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27.12.2011 11:25

The Royal family of the UK will set to rent parkland close to Kensington Palace in London to the Russian Olympic Committee during Olympic Games 2012.


22.12.2011 15:57

The Russian citizens who plan to visit the New World can now pay their visa application fees online by credit card, the U.S. Mission announced.


22.12.2011 13:48

President Obama's chief advisor on Russia, Michael McFaul has been appointed by the U.S. Senate as the U.S. ambassador to Russia. He will change his predecessor John Byerly in early January 2012.


8.12.2011 13:06

Twenty years ago, on 8 December 1991, leaders of three countries signed a Creation Agreement on the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the creation of the Commonwealth of Independent States. The history of the USSR was ended for good.


1.12.2011 13:25

British rescue team may be rewarded for the recovery operation in the Irish Sea after the sinking of a cargo ship with Russian sailors onboard.


   





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