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11/18 17:51   Kyiv Patriarchate denies rumors unification assembly set for Nov 22
 
11/18 17:21   Moldovan president hopes Socialists will win 2019 parliamentary election
 
11/18 16:37   Medvedev arrives in Vietnam
 
11/18 16:33   Moscow to take Japan's allied relations with U.S. into account in peace treaty talks with Tokyo - Peskov (Part 2)
 
11/18 16:26   Moscow to take Japan's allied relations with U.S. into account in peace treaty talks with Tokyo - Peskov
 
11/18 16:12   Putin briefly told Pence about all of Russia's concerns in Singapore - Peskov
 
11/18 15:59   Talks with China prove territorial dispute with Japan can be resolved - Peskov
 
11/18 15:53   TurkStream to strengthen energy security in Europe - Kremlin (Part 2)
 
11/18 15:51   Japan's allied obligations should be taken into account in peace treaty talks with Japan - Peskov (Part 2)
 
11/18 15:49   TurkStream to strengthen energy security in Europe - Kremlin
 




 

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19:25
NCSP NET PROFIT TO RAS SHRINK TO 9.94 BLN RUBLES IN 9M 2018 FROM 22.2 BLN RUBLES A YEAR PREVIOUSLY - REPORT
 
19:23
EU commissioner Hahn disappointed at how Ukraine implementing Reform Contract for Investment
 
19:12
Lithuania remains concerned about environmental safety of Nord Stream 2 - ambassador
 
19:07
Opposition Bloc, For Life parties setting up unified platform for presidential elections
 
19:05
 
18:57
Lithuania won't contest EU terms for closing antitrust case against Gazprom - ambassador
 
18:35
Moscow issues protest to Vienna over spy scandal in Austria
 
18:25
VTB receives idle copper mine in Armenia for debt, hopes to sell
 
18:18
EUMM calls for resumption of IPRM meetings involving Georgia, S. Ossetia
 
18:18
VIENNA'S STEPS HAVE COMPLICATED RELATIONS WITH MOSCOW - RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY
 
18:17
RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY ISSUES PROTEST AGAINST AUSTRIAN GOVT'S STATEMENT ON SUSPECTING FORMER AUSTRIAN COLONEL OF SPYING FOR RUSSIA
 
18:15
Bulgaria wants to build Belene NPP over 10 years for 10 bln euros - Bulgarian Energy Min
 
18:14
Slutsky suspects U.S. of trying to drive wedge between Austria, Russia with spy scandal (Part 2)
 
18:10
Development of space tourism included in Kazakhstan-Russia joint plan for 2019
 
18:09
Novatek, Total interested in upstream projects in Uzbekistan
 
18:08
First Russian warship visits Spanish port Ceuta over last 2 years - media
 
18:07
Nazarbayev invites Putin to discuss Caspian tourism, space tourism
 
18:03
 
18:03
FBK complains to ECHR over blockage of Navalny pages with info on Deripaska
 
18:02
Less than 1% of doping tests from Russian track-and-field athletes were positive in 2018 - ARAF head
 
18:02
Taliban wants talks with U.S., not with Kabul - delegation head (Part 2)
 
18:02
Russia sells Earth remote-sensing data abroad for 1st time
 
17:59
Serial supply of Ilyushin Il-103M planes to start in 2022 - director
 
17:52
Belagroprombank raises 40 mln euro syndicated loan
 
17:46
Caspian states need to ease visa, migration rules to develop tourism - Nazarbayev
 
17:43
SBU doesn't expect military escalation on election day in self-proclaimed Donbas republics
 
17:41
Fixed capital investment growth in Russia slows to 1.8%-2.3% in Q3 - Econ Min
 
17:39
EU won't recognize Donbas elections - European Commissioner Hahn
 
17:34
 
17:31
Taliban controls over 70% of Afghan territory - delegation head
 

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