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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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April 15, 2019
 
22:04
Moscow stands for stepping up efforts on Syrian refugees' return from Lebanon
 
21:53
Russian Defense Ministry opens accreditation to Moscow Conference on International Security
 
21:52
Russia to perform at least 6 launches of OneWeb telecom sats before late 2020, 3 of them from Vostochny
 
21:42
Lavrov, UN sec-gen discuss Syria by phone
 
21:34
Ashgabat confirms resumption of Turkmen gas supplies to Russia (Part 2)
 
21:34
LAVROV, UN SECRETARY GENERAL DISCUSS SYRIAN SETTLEMENT BY PHONE - RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY
 
21:27
Ashgabat confirms resumption of Turkmen gas supplies to Russia
 
21:19
Russia ready to send up to 5 servicemen as part of UN peacekeeping force in Cyprus
 
21:15
Moldovan president, U.S. ambassador discuss domestic political situation in country
 
20:51
 
20:49
Russian, Yemeni FMs discuss Yemeni settlement
 
20:34
Prosecutor seeks 10 years in jail for wanted Yukos case defendant Ivlev - defense attorney
 
20:31
Matviyenko to discuss PACE crisis with its president
 
20:14
Medvedchuk accuses Poroshenko of disrupting Donbas prisoner swap
 
20:06
Moscow City Court refuses to reinstate Arashukov as senator
 
20:00
Novatek to mull 5 mln tpy Arctic Cascade LNG plant
 
19:59
Ruble pares gains against dollar, euro
 
19:54
Russian stock market corrects down following early gains
 
19:51
Results of Interregional Trading for OFZ & OBR
 
19:44
Main indexes of the Russia stock market for April 15
 
19:43
British student who ran in street with knife detained in Nizhny Novgorod - source (Part 2)
 
19:40
Capitalization of Russian stock market decreases 0,09% on Monday
 
19:38
Aggregated results for trading of shares in Moscow Exchange
 
19:32
 
19:31
Tbilisi emphasizes importance of cooperation between Georgian, Romanian sea ports
 
19:22
PIK Group could pay nearly 15 bln rubles in dividends
 
19:20
Russia to send up to 30 soldiers to CAR as part of UN stabilization mission - Putin's order
 
19:12
Several new suggestions on Karabakh voiced at meeting of Azerbaijani, Armenian, Russian FMs - Baku
 
19:00
Daily Headline News for April 15, 2019
 
18:59
RUSSIA WILL SEND UP TO 30 SERVICEMEN AS PART OF UN STABILIZATION MISSION TO CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - PUTIN'S DECREE
 

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