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The European parliament has named the return of the Crimean Peninsula, which Russia annexed in 2014, to Ukraine as one of the necessary conditions for lifting sanctions against the country.
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What's the cheapest way to travel around Russia? What can I do with all the used batteries rolling around my flat?
90% of Russian Regions Hit by Flu Epidemic
Some 90 percent of Russian regions have been hit by the current flu epidemic, which has already killed over 120 people, the TASS news agency reported Tuesday, citing the Russian consumer rights watchdog.
Russia Vows To Compensate For U.S. Military Buildup in Europe
The Foreign Ministry on Thursday said Russia will take “compensatory measures” in response to U.S. plans to expand its military presence in Europe, news agency RIA Novosti reported.
Rosneft, Bashneft, Alrosa in First Wave of Russian Privatization – Minister
Two oil firms — Rosneft and Bashneft — and diamond producer Alrosa are among the most likely candidates for privatization this year, Economic Development Minister Alexei Ulyukayev said Wednesday.
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