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2015/07/01 08:11
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Ever since the formation of a coalition government in Greece between the radical leftist Syriza party and the far-right Independent Greeks party (ANEL), many Western leaders and a sizable portion of...
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2015/07/01 07:18
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Officials in the central Russian city of Nizhnevartovsk have called off all yoga classes held in both private and municipal facilities as part of a crackdown on “religious cults.” According to the...
2015/07/01 01:17
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Russia bans yoga for being too much like a ‘religious cult’ India: Modi leads 35,000 in first-ever International Yoga Day celebrations 1:09 Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday led over 35,000 people...
2015/06/30 19:42
2015/06/30 19:42
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As Russian officials scramble to heap blame on Western NGOs for anti-government protests that have swept the Armenian capital in recent days, analysts argued that Moscow only has itself to blame for...
2015/06/30 18:42
2015/06/30 18:42
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Russia will buy gas turbines for two new power plants to be built in the annexed territory of Crimea from a company majority-owned by Germany's Siemens, newspaper Vedomosti reported Tuesday citing...
2015/06/30 17:27
2015/06/30 17:27
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At least two studios in the central city of Nizhnevartovsk have reportedly been sent letters by local authorities asking them to be vigilant against yoga classes being taught in the buildings. The...
2015/06/29 19:42
2015/06/29 19:42
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Organic food cooperative LavkaLavka will open a store in a Moscow mall run by Swedish furniture store IKEA, LavkaLavka head Boris Akimov said Monday, as demand grows in the capital for healthy,...
2015/06/29 18:42
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As negotiations over the future of Iran's nuclear weapons program draw to an expected end in the next few days, the economic and political landscape of the Middle East and Central Asia are expected to...
2015/06/29 16:49
2015/06/29 16:49
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A secret passage used to smuggle intelligence out of Communist China and into the Soviet Union has been discovered in the northern Heilongjiang province, a news report said Monday. The tunnel,...
2015/06/29 16:49
2015/06/29 16:49
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On Friday a group of Russian culture organizations and tech companies teamed up to launch a new Internet literature event. The Chekhov Moscow Art Theater, Google, MegaFon and the Russian Book Union...
2015/06/28 17:42
2015/06/28 17:42
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Culture Minister Vladimir Medinsky has called for the introduction of a sales tax on foreign films released in Russia and said the money could be used to fund domestic productions. "I cannot...
2015/06/26 20:19
2015/06/26 20:19
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Reuters photographerPutin and Pugachev in a photo dated July 28, 2000. Back in the late 1990s, it was widely believed that a group of the former president's insiders, nicknamed "семья" (or "family"),...
2015/06/25 18:42
2015/06/25 18:42
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As tensions between Russia and the West continue to flare over Ukraine, defense ministers representing NATO's 28 member states met in Brussels this week to agree on measures to further reinforce its...
2015/06/25 18:42
2015/06/25 18:42
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A young Moscow dental surgeon was attacked and beaten in his own office after submitting a complaint to the Mayor's Office over reforms to the city health system. Ivan Stepanov, 24, a dental surgeon...
2015/06/25 17:42
2015/06/25 17:42
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Russians are notoriously sensitive about what other nations think of them, politically as well as culturally. The image of bears wandering the streets and rows of folk-dancing babushkas reeling around...
2015/06/25 16:43
2015/06/25 16:43
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NATO made its move in the pre-World War III poker game with Russia this week, meeting Moscow's recent stake of 40 intercontinental missiles with a batch of tanks slated for deployment on the...
2015/06/25 15:50
2015/06/25 15:50
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Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has put pen to paper on a decree to extend countermeasures on the EU, US and others in retaliation to sanctions imposed on Russia over Ukraine. The ban on food...
2015/06/24 19:42
2015/06/24 19:42
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Russian lawmakers said Wednesday that rolling protests on the streets of the Armenian capital of Yerevan could be the first stage of a "color revolution" similar to those that have toppled governments...
2015/06/24 19:42
2015/06/24 19:42
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Russia's economic crisis is forcing the government to consider sweeping savings on pension payouts, a move that could go down badly with a core part of President Vladimir Putin's electorate. The...
2015/06/24 17:44
2015/06/24 17:44
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The Moscow City Duma courted controversy Wednesday with its determination that a proposed referendum question on the restoration of a monument to feared Soviet secret police chief Felix Dzerzhinsky...
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