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Residents Flee in Panic as Boko Haram Attacks Key Nigerian City
Russia Unveils Unique Open-Air Scientific Lab in Antarctic
Germany Stops Arms Exports to Saudi Arabia Amid Instability in Region
UKIP Defector Calls Party ‘Vanity Project’ for Dictatorial Leader
Yemeni Houthi Militia Fires Warning Shots in Air to Disperse Protesters
Iran Joins Growing List of Countries to Ditch Dollar in Foreign Trade
China to Build 7,000 Km Moscow-Beijing Railway Estimated $242 Bln
US General Outlines Plans to Train Ukrainian National Guard
King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia Dies, Prompting Surge in Oil Prices
Russia Develops Two New Drones, Ready for Testing
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The latest figures show that 35 people were killed and 125 remain in hospital. Photo: ambulance workers take a man injured in the Domodedovo blast to hospital.
RIAN.ru presents a photo review of the main events of January 22-28, 2011.
UNSC Fails to Agree on Statement Regarding Mariupol Attack in East Ukraine
The Russian Mission to the United Nations announced that the UN Security Council could not agree on a press statement following an attack on the city of Mariupol in south-eastern Ukraine.
Google Ban in Crimea Prompts Companies to Switch to Russian Services
Crimean internet users are turning to Russian internet service companies following Google's announcement that it would make its Apps inaccessible on the peninsula in accordance with the latest round of US sanctions.
Kim Jong Un to Visit Indonesia Marking First International Official Trip
The North Korean leader Kim Jong Un possibly will make his first official visit to Indonesia for attending Asian-African conference.
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