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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

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

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Yemeni opposition wants interim council to be set up

15 June 2011 00:20
The opposition in Yemen has urged Vice President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi to set up an interim council that would represent the people`s opinion. The interim council is suggested to run the country no more than nine months before general elections take place in Yemen.

Moscow Planetarium finally reopens

15 June 2011 00:16
Following a 17-year-long restoration, the Moscow Planetarium has once again opened its doors for public. The opening ceremony took place on June 12th when the country was celebrating Russia Day.

Obama says new crisis likely unless debt ceiling raised

15 June 2011 00:14
If Congress refuses to raise the debt ceiling, a new wave of global financial crisis will be possible, the US President Barack Obama said in an interview with the NBC on Tuesday. Mr. Obama stressed that reliability of the US economic system is the core of the global financial market.

Alexander Sokurov’s quick eye

15 June 2011 00:11
Alexander Sokurov, an honoured film director, a script writer and a People&rsquo;s Artist of Russia, turns 60 on the 14th of June. He boasts 50 films, 25 film scripts and work as a cameraman and actor.

Moravia to honor Saints Cyril and Methodius

15 June 2011 00:08
Moravia, a historical region of the Czech Republic, is vying for a key role in festivities in 2013 to honor the Byzantine enlighteners of the Slavs, Saints Cyril and Methodius, 1150 years since their arrival in Moravia.

Venet's sculptures spark public anger

15 June 2011 00:02
A Paris residents&rsquo; association, ARAP, has urged the Versailles Court to order removing giant ruddy metal arcs, the work of sculptor Bernard Venet, from the gardens of the Versailles Palace. ARAP leader Guy Esquidie told France Press that Versailles was a cultural heritage site, and therefore, nothing could be changed there.

Britain mulls continuing war in Libya

14 June 2011 23:29
The British Royal Navy will have to deal with consequences if the operation in Libya exceeds six months, Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope, the First Sea Lord, told reporters on Monday.

China embarks on cash for clunkers scheme

14 June 2011 23:25
China plans to use old vehicles to maintain its leading role on the global automobile market. Towards that end, owners of commuter buses and heavy trucks which have been in service for 6 to 15 years have been told to turn them in for cash to buy new ones.

Two Russians in 2nd round of Wimbledon

14 June 2011 23:23
Russia&rsquo;s Ekaterina Ivanova and Arina Rodionova have qualified into the second round of the Wimbledon tournament, the third Grand Slam event of the season.

Bus with Belarusian tourists overturns in Turkey

14 June 2011 23:06
14 Belarusian tourists and a local guide have been injured in a bus crash in the Turkish resort province of Mugla, RIA Novosti reported Tuesday. The bus overturned on its way from Bodrum to the airport.

LAS split over Syria

14 June 2011 23:03
A number of Arab countries have called for suspending Syria&rsquo;s membership in the League of Arab States over the violent suppression of anti-government protests by the Syrian army and police, the Egyptian Al-Ahram newspaper reports.

Daily food checks in Greek hotels to ward off E.coli fears

14 June 2011 22:58
Greece has tightened food control in hotels and tourism zones amid a deadly E.coli outbreak in Europe, according to the Greek National Tourism Organization. The Interfax news agency quotes a spokesman for the Halkidiki Hotel Association as saying that all Halkidiki hotels were undergoing daily food checks.

OPEC fails to agree on oil production quota

14 June 2011 22:54
The existing OPEC oil export quota which is 24, 84 million barrels per day &lsquo;does not work any longer&rsquo;, Secretary General of OPEC, Abdullah al-Badri, said. OPEC held a meeting in Vienna last week, where Saudi Arabia suggested increasing oil supplies by 1.5 million barrels per day.

India, Sri Lanka resume ferry service

14 June 2011 22:14
India and Sri Lanka have resumed ferry service operations after a 30-year pause. The Scotia Prince vessel carrying 221 passengers from India`s Tticorin arrived at Colombo on Tuesday. The ferry service was interrupted in 1983 after the separatist group Tamil Tigers intensified pressure on Sri Lankan government demanding autonomy for northern and north-eastern territories.

Waiting for the miracle

14 June 2011 22:08
The 14th International Tchaikovsky Competition is about to open in Moscow and St. Petersburg on June 14th. This year, the world&rsquo;s largest-scale contest for young musicians will be held for the first time in two cities simultaneously.

Nuclear energy has to be part of the US energy mix

14 June 2011 22:07
Interview with Mr. Doug Walters, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs at the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI). Obviously, in the minds of many people, when we talk about nuclear plant safety is what happened in Fukushima in Japan, regarding the earthquake that struck there and the damage that was done.

Putin vows to pursue active employment policy

14 June 2011 21:50
The Russian government will pursue an active employment policy. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, speaking during a Cabinet meeting on Tuesday, called for creating conditions that would stimulate people to acquire skills in new and more sought-after professions that would give them more prestigious and better-paid jobs.

Gaddafi plays chess with FIDE head

14 June 2011 21:46
";The killing of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi will result in a long-lasting civil war";, the Russian head of the World Chess Federation (FIDE) Kirsan Ilyumzhinov said in an interview with the Interfax news agency after his meeting with Gaddafi.

Skinhead stentenced to life in prison

14 June 2011 21:43
Alexei Voyevodin, leader of a St. Petersburg-based skinhead group, was sentenced to life in prison at a jury trial in St. Petersburg. In May, the jury found him and 11 other members of the group guilty of banditry, ethnically-motivated murder and the illegal possession of arms.
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