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December 16, 2019
LPR slams Zelensky-proposed bill on decentralization of power in Ukraine
Collection of evidence in SPbU postgrad Yeshchenko's murder case completed - lawyer
Moscow City Court restricts access to English Premier League matches on 6 websites including
About 240 cases opened on suspicion of 'fraud involving use of computer information' in 2019 - Murashov
Poroshenko's wife steps down as Ukrainian Cultural Foundation head due to "pressure" from authorities
Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova would like to get more EU integration opportunities under Eastern Partnership
Arms cache found in home where large family lives near Gatchina - source
DPR disagrees with Zelensky-sponsored amendments to Ukrainian Constitution that make no reference to Donbas special status
Number of DDoS attacks using 'legitimate' websites on the rise - expert
Several dozen held at unsanctioned rallies on Independence Day in Kazakhstan (Part 2)
Ukraine will stop blocking Polish graves' exhumation - head of Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance
Ukrainian coalminers to protest in Kyiv, at mines on Dec 18
FBK head Zhdanov says wants to run in State Duma election
Russian govt orders Roscosmos to discuss with Belarus extension of satellite constellation's functions
Two criminal cases opened in Russia over use of other people's computers for mining
Creation of spacecraft Oryol requires extra funds - Rogozin
Putin not planning to attend Davos forum - Peskov (Part 2)
Russian president signs amendments to Code of Administrative Violations introducing mln fines for violations of rules by foreign agent media (Part 2)
Camera crew from Russian TV channel Zvezda banned from Ukraine for 3 years after already leaving country - SBU
RUSADA likely to go to court to dispute WADA's decision - Duma deputy
HSE student Zhukov's defense appeals his sentence
Moscow Helsinki Group announces fundraiser to continue its work
Rogozin speaks on risk of crumbling, unfinished facilities at Vostochny
Ukrainian land owners to protest against land reform on main roads in 8 regions
EU ambassador outlines areas where EU, Russia bolstering cooperation
Kyrgyz FM expresses protest to Russia over beating of Kyrgyz nationals in Khabarovsk
Ruble posts marked gains against dollar, euro on trade deal
Kyiv initiatives aired at Normandy Summit repeat ideas of former Ukrainian leadership - Russian expert

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