20:23
Moscow dismisses London's 'insinuations' over Skripals affair, tone of May's speech "absolutely unacceptable"
 
20:16
Reports that Russia replaced 'black boxes' of Kaczynski's aircraft insinuations - Russian Investigative Committee (Part 2)
 
20:15
NO NEW DETAILS IN 'SKRIPALS CASE' REVEALED AT MEETING OF RUSSIAN CHARGE D'AFFAIRES AD INTERIM IN UK FOREIGN OFFICE ON WED - RUSSIAN EMBASSY TO LONDON
 
20:14
RUSSIAN EMBASSY: UK NEVER PROVIDED RUSSIA WITH ADDITIONAL INFO (PASSPORT NUMBERS, VISA APPLICATION DETAILS) ON SKRIPALS CASE "SUSPECTS"
 
20:13
British authorities-inspired Skripals affair being deliberately driven into dead end - Russian Foreign Ministry
 
20:04
NEITHER OPCW, NOR BRITISH LABORATORY IN PORTON DOWN CAPABLE OF IDENTIFYING COUNTRY OF ORIGIN OF POISONOUS SUBSTANCES FROM SALISBURY, AMESBURY - RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY'S STATEMENT
 
20:04
PORTON DOWN LAB IS PLACE WHERE RESEARCH WAS AND IS BEING CARRIED OUT ON SUBSTANCE DUBBED BY WEST AS NOVICHOK - RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY
 
20:03
REGRETTABLE THAT OPCW TECHNICAL SECRETARIAT EITHER DELIBERATELY OR NONDELIBERATELY FINDS ITSELF INVOLVED IN POLITICAL GAMES OF UK AND ITS ALLIES AROUND SKRIPALS CASE - RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY
 
20:01
TONE OF UK PM'S SPEECH IN PARLIAMENT OVER SKRIPALS AFFAIR UNACCEPTABLE - RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY
 
20:00
Ruble falling against dollar, euro on lower oil prices
 
19:59
London must start cooperating on Skripals inquiry - Russian Foreign Ministry
 
19:58
Russia has nothing to do with incidents in Amesbury, Salisbury - Foreign Ministry
 
19:53
RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINSITRY ON LONDON'S LATEST STATEMENTS: ONE THING IS OBVIOUS: BRITISH AUTHORITIES-INSPIRED SKRIPALS AFFAIR BEING DELIBERATELY DRIVEN INTO DEAD END
 
19:52
RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY: WE SEE LONDON'S RELUCTANCE TO INTERACT IN EFFORTS TO LOOK FOR TRUTH IN SALISBURY, AMESBURY INCIDENTS
 
19:52
Russian stock market continues to follow int'l markets down
 
19:50
Story with publishing report on 'Skripals' case' is endless, hellish merry-go-round - Russian Foreign Ministry
 
19:49
MinFin continues lengthy campaign for high dividends from Gazprom, budgets for 3-fold growth
 

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