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The U.S. State Department: Russia prepares aggression against the USA by hand of Chukchi people

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Thousands people oppose the construction of military biological laboratory of the USA in Merefa

It seems the Russians are now going to have a look at what they were doing in the Merefa biological lab


Ivan Datsenko from Ukraine is the leader of the Indians and the agent of the Soviet intelligence service

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The U.S. State Department: Russia prepares aggression against the USA by hand of Chukchi people

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The truth of history: Wehrmacht, just as SS, slaughtered and raped on a mass scale

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The USA and other organizers of anti-Russian sanctions stand up for Nemtsov's murder

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Stolypin to be memorialized

13 July 2011 20:53
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has proposed marking the 150th birth anniversary next year of the pre-Bolshevik Prime Minister Pyotr Stolypin by erecting an outdoor statue of this most successful of Russia&rsquo;s land reformers. He urged private donations, including from Cabinet members.

16 dead in Java road crash

13 July 2011 20:51
Sixteen people, including children, are dead and 13 injured after a road crash on Indonesia&rsquo;s Java island. Reports speak about a head-on collision between a fuel tanker and two smaller vehicles. The pile-up smashed a roadside tent hosting a wedding party.

Davis Cup play-offs revealed

13 July 2011 20:46
This year&rsquo;s Davis Cup play-offs have been revealed in London. Russia will play against Brazil on home lawn, Romania will be challenged by the Czech Republic, Israel - by Canada, Chile - by Italy and Japan&rsquo;s rival is India. The tennis tournament between men&rsquo;s teams is scheduled for September 16-18.

France to proceed with military operation in Libya

13 July 2011 20:40
French lawmakers voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday to extend funding for France&rsquo;s military operation in Libya until the Gaddafi regime is toppled. Under the French law, a decision on military intervention is made by the government and the president personally. Four months later the parliament is due to discuss whether it is necessary to proceed with the operation.

Nursing weakened spotted seal

13 July 2011 20:35
Weakened or dying spotted seals are nursed at a rehabilitation centre for marine mammals in the village of Tavrichanku in the Maritime region.

Russian businessmen to invest money in Twitter

13 July 2011 20:30
Two Russian IT businessmen, Yuri Milner and Alisher Usmanov are going to invest 400 million U.S. dollars in Twitter micro-blog service by purchasing a 5 percent stake of the resource, which is among the ten most popular websites in the world. Twitter, which was launched in 2006, has now over 200 million users, including 700,000 in Russia.

Moscow hosts Operalia contest

13 July 2011 20:29
Moscow will be hosting Operalia, the world opera competition, founded by prominent tenor Placido Domingo from July 18-24. The event will be dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the Russian opera star Galina Vishnevskaya. Forty contestants from the US, Argentine, China, Africa and Russia will compete for the prizes.

Sergei Lavrov continues his visit to US

13 July 2011 20:18
Cooperation between Russia and the Untied States has become structured and systemic under the Barack Obama Administration, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in his interview at the Voice of Russia Washington office on Tuesday. He said that missile defense was the only irritant in the relations.

Russian Interior Ministry promotes police jobs

13 July 2011 20:09
The Russian Interior Ministry has announced a photo competition called Police through a Photographic Lens. Its aim is to show the difficulties of a policeman&rsquo;s work and its importance to the public.

Bradley Manning visit refusals “break UN rules”

13 July 2011 20:09
The case of Bradley Manning still haunts the American government despite the transfer of the Army private to a military prison with less strict conditions. Juan Mendez - the UN&rsquo;s chief torture investigator - accuses the US of violating international rules by refusing him an unmonitored access to the prisoner.

April blasts on Kunashir not a menace

13 July 2011 20:06
April explosions on Kunashir, one of the Kuril Islands, were caused by the disposal of old ammunition and did not mean any threat to the Japanese people, the Russian Embassy informed the Japanese Foreign Ministry.

Espionage case in Georgia

13 July 2011 20:04
Shorena Shaverdashvili , Editor-in-chief of ";Liberali"; magazine: Immediately the case was classified as top secret, so we literally had absolutely no information which we could analyze until Saturday when the government presented us with an official version that this is an espionage case; they also presented us with couple of phone recordings as well as couple of documents.

“Chemotherapy” for pedophiles

13 July 2011 20:04
President Dmitry Medvedev has submitted a bill to the State Duma, Russia's lower house of parliament, which introduces more sever punishment for criminals guilty of sexual offences against children. Child molesters who repeat their crimes will be sentenced to life imprisonment.

The least painful way of cutting the dog’s tail

13 July 2011 19:57
While the US President Barack Obama is unsuccessfully waging a third war in Libya, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is hinting tot Syrian President Bashar Assad about the possibility of a fourth war, the real problems of the administration lie at home.

Heavy blow to the prestige of Afghanistan

13 July 2011 19:54
Boris Makarenko , Head of the Moscow-based Center of Political Technologies: The news about assassination of Ahmed Wali Karzai, half-brother of the incumbent Afghan president, reminds us about two things which both have precedents in history.

Labour market in US

13 July 2011 19:41
Interview with John Slenker, a labour market analyst with the New York State Department of Labour. The topic of the interview was prompted by the fact that Cisco Systems is laying off 10,000 workers in California.

World will consume more oil in 2012

13 July 2011 19:38
The world oil demand will increase by 1.5 mln barrels a day compared to this year&rsquo;s growth of 1.2 mln, the International Energy Agency forecasts explaining the rise by greater needs of the developing economies of Asia, the Middle East and Latin America.