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The Russian capital Moscow was on Thursday hit by smog coming from forest fires in a nearby region in the midst of a summer heatwave.
8 Aug
Four more ships loaded with grain set off from Ukrainian ports on Sunday, as Moscow and Kyiv blamed each other for a new strike at a Russian-occupied nuclear plant.
2 Aug
Russia on Monday said it was blacklisting 39 British citizens, including Labour Party leader Keir Starmer and former prime minister David Cameron.
29 Jul
Eight people died in a blaze in a 15-storey building in Moscow overnight, after a fire alarm malfunctioned, officials said Friday.
14 May
Relatives of Ukrainian soldiers trapped in Mariupol's Azovstal steel plant called on China's President Xi Jinping to "save" the encircled troops on Saturday, saying he was the last world leader that Moscow would listen to.
9 Mar
Russian troops closed in on Ukraine's capital Wednesday as the two countries prepared for their first high-level talks since Moscow launched its deadly invasion two weeks ago.
2 Jan
Five people were killed and 21 were injured in a bus accident south of Moscow in the early hours of Sunday, Russian authorities said.
5 Dec 2021
A Russian airliner had to change course to avoid a NATO spy plane that was crossing its path above the Black Sea, Moscow authorities have said.
5 Dec 2021
The communist system of social and economic organisation collapsed in 1988/89. Theoretically, it was beautiful to behold on paper: to everyone, according to her need
28 Sep 2021
The recent announcement that putschists in Mali who seized power in May are close to a deal with the notorious Russian Kremlin-linked group, Wagner, to bring in 1,000 mercenaries
25 Jun 2021
Moscow authorities reimposed work-from-home restrictions Friday as the Russian capital posted a new daily record for Covid-19 deaths due to a surging outbreak of the Delta variant.
19 Jun 2021
Russia's capital Moscow on Saturday registered 9,120 new coronavirus infections in 24 hours, a second consecutive high, according to government figures...

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