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Main News of September 2

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A roundup of what has happened in the past 24 hours


* Interpol put Russian billionaire Suleiman Kerimov on a wanted list Monday, Belarusian television reported, citing the Interior Ministry

* NATO’s chief on Monday urged the international community to undertake a tough response to the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian regime

* Moscow City Hall sanctioned a campaign rally for opposition star and Moscow mayoral hopeful Alexei Navalny, despite an earlier refusal


* Syrian President Bashar Assad has dismissed claims that his regime used chemical weapons against civilians


* Russia’s state telecom watchdog successfully sued at least three Internet service providers for not logging in to a government blacklist of banned websites, according to court documents

* President Vladimir Putin backed an initiative by Russian lawmakers to establish dialogue with their US counterparts and resolve the Syria situation without the use of force

* The Russian Foreign Ministry is advising Russian nationals "who believe a United States law enforcement agency has some claims against them not to travel abroad, and in particular not to visit countries that have signed bilateral extradition treaties" with Washington, the ministry said

* Russian police have arrested 229 suspected illegal immigrants during a raid on a market in Moscow, the Interior Ministry said

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