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    A stampede at the Love Parade in the western German city of Duisburg killed 15 people leaving 45 injured, German media said referring to the police

    Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Russia panders to the Western countries in attempts to isolate the Islamic republic, IRNA news agency said

    Russian experts, who assessed an international probe into the sinking of a South Korean warship in June, are still unable to give any decisive answers, Russian Navy Commander Admiral Vladimir Vysotsky said

    Deals signed during the Farnborough International Air Show account for a total of $47 billion, the show's organizers said

    Three Spaniards arrested in a raid by Israeli commandos on a Gaza-bound humanitarian aid convoy are filing suits against the Israeli prime minister and other officials


    Russia will recall from reserve after an upgrade three nuclear-powered missile cruisers by 2020, a high-ranking Navy staff officer told RIA Novosti

    Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said he had met with Russian spies deported from the United States following Russia-U.S. spy scandal and sang patriotic songs with them

    Temperature in Moscow is near to reach the absolute record of 1920 with 36.8 degrees Celsius (98.24 degrees Fahrenheit), Moscow meteorological bureau's official said

    Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin arrived to the bike show in the Ukrainian port of Sevastopol, riding three-wheeled Harley Davidson "tricked out piece of iron"

    Russia may be able to develop a fully-fledged fleet by 2050, but needs to act fast, Russian Navy Commander Admiral Vladimir Vysotsky said

    Two people were killed and seven others injured in a shoot-out in southern Russia, local investigators said

    Manufacturing violations have been the cause of the failures of Russia's ill-fated Bulava ballistic missile tests, Russian Navy Commander Admiral Vladimir Vysotsky said

    At least two people were killed and 26 injured in a bus crash in southern Russia, a police spokesperson said

    A criminal case has been opened to investigate the violation of safety regulations after one miner was killed in a gas explosion at a coal mine in Siberia, a police spokesperson said

    Russian police have detained about 15 environmentalists as they were trying to stop the cut down of trees in a disputed forest outside Moscow

    At least two people were injured when a blast struck a coalmine in Russia's Western Siberia in the early hours of Saturday

    Three servicemen have been shot dead by unknown gunmen in Russia's volatile North Caucasus republic of Dagestan



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