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

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India’s oldest prisoner free

19 June 2011 00:04
India&rsquo;s oldest prisoner Brij Bihari aged 108 was released on Saturday. He spent two years in prison over killing 4 people in 1987. The old priest was freed by the Uttar Pradesh court as he is disabled and needs medical assistance.

Tunisia ready to give its island for Libya talks

19 June 2011 00:03
Tunisia&rsquo;s government is ready to provide its Djerba island for talks between Libya&rsquo;s belligerent parties, Russia&rsquo;s presidential envoy for Africa Mikhail Margelov told reporters in Tunisia on Saturday. Russia and the African Union will guarantee appropriate conditions and security at the meeting. The rebel-controlled Benghazi wants Muammar Gaddafi to quit to launch the dialogue.

Another quake strikes Japan

19 June 2011 00:02
A 5.9 magnitude earthquake struck eastern Japan&rsquo;s island of Honshu in the area of the Fukushima 1 nuclear plant on Saturday, seismologists say. No tsunami alert has been issued and no damage reported. This is the fifth quake over 4 mg. striking the island on Saturday.

Russian men win again at World Volley League

19 June 2011 00:02
Russian men have defeated Japan 3-0 for the third time at the World Volleyball League 2011 held in Siberia&rsquo;s city of Surgut. The team won all 7 games in their B selection Group. They will play with Japan again on Sunday.

Russia to go ahead with loans for Belarus- Finance Minister

19 June 2011 00:01
Russia will go ahead with providing loans for Belarus despite its import restrictions, the country&rsquo;s Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin stated on Saturday. However, Moscow will reconsider its loan policy if Belarus restricts trade with Russia. Belarus is to receive $ 3 bn from the EuroAsEc Anti-crisis Fund in late June.

Russia’s future in nuclear energy – Rosatom head

19 June 2011 00:00
Russia believes that its energy future is nuclear, the head of Rosatom state nuclear corporation Sergei Kirienko told the Interfax news agency. He said that the country is now working on plants of new generation as some of Russia&rsquo;s plants are pre-Chernobyl and need modernization.

Death toll from Kabul attack reaches 9

19 June 2011 00:00
Death toll from the Kabul police station blast has reached 9, including three policemen, an intelligence officer and five civilians. The attack was carried out by three suicide bombers dressed in military uniform, allegedly Talibs, who broke into the building and one blew himself up. Two others were gunned down by the policemen.

Russian servicemen prevent attacks in Dagestan

18 June 2011 23:59
Russian servicemen have prevented attacks in the North Caucasian republic of Dagestan. They found explosives of approximately 60 kg TNT in a forest and arrested a militant linked to making devices for derailing trains. The servicemen also defused 13 devices.

EU veggies may get back to Russia

18 June 2011 23:45
EU representatives may fly to Russia to discuss the lifting of the veggie import ban, Russia&rsquo;s Chief Hygiene Inspector Gennady Onishchenko told reporters. Russia imposed the ban due to an E.coli infection outbreak which hit Europe in early June. The parties agreed to resume supplies under EU guarantees at the Nizhny Novgorod Russia-EU summit.

Fukushima air far from being clean

18 June 2011 23:35
Radiation level in the area of Japan&rsquo;s crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant hit by the devastating March quake and tsunami is ten-fold higher than the norm, while drinking water appeared to be safe, tests say. Recently, the plant&rsquo;s engineers launched a new water purifying system but it was stopped over a glitch.

St Pete Forum looks into crisis prevention

18 June 2011 23:24
The closing day Saturday of the Economic Forum in St Petersburg was dominated by discussions on ways to avert new economic meltdowns around the world. We have an opinion from President Dmitry Medvedev: "The global economy is intrinsically cyclical, making future meltdowns possible.

Militants kidnap Afghan officials

18 June 2011 23:24
Armed militants have kidnapped a group of Afghan top officials, including the Secretary of the Logar Provincial Assembly. A car with officials was stopped near the city of Jalalabad by disguised insurgents who seized the passengers and took them in an unknown direction.

8 rebels killed in Libya’s Nalut

18 June 2011 23:14
Eight rebels have died and 13 have been injured in clashes with pro-Gaddafi forces in Libya&rsquo;s northeastern city of Nalut. The rebels had destroyed six armored vehicles and killed 45 soldiers in the fight which began on Friday, the rebel leader Abou Saa told reporters.

Finland’s new govt wants stronger ties with Russia

18 June 2011 23:03
Finland&rsquo;s new government wants to strengthen ties with Russia and doesn&rsquo;t plan to join NATO, says a strategy by the country&rsquo;s future collation. The document also supports Russia&rsquo;s rapprochement with Europe and integration into European affairs. The coalition also pledges to provide for a visa-free travel between Russia and the EU

Berlusconi attends another Mills trial hearing

18 June 2011 22:49
Italy&rsquo;s PM Silvio Berlusconi has attended another hearing at the Mills Trial in Milano as a defendant. This is his third turn-up in 8 years. The politician is charged with corruption, when transferring 600,000 dollars to a Swiss account of his lawyer David Mills for withholding court testimony in 2000. Berlusconi has denied the charges.

Germans strike against nukes

18 June 2011 22:37
Hundreds have gathered near the Brockdorf nuclear power plant in northern Germany protesting against nuclear energy. After the Fukushima-1 accident in Japan, Germany&rsquo;s government pledged to shut down all the country&rsquo;s 17 plants by 2022 and switch to alternative energy. However, people want the plants to be shut as soon as possible.

Medvedev sets out crisis prevention programme

18 June 2011 22:24
President Medvedev believes averting new economic meltdowns around the world supposes consistent action on decisions of the G-20 at their summit in 2008 to modernize financial regulation, adopt new accounting standards and encourage job creation. He was speaking about this at the St Petersburg Economic Forum on the closing day there on Saturday.

2 killed in Kabul police office attack

18 June 2011 22:22
Three suicide bombers killed two and injured 4 people in Kabul&rsquo;s police headquarters. The militants broke into the building and one blew himself up. Two others were gunned down by the policemen.

Sofia memorial vandalized

18 June 2011 22:21
Unknown hoodlums have vandalized a Soviet war memorial in the Bulgarian capital Sofia in a way which made bronze soldiers look like popular cartoon characters. Authorities say they possess composite pictures of the vandals, who may face fines of up to 25 hundred euros.

Spain, Russia sign agreements at St.Pete Forum

18 June 2011 22:09
Russia&rsquo;s President Dmitry Medvedev and Spain&rsquo;s PM Jose Luis Zapatero have signed a series of agreements at the St.Petersburg International Economic Forum.