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05/25 18:44   Aerospace Forces' 60 crews to hold live-fire drill with ground, naval targets in Crimea
 
05/25 18:30   Russian prison abuse victims to be able to get compensations without turning ECHR - Justice Ministry
 
05/25 18:04   UN tribunal ruling on Kerch incident "illegitimate" - Kosachyov
 
05/25 17:36   Ukrainian opposition trying to overcome split
 
05/25 17:24   Vladivostok school party-goers face fines for pictures in police uniform
 
05/25 17:11   Anti-sabotage motor boat to join Russian Navy's Mediterranean task force
 
05/25 16:46   Russian Interior Ministry proposes widening criminal DNA database
 
05/25 16:30   Ukrainian sailors' defense hopes Russia adheres to ITLOS ruling - lawyer (Part 2)
 
05/25 16:28   Public opinion split over 1989 USSR People's Deputies Congress - pollster
 
05/25 16:18   Russia must return arrested 24 sailors, 3 ships to Ukraine - UN Tribunal (Part 3)
 




 

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May 11, 2019
 
15:40
Ukrtransnafta resumes oil transit to Europe
 
15:30
UKRTRANSNAFTA RESUMES OIL TRANSIT TO EUROPE
 
15:14
Gomeltransneft Druzhba notifies Transneft about readiness to increase oil transit amount (Part 2)
 
15:08
Belarus not to block Russian oil transit via Druzhba pipeline - Lukashenko
 
15:01
Gomeltransneft Druzhba notifies Transneft about readiness to increase oil transit amount
 
14:55
Ukrainian PM expects Naftogaz asset unbundling to be finalized by 2020
 
14:50
GOMELTRANSNEFT DRUZHBA READY TO INCREASE OIL TRANSIT AMOUNTS - BELNEFTEKHIM
 
14:41
 
14:33
LPR reports Ukrainian weapons spotted in disengagement area
 
14:26
Belarus does not link 'contaminated' oil reimbursement to Russian tax maneuver - Lukashenko
 
14:21
Belarus loses hundreds of millions of dollars from 'contaminated' Russian oil, expects reimbursement - Lukashenko
 
14:05
BELARUS NOT TO LINK REIMBURSEMENT FOR 'CONTAMINATED' OIL TO RUSSIAN TAX MANEUVER - LUKASHENKO
 
13:55
Ex-security chief Vtyurin was under suspicion for long - Lukashenko
 
13:32
CORRECTED: BELARUS LOSES HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS FROM 'CONTAMINATED' RUSSIAN OIL - LUKASHENKO
 
13:28
LUKASHENKO: LOSSES INCURRED BY BELARUS FROM 'CONTAMINATED' RUSSIAN OIL NEAR $100 MLN
 
13:10
Uzbekistan restores access to news, human rights websites
 
12:52
Kyiv court gives green light to signing Ukrainian language bill (Part 2)
 
12:31
Kyiv court gives green light to signing Ukrainian language bill
 
12:01
Admiral Gorshkov frigate leaves for Pacific on military-diplomatic mission
 
11:44
Regime change in Ukraine might pave way to direct dialogue with Donbas - Gryzlov
 
11:11
U.S.' sanctions on Venezuela continue pressure on lawful authorities of foreign country - Slutsky
 
10:34
Groysman says ready to head Ukrainian govt. after Rada election
 
10:29
Forty charter flights to UEFA Europa League final in Baku to be arranged for British fans
 
10:06
 
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RUSSIA AND FSU GENERAL NEWS
 
00:15
Ruble down against dollar, euro on Friday evening amid fears that U.S., China will fail to reach trade deal
 

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