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2015-03-16 11:53 The Volkswagen plant in Kaluga has stopped assembling three Audi models

The Kaluga plant of the German company “Volkswagen” has stopped the semi knocked down assembly of the three Audi models – Q5 and Q7 Crossovers as well as A7 Hatchback.


2014-12-24 17:04 Bolshoi's Filin to Undergo a Few More Operations in Germany

The Bolshoi Theater’s ballet artistic director, Sergei Filin, who suffered serious injuries in an acid attack in January of 2013, will continue his treatment in Germany.


2014-12-23 17:23 Seven Russian regions will receive nearly $ 3 billion rubles for the construction of stadiums for the 2018 World Cup

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree on the allocation the country funds to seven regions for the construction and renovation of stadiums for the World Football Cup in 2018.


2014-12-22 14:45 Anastasia Volochkova has got split personality

Anastasia has time to give concerts, to participate in long tours and performances, singing on the First Channel, does not forget about her dance school and helps her daughter to build her career as as model, and more, in addition to this, to accept invitations to special-interest projects.


2014-12-17 17:44 Russia to Spend $34 Mln on 2018 World Cup Training Grounds

Around $34 million will be spent on training grounds for the 2018 football World Cup, Russia’s Cabinet of Ministers announced Sunday.


2014-12-16 18:08 CPS banned shipments of wines from Moldova to Russia

CPS imposed a ban on Moldovan wine products shipments to Russia. This was stated by minister Gennady Onishchenko.


2014-12-15 17:51 Laysan Utyasheva and Pavel Volya's son chose a name for himself

The romance between a gymnast Laysan Utyasheva and showman Pavel Volya is the most mysterious up today. First of all everybody were surprised by the news of their wedding. But the Internet spreads the news that Laysan became a mother.


2014-12-11 11:35 Russia inroduced fines for smoking in public

The stiffer penalties for smoking in public are introduced in Russia as the government continues its battle to improve health standards in the country.


2014-12-10 12:47 Moscow Warehouse Temporarily Closed After Anti-Migrant Retz

A vegetable warehouse in a Moscow suburb, one of the main targets of anti-migrant rioters during a night of violent clashes in the area, is closed for five days, a consumer watchdog official said on Monday.


2014-12-09 17:36 Boxing Star Roy Jones Jr. is consifering Russian Citizenship

Former four-division world boxing champion Roy Jones Jr. will take Russian citizenship “in the very near future,” his promoter Vlad Hrunov told R-Sport Monday.


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25.2.2021 16:39 'Thanks Jack!': Twitter's 'Hacked' Documents Warning Backfires, Leading to Exposé Going Viral

A few days after a major exposé of a UK government funded influence campaign targeting Russia, which also implicated Reuters, Bellingcat and the BBC, Twitter applied a warning label to any post sharing the article via the social media giant's platform.


25.2.2021 10:4 S-400 Missile System Caught in Traffic Accident Outside Moscow - Video

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A vehicle of the Russian military's seminal air-defence system — the S-400 Triumf missile systems —  was caught in a traffic accident on the Mozhayskoye highway outside Moscow on Thursday.


25.2.2021 9:46 German Gov’t Reserves Comment on Decision of Some Firms to Terminate Contracts with Nord Stream 2

Earlier, the London-based subsidiary of the German company Munchener Ruck, engaged in the reinsurance of German and foreign companies, withdrew from the provision of insurance services for Nord Stream 2, as Washington was continuing its review of potential "sanctionable activity" by companies involved in the construction of the energy project.


25.2.2021 4:13 Russian T-14 Armata Tank Able to Detect Targets Without Participation of Crew, Source Claims

In 2022, Russia will launch serial supplies of its cutting-edge post-war generation tank, the T-14 Armata, touted to have no equal. With its combat module unmanned and completely remote-controlled, its crew can remain isolated from the fuel section and munitions, meaning that survivability is increased.


24.2.2021 15:30 World’s Oldest Case of Plague Bacillus Found in Siberia

The evidence of a possible ancient pandemic was found after examining the remains of Siberians who lived in the region up to six millennia ago.


24.2.2021 13:33 Suspected Breach Plugged in Space Station's Russian Module as Air Leak Hunt Continues

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Cosmonauts have patched up several areas suspected of hiding a breach in the Russian segment of the International Space Station as they continue their frantic search for a mystery air leak.


24.2.2021 11:44 Putin: Information Campaign Exists Abroad to Undermine Russia's Achievements in Medicine

Since Russia registered the world's first COVID vaccine in August 2020, the West has repeatedly tried to spread disinformation about the vaccine.


24.2.2021 9:13 Putin Signs Law on Fines for Threats to Sustainability of Russian Segment of Internet

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russian President Vladimir Putin signed on Wednesday a bill on multi-million fines for violations of requirements related to sustainability of the Russian segment of the Internet, and for sanctions against Russian media outlets and Russian citizens by online services owners.


24.2.2021 9:3 West Using Pandemic to Punish ‘Unwelcome’ Governments, Lavrov Says

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Western countries persist in sanctions pressure despite the pandemic, making use of coronavirus woes to punish "unwelcome" governments, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Wednesday.


24.2.2021 8:0 UK Foreign Office Docs Reveal 'Full-Spectrum' Psyops to 'Destabilise Russia', Journalist Says

Secret documents from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office reveal a "clandestine, full-spectrum, multi-channel, on- and offline, assault on perceptions waged by the UK government globally" targeting Russia and other states, investigative journalist Kit Klarenberg tells Sputnik.


23.2.2021 10:42 Biden's Lack of 'Decisive Action' Against Nord Stream 2 'Disappointed' Ukrainians, Report Says

In a Monday article for the US news outlet Politico, the foreign ministers of Poland and Ukraine called upon US President Joe Biden to do his best "to put an end" to the Russian-Western European energy project Nord Stream 2, as they warned that Russia was strengthening "its grip on Europe’s gas supply".


23.2.2021 8:21 Explosion Occurs at Federal Gas Pipeline in Russia's Orenburg Region, Local Government Says

UFA, Russia (Sputnik) - An explosion has occurred at a federal gas pipeline in Russia's district of Ileksky, located in the Orenburg Region, with emergency services mobilized to manage the damage caused be the incident, the region's government said on Tuesday.


23.2.2021 0:11 Climate Change’s Latest Warning Sign: A Cargo Ship Just Used Russia’s Northern Sea Route in February

Russia’s northern Laptev Sea typically begins freezing in September. But last year, it didn’t begin until late October, with more sea ice than ever being thin and newly formed.


22.2.2021 19:19 Russian Foreign Ministry Accuses EU of Interfering in Internal Affairs Over Sanctions Threat

On Monday, the EU foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, announced that the European Union's foreign ministers had agreed to expand sanctions against Russia over the situation with Russian opposition vlogger Alexey Navalny.


22.2.2021 12:35 President Putin Says Russia and Other Countries Should Join Efforts in Vaccine Production

Moscow earlier announced the certification of its third vaccine against the coronavirus, CoviVac, developed by the Chumakov Federal Scientific Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences.


22.2.2021 7:55 Armenia Not Ruling Out Joint Arms Production With Russia

YEREVAN (Sputnik) - Armenian Defence Minister Vagharshak Harutyunyan told Sputnik that his country might set up arms production jointly with Russia.


22.2.2021 5:52 Russian Embassy in Washington Welcomes US Decision to Deport Former Guard of Nazi Camp

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Russian Embassy in Washington on Monday welcomed the US decision to deport 95-year-old Friedrich Karl Berger to Germany. The latter served as an armed guard at the Neuengamme concentration camp during World War II.


21.2.2021 13:33 Russia and UAE Will Join Forces to Create Supersonic Passenger Plane

The Russian company previously tried making a passenger aircraft based on the Tupolev Tu-160, but later rejected the idea, opting to design a new plane from scratch.


21.2.2021 10:22 Austrian Foreign Minister Discourages EU From Hasty Decisions on New Russia Sanctions

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The European Union should refrain from actions that could backfire when working out restrictive measures against Russia over Alexei Navalny, Austrian Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg said on Sunday.


21.2.2021 2:30 Russian Embassy in US Getting Constant Inquiries About Sputnik V Vaccine, Ambassador Says

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Russian Embassy in Washington has been receiving numerous requests about the possibility of getting vaccinated against the coronavirus with Russia’s Sputnik V, Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov said.






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