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  1. In Russia, frugatlity makes a comebackRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 11 | NEWS.com.au

    CHAIRS, tables, designer chandeliers, and an enormous pink lamp in the shape of a bear's head: at The Red Fox and the Lazy Hound, an upscale restaurant that is one of many closing in Moscow, everything must go. Garage sales have been a rarity here, where a decade of boom times has turned Russians into some of the world's biggest gourmands and luxury shoppers.

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  2. VSK elected acting director.Read the original story

    Monday Feb 9 | AK&M

    Eastern Stevedore Company elected A.Dudko, former Mobi Dick director general, as acting director, Global Ports Investments Plc. informed.

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  3. One-Way Ticket to Dushanbe: Russia Sees Exodus of Migrant WorkersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 5 | The St. Petersburg Times

    Ibragim Ishankulov stands on platform No. 1 of Moscow's Kazansky railway station, waiting for the Moscow-Dushanbe train to depart, his hands stuffed into the pockets of his faux leather jacket. 1 comment

  4. Russia becoming aware economic crisis may lastRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 3 | Daily Chronicle

    AP file photo Anastasia Izvolsky looks at her husband, Sergei Izvolsky , and his friend Jan. 25 as they carry out a sofa they bought from a closed restaurant in Moscow. Chairs, tables, designer chandeliers and an enormous pink lamp in the shape of a bear's head are among the items sold at The Red Fox and the Lazy Hound, an upscale restaurant that is one of many closing in Moscow this month.

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  5. Russians realize that economic crisis will lastRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 3 | Salt Lake Tribune

    Moscow a Chairs, tables, designer chandeliers, and an enormous pink lamp in the shape of a bear's head: at The Red Fox and the Lazy Hound, an upscale restaurant that is one of many closing in Moscow this month, everything must go. Garage sales have long been a rarity here, where a decade of boom times has turned Russians into some of the world's biggest gourmands and luxury shoppers.

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  6. In Russia, creeping awareness that economic crisis will lastRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 3 | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    Chairs, tables, designer chandeliers, and an enormous pink lamp in the shape of a bear's head: at The Red Fox and the Lazy Hound, an upscale restaurant that is one of many closing in Moscow this month, everything must go. Garage sales have long been a rarity here, where a decade of boom times has turned Russians into some of the world's biggest gourmands and luxury shoppers.

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  7. War in Ukraine: Ceasefire no moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2015 | The Economist

    AMID the rubble of eastern Ukraine lie traces of life before the war: a pair of broken sunglasses, a stuffed pink unicorn, a roll of undeveloped film. In Dokuchaievsk, south of Donetsk, where a rocket recently ripped into an apartment block, a lonely dog, Virma, sits by the rubble, paws shaking.

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  8. Putin Is Winning the War on 3 FrontsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2015 | TheDailyBeast.com

    Russian-backed rebels are making gains near Donetsk, Lugansk, and Mariupol. Just how long can Kiev hold off their advances? Between January 24 and 26, Ukraine's military spokesman Colonel Andriy Lysenko has claimed, 14 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed and another 92 have been wounded in fighting across the country, with many of those casualties incurred near Donetsk, Lugansk, and Mariupol .

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  9. No plans for visa regime with Ukraine - Russia's immigration chiefRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2014 | Russia Taday

    Refugees from eastern Ukraine fill a form to get social benefits at a temporary accommodation centre on December 25, 2014 in Russia's Rostov region. There will be no visa regime for Ukrainians, the head of Russia's Federal Migration Service says.

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  10. Can SeaWorld Really Send Our Killer Whales to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 21, 2014 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    "Ocean Kingdom is the first phase of transforming the last of the undeveloped Pearl River Delta islands into what Mr. Su describes as the "Orlando of China" which "will become the new benchmark for the theme park industry." The Chimelong Group.

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  11. Monument to Kim Jong Il's Visit to Khabarovsk Erected in RussiaRead the original story

    Dec 19, 2014 | Korean News

    A monument to leader Kim Jong Il's visit to Khabarovsk City was erected at the Utsos observation platform in the City to commemorate the anniversary of his visit to the City of the Far Eastern Region of the Russian Federation. Carved on the monument in Korean and Russian are the words "Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the DPRK National Defence Commission, visited Khabarovsk City on August 17, 2001."

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  12. "If a diplomat does not know his country, what and whom can he represent?"Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | The Day

    DEN'S EDITOR-IN-CHIEF LARYSA IVSHYNA PRESENTED MYKOLA KULINYCH WITH OUR NEW BOOKS. THE SHEER SCOPE OF THESE PROJECTS SURPRISED HIM.

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  13. Kim Jong Il Remembered in Various CountriesRead the original story

    Dec 12, 2014 | Korean News

    Memorial events took place in various countries on Dec. 3 and 5 on the occasion of the third anniversary of demise of leader Kim Jong Il. They included a remembrance meeting and DPRK photo exhibition held by the Nakhodka City Committee of the Maritime Territorial Regional Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, a seminar, remembrance meeting and film show by the Bulgarian Group for the Study of Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism and a remembrance meeting, photo exhibition and film show by the Pakistan-Korea Friendship Association.

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  14. Change of leadership in Crimea means property grabRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2014 | The Charlotte Observer

    In this photo taken on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014, a view of a vineyard of the state-owned Massandra winery in Yalta, Crimea with the Black Sea is in the background. Dozens of businesses and properties have been forcibly seized since Crimea's new pro-Moscow leaders came to power in March, and Massandra has lost a 30-acre plot of land in a popular resort town to the local authorities.

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  15. Visa tries to set forth requirements to Russian Central BankRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 20, 2014 | Pravda

    The head of the Russian office of Visa international payment system, Andrew Torre, appealed to deputy chairwoman of the Central Bank, Olga Skorobogatova, and General Director of JSC National System of Payment Cards , Vladimir Komlev, with a number of requirements that Visa would need to continue working in Russia, RBC reports. In particular, Andrew Torre said that Visa should retain the right to set tariffs for its services.

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  16. NBAMR 9-month RAS net profit down 42.48%Read the original story

    Nov 18, 2014 | AK&M

    RAS net profit of PJSC Nakhodka Active Marine Fishery Base for 9 months 2014 decreased by 42.48% to RUB 371.104 million from RUB 645.227 million for the same period in 2013, the company reported. Revenue decreased by 21.94% to RUB 3.463 billion from RUB 4.436 billion, sales profit by 15.74% to RUB 697.39 million from RUB 827.621 million, pre-tax profit by 39.58% to RUB 463.594 million from RUB 767.287 million.

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  17. Ruscon Looks to Double ServiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2014 | Marine News

    Ruscon, part of the GCS Group, said it is considering doubling the frequency of its weekly fixed day intermodal service from the port of Vostochniy in the Russian Pacific to Moscow. The block train service, with a transit of 11 days, has proved popular with shippers from China and southeast Asia, and is therefore already running close to capacity.

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  18. 75,000 March to Celebrate Russian 'Unity' as Police Arrest Neo-Nazis and Anti-Putin ProtestersRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2014 | The Daily Beast

    More than 75,000 people marched through Moscow as mass demonstrations across Russia marked the country's controversial annual celebration of 'Unity Day' on Tuesday. The national holiday, instituted in 2004 by President Vladimir Putin, was marked by mass marches celebrating 'Russian-hood'.

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  19. Ukraine sends more troops to eastRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2014 | Korea Herald

    Ukraine's president said Tuesday that additional troops are being deployed to the east, where fighting continues to rage between government forces and pro-Russian separatist fighters. Petro Poroshenko said the units would defend cities still under government control against possible incursions.

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  20. Ukrainian president sends more troops to the eastRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2014 | Boston.com

    Ukraine's president said Tuesday that additional troops are being deployed to the east, where fighting continues between government forces and pro-Russia separatist fighters. His remarks came after Ukrainian security officials said during the weekend that Russia has intensified the transfer of troops and military equipment to separatist rebels.

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