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Seven days in photographs, January 23-29, 2010

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RIAN.Ru presents a photo review of the main events of January 23-29, 2010 in its Weekend project

RIAN.Ru presents a photo review of the main events of January 23-29, 2010 in its Weekend project

© Company Sukhoi / Go to the photo bankOn January 29, Russia's prototype fifth-generation fighter made a 45-minute maiden flight in the Far East.
Test flight of the T-50 fifth-generation fighter plane - Sputnik International
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On January 29, Russia's prototype fifth-generation fighter made a 45-minute maiden flight in the Far East.
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Viktor Yanukovych's efforts to dismiss Ukraine’s interior minister Yuryi Lutsenko accusing him of political bias, were unsuccessful. Tymoshenko struck back swiftly, however, calling an extraordinary meeting of the government at which Lutsenko was appointed first deputy interior minister, authorizing him to run the ministry.

Seven days in photographs, January 23-29, 2010  - Sputnik International
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Viktor Yanukovych's efforts to dismiss Ukraine’s interior minister Yuryi Lutsenko accusing him of political bias, were unsuccessful. Tymoshenko struck back swiftly, however, calling an extraordinary meeting of the government at which Lutsenko was appointed first deputy interior minister, authorizing him to run the ministry.

© FlickrOn January 28, J.D. Salinger, the reclusive author of "The Catcher in the Rye," died on Wednesday of natural causes at his home in New Hampshire aged 91.
J. D. Salinger - Sputnik International
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On January 28, J.D. Salinger, the reclusive author of "The Catcher in the Rye," died on Wednesday of natural causes at his home in New Hampshire aged 91.
© RIA Novosti . Nikolay Ryutin / Go to the photo bankOn January 28, the Russian Natural Resources Ministry said that Baikal Pulp and Paper Mill will resume operation in mid-February.
Seven days in photographs, January 23-29, 2010  - Sputnik International
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On January 28, the Russian Natural Resources Ministry said that Baikal Pulp and Paper Mill will resume operation in mid-February.
© RIA Novosti / Go to the photo bankOn January 29, Anton Chekhov, one of the few Russians renowned abroad, would have turned 150. His birthday will be widely celebrated in Russia and abroad throughout 2010.
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On January 29, Anton Chekhov, one of the few Russians renowned abroad, would have turned 150. His birthday will be widely celebrated in Russia and abroad throughout 2010.
© RIA Novosti . Sergey PyatakovOn January 28, Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia held a prayer service in downtown Moscow's Christ the Savior Cathedral to see Russia's Olympic competitors off for the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver
Seven days in photographs, January 23-29, 2010  - Sputnik International
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On January 28, Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia held a prayer service in downtown Moscow's Christ the Savior Cathedral to see Russia's Olympic competitors off for the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver
© RIA Novosti . Igor Samoylov / Go to the photo bankCentral Russia endures the coldest January since the 1960s.
Seven days in photographs, January 23-29, 2010  - Sputnik International
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Central Russia endures the coldest January since the 1960s.
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