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04/19 10:18   Quarter million ballots intentionally spoiled in 1st round of Ukrainian presidential election - CEC
 
04/19 10:13   Kazanorgsintez increases dividend on common shares 80% for 2018
 
04/19 10:11   EMEA equities again cede ground to bonds - BCS
 
04/19 10:10   Zelensky gives dark humor reply when asked if he's ready to shake Poroshenko's hand
 
04/19 10:08   UNICEF sends 20 tonnes of construction materials to Donbas
 
04/19 10:07   DOLLAR UP 8.5 KOPECKS AT OPEN TO 63.98 RUBLES/$1, RUBLE DOWN AGAINST BI-CURRENCY BASKET
 
04/19 10:06   RUSSIAN STOCK MARKET OPENS WITH MOEX RUSSIA, RTS UP 0.2%
 
04/19 10:02   Former Dalspetsstroy deputy head convicted of Vostochny Cosmodrome project misdealings
 
04/19 09:57   Plane forced to land in Pskov region after illegally entering Russia's airspace - source
 
04/19 09:56   Rail freight group RTC puts off IPO after shareholders get private offers
 




 

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March 18, 2019
 
22:24
U.S. forces blocking refugee evacuation from Rukban camp - Russian military
 
21:58
Crimeans remained loyal to Russia throughout decades of life outside it - Putin
 
21:57
Russian embassy to Estonia condemns anti-Semitic verbal attack on chief rabbi
 
21:40
Putin supports project to open museum of global Christianity in Crimea
 
21:31
Ukrainian Foreign Ministry delivers note of protest against to Putin's Crimea trip
 
21:29
Titiyev's defense team to appeal against his 4-year sentence on drug possession charges
 
21:23
Volker supports Kyiv's rejection of direct talks with DPR, LPR
 
21:14
 
21:03
Titiyev sentenced to 4 years in penal colony for drug possession (Part 2)
 
20:39
Unless Titiyev conviction is quashed, he can apply for early release in May - lawyer
 
20:37
Memorial views sentence to Titiyev as unlawful, but glad that it is relatively soft
 
20:34
Chechen authorities not involved in Titiyev trial directly or indirectly - Kadyrov's spokesman
 
20:22
Moskalkova ready to help with Tityev case if asked
 
20:17
Russia seeking Council of Europe reform, rather than reinstating its delegation's rights in PACE - Russian Foreign Ministry
 
20:13
Titiyev's conviction politicized - Memorial
 
20:10
Film about Kursk tragedy to be released in Russia on June 27 - distributor
 
20:06
Volker hopes for Russia's calm reaction in case of Ukraine joining NATO
 
20:03
Ruble pares gains against dollar, euro
 
20:00
Erdogan invited to inaugurate Crimean mosque - Putin (Part 2)
 
19:55
Titiyev sentenced to 4 years in penal colony for drug possession
 
19:52
Russian Investigative Committee charges ex-Lithuanian prosecutor with unlawful criminal action against Russians over events of 1991
 
19:51
Russia gains on higher int'l equity markets, oil; RTS tops 1210 on stronger ruble
 
19:49
Chechen human rights campaigner Titiyev found guilty of drug possession - court
 
19:46
COURT SENTENCES HEAD OF CHECHEN BRANCH OF MEMORIAL TITIYEV TO 4 YEARS IN PENAL SETTLEMENT FOR POSSESSION OF DRUGS
 
19:44
Main indexes of the Russia stock market for March 18
 
19:41
Russia has misunderstanding with Ukraine's leadership, not people - Putin
 
19:39
Russia recognizes Macedonia with new name 'Republic of North Macedonia' - Russian Foreign Ministry
 
19:38
Aggregated results for trading of shares in Moscow Exchange
 
19:35
 
19:34
Capitalization of Russian stock market increases 0,35% on Monday
 

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