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What will Russia's gas giant Gazprom do if it loses its key supplier status in Europe? Russia-IC looks at what the international media has to say on the matter.

It could be Russia's next killer weapon - but will the invention make it into the country's defence plants is a big question.

Russia-IC looks at how the international press responded to the decision by the Russian parliament to strip Fair Russia member Gennady Gudkov of his mandate.HAWNNU4NYRJT

The Russian TV-Centr TV station has apologized to French singer Mireille Mathieu over an badly-edited interview and inaccurate translation in what some have seen as attempts at censorship.

Some Western journalists have covered their heads with ashes, denying politicians the moral right to lecture others over human rights abuses or miscarriages of justice. Russia-IC looks at the articles of those editions that are not afraid to expose their own vices.

Madonna was never the one to shun away from scandal - but the aftermath of her Russian tour may baffle even the experienced American performer. Protests, a fine, and even the prospect of becoming a persona non grata in Russia - no Western celebrity ever got embroiled in such "action" in Russia.

The holy Muslim month Ramadan has started this week on August 1 in Russia and will last for thirty days. It is time for strict fasting, diligent praying, reading Quran, giving charity.

The Russian authorities and people have expressed their condolences to the Norwegian King and Prime Minister and the families of victims of terrorist attacks, following the incidents on Friday, July 22, 2011.

The world champion in synchronized swimming Natalia Ishchenko has won six gold medals in Shanghai, China, her total record reaching sixteen wins at world championships. This is an absolute result.

July 13 Swiss and Russian presidents are to discuss acute bilateral and international issues and open a 500 mln Euro Swiss-investment OJSC Shurovskiy Cement plant in Kolomna.

The Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov is to meet US President Barack Obama next week in Washington, D.C. Lavrov will also take part in the meeting of the Middle East Quartet on Israel/Palestine on July 11.

The commemoration of the 66th anniversary of the Soviet's Union victory over Nazi Germany has gathered over 20 thousand soldiers, airmen, sailors and cadets on the Red Square.

American institute of science and international security has confirmed the opinion of French Agency for Nuclear safety, which gave emergency case at Fukusima 1 nuclear plant 6 points from the 7 possible according to international 7 points scale. But it can be not the end...

Mikhail Gorbachev, the First and the Last President of the USSR is celebrating his 80th anniversary today, on the March, 2 in Moscow. This person is associated with the end of the Cold War and fall of the Soviet Union.

Next week Brussels welcomes a summit of the Russian Federation and European Union, at which the parties are expected to sign a document on our country becoming a member of World Trade Organization.

The International Tiger Forum, which started in St. Petersburg this weekend, brought together experts on endangered animals from various countries and government heads of countries, where tigers still live, in order to discuss possible solutions to tiger population decline. The draft programme on doubling tiger population was suggested during a meeting of experts on Bali Island, Indonesia this July.

For Russia this year is definitely the year of the world-famous auto race. Just think a Russian driver has finished his first full season in the race, and Russian goverment has signed a contract on bringing the F1 race to our country.

Two Russian-born scientists have won the Nobel Prize of $1.5 million for Physics, for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene. One of the two is the first individual to take home both the Nobel and the Ig Nobel.

The forum titled The Arctic- Territory of Dialogue wrapped up today in Moscow. The forum has already made its contribution to the Arctics future, its participants said.

Legal international arms trade became so familiar over the past few decades that one doesn't even notice any more how sinister the game is.

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