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Russia, Israel sign visa-free agreement
Russia and Israel signed a deal on Thursday on mutual visa-free travel, as part of the Russian foreign minister's visit to the country.
WWF says illegal trade in polar bear skins growing in Russia
Bush says 'cautiously optimistic' over Russia-U.S. missile talks
The U.S president said he hoped an agreement could be reached between Russia and the United States on Washington's missile defense plans for Central Europe.
Moldovan police seize record 200 kg heroin batch
New tomb for 'Altai Princess' to be built in Siberia
A tomb to house the remains of a woman found after being preserved in ice for 2,500 years will be built in Siberia's Altai Republic, the director of a local museum said on Thursday.
Putin orders transfer of stake in Inter RAO UES to nuclear corp.
Russia accuses Berezovsky of lying to receive asylum in U.K.
Russian investigators accused fugitive tycoon Boris Berezovsky of fabricating an assassination plot against him to receive asylum in the U.K., and opened a new criminal case against him.
Georgia's breakaway Abkhazia warns war could break out in region
Lawmakers in Georgia's breakaway republic of Abkhazia signed a statement on Thursday accusing Tblisi of military aggression, and warning that war could break out in the Caucasus.
U.S.-Russian brothers detained in Moscow for industrial spying
Two brothers with dual Russian-U.S. citizenship, one of whom works at oil company TNK-BP, have been charged with industrial espionage, Russia's domestic security service said on Thursday.
Heineken to invest $180 mln in Volga brewery in 2008-2009
Belarus leader accuses EU of pandering to U.S.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said on Thursday he wants better ties with the European Union, but cannot accept the bloc's unquestioning obedience to the United States.
Gaza Strip to be connected to regional power system
Serb PM hits out at U.S. over plan for Kosovo military aid
A decision to permit U.S. arms deliveries to Kosovo is "another profoundly mistaken step" by Washington, Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica said on Thursday.
Court rejects prosecutors' suit against Baikal pulp mill
Hamas, Fatah agree to start dialogue in early April
Rival Palestinian groups Hamas and Fatah failed at Yemeni-brokered talks on Thursday to overcome their differences, but agreed to start dialogue in early April, Al Arabiya television station reported.
Up to 10 Georgian protestors agree to end hunger strike
Russian automaker AvtoVAZ to produce off-road vehicles in Egypt
VEB ready to spend $1.2 bln on UABC stake
Belgian government sworn in after nine months of deadlock
St. Louis Police Arrest 15 in Ferguson Protests
Minsk Agreements Key for Lifting Anti-Russia Sanctions: Polish Ambassador
UN Marks International Day of Solidarity With Palestinians
UN Torture Watchdog Slams US For Police Brutality in Ferguson
Two Shot in Chicago Nordstrom Store, One Killed: Reports
Russia Conducts Naval Drills in English Channel: Navy
Kobani Almost Cleared of Islamic State Militants: Free Syrian Army
PHOTO: Russian Airbase in Crimea Reinforced by New Fighter Jets
Putin: Russia Will Not Be Drawn Into Geopolitical Conflicts
Gold Repatriation from US to Result in Higher Gold Prices, Weaker Dollar
Nostalgic Exhibition of ‘Soviet Childhood’ Opens at Museum of Moscow
Balloons and Broadway Show Parade Through New York City on Thanksgiving
European Countries Repatriate Gold Bullion Reserves from Overseas Vaults