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    • Last update: 14:23 21.09.2019
      14:23 21.09.2019

      Fairy Tales Coming to Life: Highlights of 37th Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships

      More than 300 gymnasts from 61 countries are taking part in the championship and competing for nine sets of medals.

    • This Week in Pictures: 14 - 20 September
      Last update: 16:12 20.09.2019
      16:12 20.09.2019

      This Week in Pictures: 14 - 20 September

      Sputnik's weekly photo gallery presents a selection of pictures that capture the most significant and eye-catching events that happened across the globe during the past seven days.

    • Soviet Classics: The Russian Circus as Art
      Last update: 15:30 19.09.2019
      15:30 19.09.2019

      Soviet Classics: The Russian Circus as Art

      This year, Russian circus art marks an important date - exactly 100 years ago all the circuses, like many other institutions, were nationalised. In 1929 the USSR became the first country in the world to operate a state-run circus training facility.

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    • St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF)
      Last update: 11:41 05.06.2019
      11:41 05.06.2019

      What You Need to Know About St. Petersburg International Economic Forum

      SPIEF is a major global platform for communication between business representatives and the discussion of crucial economic issues. This year, the forum is slated to take place from June 6-8. Last year's edition brought together around 17,000 participants from over 140 countries.

    • Fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral
      Last update: 14:19 17.04.2019
      14:19 17.04.2019

      Heart of Paris on Fire: Devastating Blaze in Notre Dame in Facts and Details

      A massive fire broke out at the cathedral on the evening of 15 April, causing the collapse of the Notre Dame’s spire and two-thirds of its roof. The blaze was fully extinguished only on Tuesday morning. Though the inferno badly damaged the iconic church, the two main towers, relics and main works of art were saved.

    • NATO Bombing of Yugoslavia: History of the Conflict
      Last update: 08:00 24.03.2019
      08:00 24.03.2019

      NATO Bombing of Yugoslavia: History of the Conflict

      NATO's operations began on March 24, 1999, and ended on June 10. The Serbian government estimates that about 2,500 people, including 89 children, were killed during the US-led bombing campaign.

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    • TruD'oh!
      Last update: 23:53 19.09.2019
      23:53 19.09.2019

      TruD’oh!

      Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s past deeds came back to haunt him on Wednesday after TIME Magazine presented the first of several images and clips of Trudeau altering the color of his skin to mock individuals of different backgrounds.

    • Not Hot, Nor Spicey
      Last update: 23:58 17.09.2019
      23:58 17.09.2019

      Neither Hot, Nor Spicey

      Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer took a page out of Energy Secretary Rick Perry’s political playbook and hit the “Dancing With the Stars” stage last night to begin his hopeful quest for the coveted mirror ball trophy.

    • Blame It On The Bulb
      Last update: 01:37 14.09.2019
      01:37 14.09.2019

      Blame It On The Bulb

      During the House Republican Conference Retreat Dinner in Baltimore, Maryland, US President Donald Trump decided to let his audience in on why his skin has such an orange glow: energy-efficient light bulbs (apparently)!

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