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Seven days in photographs: April 9-15, 2011

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The week’s headlines were the Minsk metro blast, the BRICS summit in China and the 50th anniversary of Yury Gagarin's journey into space.

The week’s headlines were the Minsk metro blast, the BRICS summit in China and the 50th anniversary of Yury Gagarin's journey into space.

© RIA Novosti . Sergei Samokhin / Go to the photo bankThe Belarusian capital of Minsk was hit by a blast at the Oktyabrskaya metro station, one of the city's busiest, at rush hour on Monday evening.
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The Belarusian capital of Minsk was hit by a blast at the Oktyabrskaya metro station, one of the city's busiest, at rush hour on Monday evening.
© RIA Novosti . Anton Motolko / Go to the photo bankThe blast, which killed 13 and left over 190 injured, was classed as terrorism.
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The blast, which killed 13 and left over 190 injured, was classed as terrorism.
© RIA Novosti . Yuri Abramochkin / Go to the photo bankOn April 12, Russia celebrated the 50th anniversary of Yury Gagarin's first space flight
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On April 12, Russia celebrated the 50th anniversary of Yury Gagarin's first space flight
© RIA Novosti Larisa SaenkoOn Friday, Russian businessman Evgeny Yurchenko paid $2.9 million at New York’s Sotheby’s for a Soviet-made Vostok spaceship capsule that was launched 18 days prior to Yury Gagarin's first manned space flight. Yurchenko pledged to return the piece of history to Russia.
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On Friday, Russian businessman Evgeny Yurchenko paid $2.9 million at New York’s Sotheby’s for a Soviet-made Vostok spaceship capsule that was launched 18 days prior to Yury Gagarin's first manned space flight. Yurchenko pledged to return the piece of history to Russia.
© RIA Novosti . Dmitry Astakhov / Go to the photo bankOn April 14 China hosted a BRICS summit with South African participating for the first time. Photo: Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Russian leader Dmitry Medvedev, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and her South African counterpart Jacob Zuma.
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On April 14 China hosted a BRICS summit with South African participating for the first time. Photo: Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Russian leader Dmitry Medvedev, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and her South African counterpart Jacob Zuma.
© RIA Novosti . Dmitriy Astakhov / Go to the photo bankIn an interview with the Chinese CCTV, Medvedev said he did not rule out his participation in the 2012 presidential race.
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In an interview with the Chinese CCTV, Medvedev said he did not rule out his participation in the 2012 presidential race.
© RIA NovostiFormer Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was hospitalized in Sharm el-Sheikh. Mubarak and his family members are suspected of corruption and abuse of authority.
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Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was hospitalized in Sharm el-Sheikh. Mubarak and his family members are suspected of corruption and abuse of authority.
© Photo : Department of Internal Affairs for the Western district of MoscowMoscow police uncovered an "underground town" housing more than 100 illegal migrants from Central Asia in the capital's east.
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Moscow police uncovered an "underground town" housing more than 100 illegal migrants from Central Asia in the capital's east.
© RIA Novosti . Viktor Gumenyuk / Go to the photo bankThe Geyser Valley was discovered in Kamchatka peninsula in Russia’s Far East seventy years ago, on April 14, 1941 by Russian hydrologist Tatyana Ustinova and her guide Itelmen Anisifor Krupenin. They called the first geyser Pervenets.
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The Geyser Valley was discovered in Kamchatka peninsula in Russia’s Far East seventy years ago, on April 14, 1941 by Russian hydrologist Tatyana Ustinova and her guide Itelmen Anisifor Krupenin. They called the first geyser Pervenets.
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