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A Russian School Student Participates In Intel ISEF
A Russian school student Pavel Baranov is currently taking part in the annual international conference in Engineering and Science, Intel ISEF, in Phoenix, Arisona.
U.S. Florida Builds Tourism Bridges With Nizhny Novgorod
The head of Visit Gainesville (FL, U.S.) tourism programme and Nizhny Novgorod government meet today to discuss the future of collaboration in the tourism sector.
Obama's Microphone Gaffe During Talks with Russia
On Monday, during a conversation between American President Barak Obama and Russian Dmitry Medvedev, Obama was overheard while asking his colleague for "space" for the US.
U.S. Citizens are Prohibited to Adopt Russian Children
Russia is going to suspend the adoption of Russian children by U.S. citizens because of several incidents involving the mistreatment of adopted Russian children.
Russians Can Pay Their U.S. Visa Fees Online
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.
Michael McFaul Comes to Russia in January 2012 as the New U.S. Ambassador
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.
Non-Political Gesture by Russian Newsreader
Tatyana Limanova, a Russian newsreader of the REN TV channel, was dismissed on Tuesday because of the showing the finger during live news broadcast.
Russia Complains of a Lack of Progress in Talks with NATO
On Tuesday Russia and NATO again weren't able to come to an agreement about placing of a new U.S. missile defense shield for Europe.
Russian Pilot is Sentenced to 20 Years in US Prison
Russian pilot Konstantin Yaroshenko has been found guilty of conspiring to smuggle cocaine into the US earlier this year and has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Russian Fastest Sailing Ship Visits San Francisco
Russias sailing ship "Pallada", carrying more than 100 cadets from the Primorye and Kamchatka territories, continues his trip along North America coast.

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