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Critics accused the Russian leader of turning history on its head in his speech, by comparing today's action in Ukraine to that of Soviet forces in repelling Hitler.
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A new tournament is underway in Moscow that it’s hoped will promote a more spectacular style of rhythmic gymnastics. The experimental rhythmic gymnastics international tournament has been entitled “Divine Grace” and is the brainchild of Olympic champion Alina Kabaeva.
Russian teenager detonates explosive device outside Orthodox school
Several people -- including the suspected bomber -- were wounded in the blast near the Russian capital.
Two people killed after gunman opens fire at Moscow government centre
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Russia shutting NATO mission 'not a major setback', expert says
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Russia to suspend its mission to NATO over expelled envoys
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