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04/21 15:17   Administrative protocol issued to Zelensky for showing his filled-out ballot paper - Zelensky campaign staff spokesman
 
04/21 14:59   Fact that Ukrainians freely expressing their will at elections qualifies Ukraine as European state - Poroshenko
 
04/21 14:36   Situation in Georgia's Pankisi Gorge worsens again as extra special operations forces arrive
 
04/21 14:19   Ukraine's run-off vote going normally - CEC
 
04/21 14:10   Moscow urges int'l community to unite efforts in combating int'l terror in wake of Sri Lanka blasts (Part 2)
 
04/21 13:57   Lavrov says doesn't want to presume military collision with U.S. in Latin America as possible (Part 2)
 
04/21 13:53   Zelensky campaign staff records almost 600 violations in Ukraine's run-off vote
 
04/21 13:42   Russia's Medvedev sends condolences over deadly blasts in Sri Lanka
 
04/21 13:36   Moscow urges int'l community to unite efforts in combating int'l terror in wake of Sri Lanka blasts
 
04/21 13:29   Belarusian, Russian reps plan to discuss oil deliveries on April 23
 




 

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March 06, 2019
 
15:24
Putin hopes for FSB contribution to protecting businessmen rights
 
15:16
Rostov court upholds sentence to co-chair of Other Russia Averin
 
15:09
FSB opened over 400 cases as part of countering corruption in 2018, other bodies opened 7,000 cases based on its files - Putin (Part 2)
 
15:09
Russian General Staff against full scrapping of conscription
 
15:06
Putin ordered Energy Ministry to study idea of Arctic Nat'l Project with production of up to 150 million tonnes of LNG a year - source
 
15:04
Uzbek FM, Afghan president's advisor discuss launching Afghan settlement
 
15:01
 
15:00
MICEX and RTS Indexes at 15:00 MSK
 
14:56
Russian counterintelligence stopped activity of 129 career officers, 465 agents of foreign security services last year - Putin (Part 2)
 
14:55
Meeting of German-Russian group on disarmament was constructive; dialogue to continue - German Foreign Ministry
 
14:52
Moscow City Court to hear appeal against extended arrest of suspected spy Whelan on March 14 (Part 2)
 
14:51
Russian Foreign Ministry source denies presence of Russian mercenaries in Libya
 
14:46
Medvedev meets with Luxembourg's Chamber of Deputies president (Part 2)
 
14:42
Juncker, Pashinyan discuss EU financial assistance to Armenia, visa liberalization
 
14:40
Lavrov: Kuwaiti foreign minister 'heard' request on ensuring rights of Russian woman convicted of embezzlement
 
14:39
Number of terrorist crimes dips from 997 to 9 in Russia over decade - Putin
 
14:39
FSB opened over 400 cases as part of countering corruption in 2018, other bodies opened 7,000 cases based on its files - Putin
 
14:36
Number of Muscovites older than 80 might soon exceed 1 million
 
14:28
NATO appreciates Georgia's effort to bolster national defense - Zourabichvili
 
14:27
Growing number of cyberattacks on Russia may seriously damage national interests - Putin
 
14:25
Control over protection of data on production of prospective weapons systems should be strict, but smart - Putin
 
14:22
 
14:20
Georgian president intends to significantly cut number of pardons
 
14:18
Moscow backs Kuwait's efforts to restore Gulf Cooperation Council unity - Lavrov
 
14:17
Russia open to close, trusting work in combating int'l terrorism - Putin
 
14:16
Russian counterintelligence stopped activity of 129 career officers, 465 agents of foreign security services last year - Putin
 
14:15
FSB HAS OPENED 405 CRIMINAL CASES DEALING WITH CORRUPTION, OTHER AGENCIES HAVE OPENED SOME 7,000 SUCH CASES BASED ON FSB FILINGS - PUTIN
 
14:13
PUTIN: NUMBER OF CYBERATTACKS ON RUSSIAN GOVT AGENCIES, STATE CORPORATIONS, COMMUNICATIONS OPERATORS HAS GROWN SEVERAL TIMES IN PAST YEARS, CAN CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE TO NATIONAL INTERESTS
 
14:12
PUTIN: WE SHOULD BE PREPARED FOR FURTHER CYBER OFFENSIVE ON RUSSIA, AND THREATS ASSOCIATED WITH IT WILL INCREASE
 
14:12
U.S.' withdrawal from INF Treaty upsets int'l security system - Putin
 

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