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Europe, Moskau
07.08.2013
US Secretary of State John Kerry and Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel were to meet Friday with their Russian counterparts despite a recent chilling of relations between the countries over Russian asylum for leaker Edward Snowden. Washington (dpa) -
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Russia, Moskau
08.09.2013
Incumbent Sergej Sobyanin was exptected to win Moscow's Landmark mayoral elections, but Exit polls Sunday showed his main Opponent Alexei Navalny unexpectedly strong at 30 per Cent. Moscow (dpa) - Sobyanin was at 52 or 53 per cent, according to the
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Europe, Moskau
16.10.2013
A court in the city of Kirov Wednesday upheld Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny's conviction for embezzlement but suspended his five-year prison sentence, the Interfax news agency reported. Moscow (dpa) - The decision means Navalny, who was
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Russia, Wolgograd
30.12.2013
Russia's Foreign Ministry says Islamist "bandits" were behind the Volgograd bombings. Moscow (dpa) - The ministry said the bombers had ties to Doku Umarov, the leader of the insurgency in North Caucasus region, who continues to send new
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Russia, Machatschkala
18.01.2014
At least seven Islamist militants were reported dead Saturday by Russian authorities after a late-night stand-off with anti-terrorism units in the North Caucasus republic of Dagestan. Moscow (dpa) - The group reportedly fled to a house after
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Georgia
26.09.2012
Georgians are coming out on to the streets in growing numbers to burn brushwood brooms in protest at torture and sexual violence in the country‘s prisons. The protests, sparked by a video of prison abuse showing a male prisoner raped with a broom
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Russia
10.11.2012
Iraq has scrapped an arms deal worth 4.2 billion dollars with Russia a month after it was struck, an Iraqi lawmaker said in remarks published on Saturday. Baghdad (dpa) - "The (Iraqi) prime minister has formed a new committee to negotiate
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Russia
26.01.2013
Washington (dpa) - On the same day that a law banning the promotion of homosexuality in Russia overwhelmingly passed in the Duma, news emerged that the US has withdrawn from a group designed to foster the development of civil society in Russia.
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Russia
14.05.2013
A high-profile exposure of an alleged CIA spy in Moscow threatens to derail attempts to mend relations between Russia and the United States. Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) said Tuesday it had caught a US diplomat working as a CIA operative
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