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07/19 21:54   Moldovan parliament imposes moratorium on any form of privatization
 
07/19 21:46   Another suspect in robbery case in which FSB officers also involved worked at Tax Service
 
07/19 21:24   Deserter with grenade held outside Ukrainian parliament
 
07/19 21:14   BRICS, SCO summits to be moved to St. Petersburg, Chelyabinsk to remain venue for other events - Putin
 
07/19 20:59   Twenty terrorists eliminated in N. Caucasus so far this year - National Guard
 
07/19 20:50   UN Security Council approves new measures against arms trafficking
 
07/19 20:46   European Parliament may evaluate losses from EU-Russia mutual sanctions - paper
 
07/19 20:32   Ex-Kyrgyz President Atambayev planning to visit to Russia
 
07/19 20:21   Ukraine, China tentatively agree on projects with investment potential of $10 bln
 
07/19 20:13   Trust Bank becomes owner of 5.7% fmr Otkritie Holding stake in United Wagon Co (Part 2)
 




 

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22:49
Ukrainian special services detain former anti-aircraft gunner from Snizhne, over which MH17 was downed - media
 
22:37
Putin: Zelensky making conflicting statements on Donbas, but let's wait for end of election campaign in Ukraine (Part 2)
 
22:30
Putin expects full normalization in relations between Russia, EU (Part 2)
 
22:22
Russia cannot be indifferent to situation in Venezuela owing to billions invested there - Putin (Part 2)
 
22:00
Russia maintaining balanced relations with key conflicting forces in Libya - Putin (Part 2)
 
21:59
Putin talked with Pope Francis about protection of Christians in Syria (Part 3)
 
21:55
Georgian Interior Ministry detains 4 people involved in storming parliament on June 20-21
 
21:54
Italian PM says disappointed about extending sanctions on Russia
 
21:53
Russia unlikely to make decisive contribution in Libyan conflict settlement - Putin
 
21:47
Putin expects full normalization in relations between Russia, EU
 
21:36
Russia cannot be indifferent to situation in Venezuela owing to billions invested there - Putin
 
21:34
Putin worried about infiltration of militants to Libya from Idlib
 
21:24
Politically motivated sanctions, tariff raising practice should be stopped - Putin (Part 2)
 
21:23
Russia maintaining balanced relations with key conflicting forces in Libya - Putin
 
21:20
Putin: Military interference in Venezuela unacceptable
 
21:16
Politically motivated sanctions, tariff raising practice should be stopped - Putin
 
21:12
Putin: Zelensky making conflicting statements on Donbas, but let's wait for end of election campaign in Ukraine
 
21:09
Putin calls for ceasefire, resumption of political process in Libya to overcome split
 
21:09
Putin talked with Pope Francis about protection of Christians in Syria
 
21:06
PUTIN: WE WELCOME DIALOGUE BETWEEN VENEZUELAN GOVT, OPPOSITION IN NORWAY
 
21:05
PUTIN: RUSSIAN-VENEZUELAN RELATIONS HAVE BEEN DEVELOPING FOR A LONG TIME, WE INVESTED BILLIONS THERE AND CANNOT BE INDIFFERENT TO HOW NORMALIZATION GOES THERE
 
21:02
PUTIN: WE ARE CONCERNED ABOUT SITUATION IN VENEZUELA, ATTEMPTS TO INTERFERE IN IT FROM OUTSIDE; MILITARY INTERFERENCE MUST BE RULED OUT
 
20:59
PUTIN ON RUSSIA'S ROLE IN SETTLEMENT IN LIBYA: I DON'T THINK RUSSIA SHOULD MAKE DECISIVE CONTRIBUTION, DIVE INTO THIS PROBLEM; LET THOSE WHO RUINED LIBYA DO THAT
 
20:59
PUTIN SAYS HE IS WORRIED ABOUT INFILTRATION OF MILITANTS TO LIBIA FROM IDLIB
 
20:58
Putin talked with Pope Francis about protection of Christians in Syria (Part 2)
 
20:56
PUTIN: WE ARE MAINTAINING BALANCED RELATIONS WITH SARRAJ, HAFTAR IN LIBYA
 
20:51
PUTIN ON U.S.-CHINA TRADE RELATIONS: WE HOPE POLITICALLY MOTIVATED SANCTIONS, PRACTICE OF TARIFF INCREASE TO END
 
20:49
RUSSIA WANTS U.S., CHINA TO REACH TRADE AGREEMENT ACCEPTABLE TO BOTH, OTHERWISE ENTIRE GLOBAL ECONOMY TO SUFFER - PUTIN
 
20:48
PUTIN: CHINESE LEADERSHIP ACTING FLEXIBLY ENOUGH IN TRADE TALKS WITH U.S
 

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