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Russia will bankrupt the IOC

On 5 December, the international Olympic Committee decided to suspend the Russian team from participation in the Olympic winter games in Pyeongchang in the Korean allegations of anti-doping rule violation. At the same time, the head of the IOC Richard Bach stressed that “clean” athletes will be allowed to participate …

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Die Welt: Israel dangerously close to Russia in Syria

The civil war in Syria is nearing an end, but a new confrontation between Russia and Iran, on the one hand, and the United States and Israel on the other, has only just begun. About who controls the future of this important geopolitical center of the middle East, and what …

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Unfinished lesson

New school reform in Latvia is a reason for us in Russia to ask yourself the question – what is the reason that we want to move away? Why the language of our perceived as hostile to the instrument? The reason is only in ourselves and in the government and …

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This is not a court: it is close to the body and only

In vain all so surprised prosecutors requested 10 years in a strict regime for the speaker. We just have a bad memory. That answer offhand: what is the term of the former mayor of Yaroslavl Eugene Urlashov? Just don’t be surprised: twelve and a half years. The more murky case …

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In Russia, history does not teach anyone

Interesting news! In Russia under the guise of banned brew — from 1 January 2018. Survived! Introduced in the relevant article of the administrative code. Interesting — well, now he will go from door to door precinct? And selling moonshine, it turns out, the New year is illegal? The reason …

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Who is threatening Russia with a nuclear strike?

If someone believes that North Korea’s launches of ballistic missiles (with Russian assistance?) us does not threaten, it is a mistake. Any escalation of conflict with the possible use of nuclear weapons at our borders is a direct threat to the security of our country. Forty-seven years he conducted negotiations …

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