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December 04, 2019
Belgrade bought new arms from Moscow on Putin's advice - Vucic (Part 2)
Whelan didn't request to call his relatives - Russian Foreign Ministry
Russian suspected of killing Georgian citizen in Berlin received French Schengen visa as engineer working for ZAO RUST company - German prosecutor's office
Russian Eurobonds up moderately on demand for risk
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Iraqi oil minister discusses Block 10 with Lukoil chief
Zelensky's party not interested in implementing Minsk Agreements - Medvedchuk
Russian-made advanced EW systems outperform foreign peers - Putin
Support for full independence growing in Belarus, backing for union with Russia declining
Ex-Armenian president Sargsyan charged with misappropriation of funds, subject to travel restrictions
White bear with lettering T-34 on its back sighted in Chukotka can clean its fur without assistance - scientist
Putin: Kyiv's tariff proposals so far 'economically unacceptable,' we hope to align positions (Part 2)
Ukrainian special services collecting personal data of Donbas residents who received Russian passports - Luhansk
Series of bomb scares continues in St. Petersburg
Putin: U.S. openly considering space as theater of war, planning military operations there
Serbia values Putin more than previous Russian leaders - President Vucic
Belarus, Lithuania discuss military cooperation
Zelensky willing to address return of control over Ukrainian-Russian border to Kyiv at Paris summit (Part 2)
Russia may respond symmetrically to expulsion of its diplomats from Berlin - Slutsky (Part 2)
Moldova to have enough gas, electricity next year - president
Court replaces suspended sentence of opposition politician Galperin convicted for calling for extremism with actual one (Part 2)
Russia may supply S-400 systems to Serbia, but no request so far - Deputy PM Borisov
Russian prosecutors, German justice, criminal police officials hold consultations in Moscow (Part 2)
Construction of gas pipeline across Serbia virtually completed - Vucic (Part 2)
Serbia bought Pantsir-S air defense systems despite threat of U.S. sanctions - Russian Deputy PM Borisov
Russian diplomats' expulsion from Berlin to have extremely negative impact on Russian-German relations - Russian ambassador to Germany
Belgrade bought new arms from Moscow on Putin's advice - Vucic
Evraz closes sale of Italian plant to Marcegaglia

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