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Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received on May 17 Natalya Antipina, Head of the Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre and Cartography of the Russian Federation.
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A journalist of EcoSever website visited a village in the Saratov region, where people exorcise demons with the help of many days of fasting and swimming in ice-cold water.
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Justice Minister Tzipi Livni on Friday criticized Russia for sending arms to the Syrian regime, stating that "the transfer of arms to Syria is clearly not positive and does not contribute to the stability of the region," according to AFP.
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Meet Margarette Keesee and William Heatley, winners of the 2013 Albany-Russian Olympiad Contest, a student competition on the history of Russia.
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The New York Times quotes unnamed US officials as saying the missiles could be used to counter any potential future foreign military intervention in Syria.
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Police in a small town in Russia's Urals have detained a woman suspected of killing her newborn sons by freezing them to death.
Senior Russian officials on Wednesday downplayed the capture and release of an alleged U.S. spy, suggesting that while the incident won't help already battered relations, it also won't derail cooperation on international issues, including a newly launched effort to end Syria's civil war.
This week, the eight member states of the Arctic Council -decided at their meeting in Kiruna, Sweden, to admit six non-Arctic nations as observers, most notably China.
Moscow City Court has upheld the acquittal of former deputy head of the Butyrka detention center Dmitry Kratov, who had been accused of negligence that led to the death of Sergey Magnitsky, a lawyer for Hermitage Capital.
President Vladimir Putin will soon fly to work by helicopter rather than being driven there in his usual Mercedes limousine to try to appease anger over traffic jams created by his motorcade.
President Jacob Zuma has arrived in Sochi, Russia, for bilateral talks with his counterpart Vladimir Putin, the presidency said on Wednesday .
Russia on Wednesday took a step toward protecting private data by ratifying the so-called Convention 108, established in 1981 and legally binding in 45 countries.
In an effort to double gold production by 2018, Russia's largest gold producer, Polyus, has attracted $1bn in investment for the 3rd largest undeveloped gold deposit in the world.