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07/16 20:20   Advisors to Normandy Four leaders agree to swap prisoners within a month - Prystaiko
 
07/16 20:11   Russian industrial output growth picks up in June due to processing sector and double-digit growth in LNG production - Ministry
 
07/16 20:03   Sobol, Zhdanov, Yanauskas, Galyamina, Goncharov disqualified from running for Moscow City Duma
 
07/16 20:02   Ruble little changed against bi-currency on Tuesday evening on mixed trends for principal pairs
 
07/16 19:59   U.S. plans to discuss trilateral nuclear deal with Russia, China unpromising - Slutsky (Part 2)
 
07/16 19:54   Main indexes of the Russia stock market for July 16
 
07/16 19:47   Moskalkova, Denisova swap lists of detained Russians, Ukrainians (Part 2)
 
07/16 19:46   British Embassy in Moscow issued over 145,000 visas in 2018, only 2% applicants rejected
 
07/16 19:43   Moscow City Court dismisses Twitter appeal against 3,000-ruble fine
 
07/16 19:42   Human Rights Council head suggests revising law on basic guarantees of electoral rights over situation surrounding Moscow City Duma candidates' signatures (Part 2)
 




 

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Protestors in Tbilisi demand interior minister's resignation
 
18:05
Russia bans flights by Georgian airline companies until repayment of debts for air navigation, safety guarantees
 
17:47
Moscow suspects Washington of trying to use low-yield warheads as blackmail
 
17:29
GEORGIAN AIRLINE COMPANIES' FLIGHTS TO RUSSIA SUSPENDED FROM JULY 8 - RUSSIAN TRANSPORT MINISTRY
 
17:14
Georgian airline companies face temporary ban on flying to Russia from July 8 - source
 
16:51
POSSIBILITY OF RUSSIA LAUNCHING LIMITED NUCLEAR STRIKE AT U.S. MYTHICAL THREAT - RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY
 
16:50
U.S. WANTS TO MAKE LOW-YIELD WARHEADS A MEANS OF BLACKMAILING COUNTRIES OPPOSED TO ITS DIKTAT - RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY
 
13:52
Russian airlines ready to transport passengers from Georgia after July 8 via airports of Armenia, N. Ossetia - official (Part 2)
 
13:48
Ukrainian Security Service chief preparing Zelensky's visit to U.S
 
13:22
 
12:54
Actions of Georgian radicals make tourism, visa-free travel impossible - Volodin
 
12:07
Unclear whether Georgian airlines keep flying to Russia after July 8 - agency
 
11:58
Putin says no plans to hand over S. Kuril Islands
 
11:51
Putin says ready to work with any elected British PM though election method looks strange
 
11:34
PUTIN: RUSSIA TO WORK WITH ANY BRITISH PM TO BE ELECTED
 
11:28
PUTIN ON BRITISH PM ELECTION: WE WILL WORK WITH THE ONE ELECTED BY RULING PARTY, ALTHOUGH ELECTION HELD IN PARTY COMMUNITY LOOKS STRANGE TO ME
 
11:27
PUTIN: RUSSIA TO WORK WITH ANY BRITISH PM ELECTED BY PEOPLE
 
11:25
PUTIN ON POSSIBILITY OF HANDING OVER KURIL ISLANDS: WE HAVE NO SUCH PLANS
 
11:20
Georgia's LGBT community postpones march due to tensions
 
10:54
Russian Navy's ships have firing drill in Baltic Sea
 
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