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11/18 19:36   Russian team will go to 2018 Olympics with its own flag and anthem - Kolobkov
11/18 18:11   Skeleton of extinct Steller's sea cow found in Kamchatka
11/18 17:51   Russian Defense Ministry declassifies WWII documents on Soviet aid for Poland
11/18 17:10   No clear picture yet of convening of Syrian national dialogue congress - Riyad Haddad
11/18 17:03   Russian Armed Forces to cut civilian jobs by nearly 300 - presidential decree
11/18 16:57   Ukraine summons Polish ambassador over entry ban on state commission secretary Sheremet
11/18 16:42   Metropolitan Hilarion calls for laws protecting child since conception
11/18 16:34   Russian long-range bombers destroy ISIL militants, weapons, equipment in Syria (Part 3)
11/18 16:31   Sales of 1,000 tickets for 'Nureyev' premiere shows start at Bolshoi Theater
11/18 16:20   Russian long-range bombers destroy ISIL militants, weapons, equipment in Syria (Part 2)

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