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Treasures from the Baltic Sea: Russian amber in the Kaliningrad Oblast

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The Baltic Sea regulalry washes up pieces of amber to its shores, where people like to collect it. The ancient Baltic tribes loved to tell folklore about amber. One...

Greece warns Turkey that they are ready for war

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On Saturday, the Greek Army announced its readiness to respond to any steps by Turkey, threatening to “burn everyone who sets foot on Greek soil.” A Greek news website quoted...
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Nord Stream 2 may contribute to Europe’s energy security

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Russia hopes that the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline will be finalized and it will help step up energy security in Europe in the future, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov...
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Russia’s coronavirus recoveries exceed new cases this week

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The number of coronavirus patients recovered in Russia for the first time exceeded new cases this week, according to TASS estimates based on the anti-coronavirus crisis center’s data. On June...

Russian and Turkish foreign ministers discuss Libyan regulation

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu have discussed the need for coordinated action on Libyan regulation during a phone call on Saturday, the Russian...
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Latest Pantsyr-SM surface-to-air missile/gun system to be presented at Moscow V-Day parade

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The latest Pantsyr-SM surface-to-air missile/gun system armed with small missiles to tackle mini-drones will be rolled out for the first time during the Victory Parade in Moscow on June...
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War in Libya. Russia’s Time is Approaching

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June 20, 2020   Ivan Bocharov On June 15, 2020, Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs Mevlut Cavusoglu stated there are no disagreements between Russia and Turkey on the fundamental principles of the Libyan settlement....
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Putin proposes UN Five to discuss common principles in world affairs

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Modern system of international relations is one of the most important outcomes of the World War II, and today’s world leaders must guarantee that it will be preserved and...
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Iran navy test-fires new cruise missiles

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The armed forces' website published pictures of the drill in the Gulf of Oman showing missiles being fired from a warship and the back of a truck, and a...
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Serbia will always remember Russia’s help amid pandemic, president Vucic says

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Serbia highly appreciates Russia’s assistance in the time when the coronavirus pandemic was spreading across the country and will always remember this help, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said Thursday...
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US sets new Cuba sanctions as Biden meets Cuban-Americans

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The Biden administration announced new sanctions on Friday against Cuba’s national revolutionary police and its top two officials as the U.S. looks to increase...
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Ilyushin ready to modernize its IL-76 aircraft fleet from all around the world

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MOSCOW, July 30. /TASS/. OJSC Il (part of United Aircraft Corporation, UAC) is ready to offer a modernized package for upgrades to Il-76 planes...
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Nord Stream 2 is 99% complete, Fortuna barge is working at final section

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The Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline is by now 99% complete, the Fortuna pipe-laying barge is working at the final section, a representative with...
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Il-112V to replace Soviet-time military transport aircraft — chief designer

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MOSCOW, July 27. /TASS/. Russia’s latest military transport plane, Il-112V, will help to upgrade Russia’s fleet of military transport aircraft, currently dominated by Soviet-made...

Americans’ optimism about country’s direction over next year drops nearly 20 points since May

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As President Joe Biden completed 100 days in office, the country was optimistic about the coming year, but now, just after hitting the six-month mark, Americans' optimism about the...