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2014-12-08 12:58 Vera Brezhneva hides tattoos in underwear

Recently, after the release of a new video of Vera Brezhneva, the fans started talking about the fact that the star has a tattoo in a very intimate place.

2014-12-03 17:24 Dima Bilan was called a thief

AvtoVAZ got unique equipment , through which you can explore the car smells.

2014-12-02 12:50 Russian PM Medvedev Has Over 2 Mln Twitter Followers

The number of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev’s followers on Twitter has exceeded 2 million.

2014-12-01 17:55 "VKontakte" will not remove much of the music tracks

Social network “VKontakte” will delete the recorded music only at the request of the right holder, the majority of the recordings is to be saved. This was stated by social network spokesman George Lobushkin.

2014-11-29 09:16 AvtoVAZ cut car production by 20%

Last year, AvtoVAZ produced 438,435 cars LADA, which is 20.6 % lower than a year earlier.

2014-11-26 18:10 Russia Kremlin Website Hacker Sentenced for Hooliganism

A Russian court convicted a computer hacker who broke into the presidential website to 18 months of probation, a court representative said Monday.

2014-11-25 17:55 Airport "Sheremetyevo" imposed restrictions on hand luggage

Capital Airport “Sheremetyevo” imposed temporary restrictions on rules for taking passengers baggage.

2014-11-24 17:34 A Half of Russians Regret Loss of Soviet Union

More than half of Russians regret the breakup of the Soviet Union and believe that it could have been avoided, a respected independent pollster said Tuesday.

2014-11-10 11:15 Svetlana Loboda broke off her relations with husband

As it turned out, the former singer of the band “VIA Gra” and now a successful ukranian solo singer Svetlana Loboda no longer lives with the civilian husband and father of their daughter Lina. Andrey Tsar has not only moved out of their shared home, but moved to another city.

2014-11-05 12:59 Russian Church Has High Expectations for Pope Francis

The head of the Russian Orthodox Church said at a meeting with a Roman Catholic cardinal that the Russian Orthodoxy had high expectations for Pope Francis’s pontifical tenure.

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17.8.2018 16:46 Ancient Whale Skeleton Revealed Under Crimean Bridge

KRASNODAR (Sputnik) - A 10-million-year-old skeleton of an extinct whale species have been discovered during the archaeological examination of the Crimean Bridge construction site, the press service of the Crimean Bridge project said on Friday.

17.8.2018 9:35 Russian Scientists Discover Crypt Featuring Image of Hercules (PHOTO, VIDEO)

The ancient objects were built in Crimea by Greek colonists who first settled in the region almost 2,500 years ago. They could be found in Kerch, which was later capital of the ancient Bosporan Kingdom.

16.8.2018 19:29 US Needs New Approach to Dealing With Russia – Undersecretary Nominee

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The United States needs a complex strategy for Russia, US ambassador to Pakistan David Hale said on Thursday during a Senate confirmation hearing on his appointment as undersecretary of state for political affairs.

16.8.2018 18:56 Explosion at Mine in Russia's Rostov Kills One, Injures 5 - Emergency Services

According to the information Sputnik received from the emergency services, they took the call about the blast at 4:50 p.m. local time. The reasons behind the explosion are being investigated.

16.8.2018 17:57 Trump to Remain Tough as US, China to Resume Trade Talks - WH Economic Adviser

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - President Donald Trump will not back down from his tough stances as the United States and China resume trade talks later this month, White House Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow told CNBC News on Thursday, as he confirmed that a Chinese delegation will visit Washington later in August.

16.8.2018 15:55 Ex-CIA Director Brennan Calls Trump's Denial of Collision With Russia 'Hogwash'

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US President Donald Trump's claims that he did not collude with Russia are false, John Brennan said on Thursday, just one day after Trump revoked the ex-spy chief's security clearance.

16.8.2018 15:2 Ferries May Connect Crimea and Turkey by Fall - Company

The ferry line will connect several ports on the peninsula to Turkey across the Black Sea.

15.8.2018 23:37 Russia to Lift Visa Regime for Turkish Nationals - Ankara

ANKARA (Sputnik) - Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Wednesday that Russia will lift the visa regime for Turkish nationals holding official passports.

15.8.2018 19:39 'Ideal Shape': Real-Life Russian Barbie Slams Fans for Alleging She Is Anorexic

Internet users may easily find fault even with one's dazzling complexion and slim body, unable to resist the temptation to speculate if she or he has any health issues. That is apparently the case with Yulia Kriger, Russia’s Barbie, who shot to fame on social networks last summer and has since been a popular social media figure.

15.8.2018 17:3 'Su-35 Can See F-35 All Right': Military Expert Says US Jet 'Too Complex'

The US’ fifth generation F-35 stealth fighter is too expensive and will become less and less invisible as new and more sophisticated radars come along, Russian military expert Dmitry Drozdenko told Sputnik.

15.8.2018 16:44 US Sanctions Moscow Over Chemical Weapons While Ignoring It's Own Dark Past

Moscow responded to fresh sanctions placed by Washington on Monday over an alleged chemical weapons attack in the United Kingdom last March. Russian officials have slammed the United States and United Kingdom for their hypocrisy and reminded them of their own troubled past concerning chemical weapons usage.

15.8.2018 10:8 Replacement of Greek Envoy to Moscow Not Unfriendly Move Against Russia – Source

ATHENS (Sputnik) - Forthcoming replacement of the Greek ambassador to Moscow is not an unfriendly move against Russia and is not related to the tensions in bilateral relations, a source in the Greek Foreign Ministry told Sputnik.

14.8.2018 15:3 Russian Armaments Completely Adhere to International Law - Kremlin

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - All new Russian armaments are consistent with the letter and spirit of international agreements, Russia has never violated them, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Tuesday.

14.8.2018 9:27 Russia Fully Complies With Treaty on Open Skies – Lawmaker

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russia fully complies with the Treaty on Open Skies, the US accusations are completely groundless, Yevgeny Serebrennikov, the deputy chair of the Russian upper house's defense and security committee, told Sputnik.

14.8.2018 6:9 Russia Could Host 2023 European Olympic Games - Source

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The European Games might be held in Russia in 2023, a highly placed source told Sputnik on Tuesday.

13.8.2018 2:25 Russian Embassy in US Slams Claims About Moscow's Role in Charlottesville Events

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The allegations, voiced by some US politicians, that Russia had a role in last year's violent clashes in the US city of Charlottesville, are absurd just like other US claims that Moscow had meddled in Washington's domestic affairs, the Russian embassy in the United States said.

13.8.2018 1:42 NASA Administrator Plans to Meet With Russian Space Agency Chief in Near Future

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Jim Bridenstine, the administrator of the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), said he was ready to hold a meeting with Dmitry Rogozin, the head of the Russian space agency Roscosmos, in the near future.

12.8.2018 12:16 Ice Age Fashion: World's Only Mammoth Hat is on Sale in Russia

Vladimir Ammosov, a builder from the Siberian city of Yakutsk, is selling a unique hat; the first, presumably in thousands of years,to be made of mammoth wool. It costs about $10,000 and has its own certificate of authenticity.

12.8.2018 10:5 Russian Defense Ministry Publishes Archived WWII Documents on Military Aviation

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Russian Defense Ministry has published archived documents on the history of the military aviation in Russia and military pilots' heroism during the World War II.

11.8.2018 19:57 German Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battery Unearthed in Gulf of Finland

The Hogland 2018 search expedition on the islands of the Gulf of Finland has found a German antiaircraft artillery battery from the Second World War buried beneath the sand on Bolshoi Tyuters Island.

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