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 WORLD

 

 * Iranian production of 20%-enriched uranium does not mean the end of a possible fuel swap scheme, the Islamic Republic said

 

* Failure to deliver S-300 surface-to-air missile systems to Tehran could provoke bad feelings in the Islamic Republic, an Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman said

 

* Russia congratulated Viktor Yanukovych on his victory in Ukraine's presidential election, saying that it hoped for better ties with his government

 

* Lithuania's defense minister said that a decision by NATO member France to sell Russia a top-of-the-range warship demonstrates that the alliance is no threat to Moscow

 

RUSSIA

 

 

* Russian photographers have welcomed the lifting of restrictions on photo and video shoots in the Kremlin and Red Square

 

* Deliveries of fifth-generation fighters to Russia's Air Force will start in 2015 rather than in 2013 as previously announced, the Air Force chief said

 

* Russian communication service providers agreed to fight child pornography in the Internet

 

* Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov has dropped his libel claims against Russian human rights activists who accused him of involvement in the death of a colleague, the president's spokesman said

 

* An email address could become an official online ID pass for Russian nationals, the communications and media minister said, but experts were skeptical

 

* Parliament members from Russia's Siberian republic of Buryatia have sent Prime Minister Vladimir Putin a letter requesting him to rescind his decision to reopen a pulp mill near Lake Baikal, a Buryat spokesman for environmental issues said

 

* Russia's law enforcement bodies in 2009 curtailed the activities of four organized crime groups responsible for a total of 90 murders, the country's top investigator said

 

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