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Seven days in photographs, February 6-12, 2010

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RIAN.Ru presents a photo review of the main events of February 6-12, 2010 in its Weekend project

RIAN.Ru presents a photo review of the main events of February 6-12, 2010 in its Weekend project

© RIA Novosti . Alexey Djura / Go to the photo bankOn February 7, Ukrainians votes in the presidential election runoff.
Yulia Tymoshenko - Sputnik International
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On February 7, Ukrainians votes in the presidential election runoff.
© RIA Novosti . Alexey Kudenko / Go to the photo bankWith 100% of ballots counted, Viktor Yanukovych won the presidential elections with 48.95% of the vote leaving Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko 3.48 points behind.
Viktor Yanukovych - Sputnik International
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With 100% of ballots counted, Viktor Yanukovych won the presidential elections with 48.95% of the vote leaving Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko 3.48 points behind.
© RIA Novosti . Vladimir Baranov / Go to the photo bankOn February 11, the Russia House officially opened in Vancouver, the venue of the 2010 Winter Olympics.
The Russia House opens in Vancouver - Sputnik International
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On February 11, the Russia House officially opened in Vancouver, the venue of the 2010 Winter Olympics.
© RIA NovostiOn February 8, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev named four new regional leaders on Monday in a move that seems to be aimed at rejuvenating regional authorities, a Kremlin source said.
Russian President Dmitriy Medvedev - Sputnik International
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On February 8, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev named four new regional leaders on Monday in a move that seems to be aimed at rejuvenating regional authorities, a Kremlin source said.
© RIA Novosti . Dmitriy GornostaevOn February 10-11, heavy snowstorms hit the east coast of the United States, crippling airports and trunk roads, and giving school students an unscheduled day off.
Snowstorm in New York - Sputnik International
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On February 10-11, heavy snowstorms hit the east coast of the United States, crippling airports and trunk roads, and giving school students an unscheduled day off.
© RIA Novosti . Alexey Nikolskiy / Go to the photo bankOn February 10, Russian prime Minister Vladimir Putin addressed the Baltic Sea Action Summit (BSAS) in Helsinki, Finland and said that that the Nord Stream pipeline will be reliable, and that it will not threaten the marine environment.
Vladimir Putin - Sputnik International
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On February 10, Russian prime Minister Vladimir Putin addressed the Baltic Sea Action Summit (BSAS) in Helsinki, Finland and said that that the Nord Stream pipeline will be reliable, and that it will not threaten the marine environment.
© RIA Novosti . Alexandr Nevezhin / Go to the photo bankOn February 11, legendary Russian opera singer Irina Arkhipova died in hospital aged 85.
Irina Arkhipova - Sputnik International
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On February 11, legendary Russian opera singer Irina Arkhipova died in hospital aged 85.
© RIA Novosti . Valeriy Melnikov / Go to the photo bankOn February 8, hundreds of people gathered on Moscow’s Red Square to mark the beginning of Shrovetide. Festival-goers warmed themselves with hot pancakes, mead and Russian folk dancing in tents set up especially for the event.
Pancake Week kicks off in Moscow - Sputnik International
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On February 8, hundreds of people gathered on Moscow’s Red Square to mark the beginning of Shrovetide. Festival-goers warmed themselves with hot pancakes, mead and Russian folk dancing in tents set up especially for the event.
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