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  1. Russia looks to populate its Far East. Wimps need not applyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | The Wave

    Yuri Bugaev, a Cossack on a scouting trip for settlers from St. Petersburg, Russia, looks out over grassland in Primorsky Krai in the Russian Far East, June 16. The nine Far Eastern regions targeted for settlement in the government's land giveaway, which began on June 1, encompass more than a third of Russia but are home to only 6.1 million people. Yuri Bugaev, a Cossack on a scouting trip for settlers from St. Petersburg, Russia, looks out over grassland in Primorsky Krai in the Russian Far East, June 16. The nine Far Eastern regions targeted for settlement in the government's land giveaway, which began on June 1, encompass more than a third of Russia but are home to only 6.1 million people.

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  2. Russia looks to populate its Far East. Wimps need not applyRead the original story

    Friday Jul 15 | The Honolulu Advertiser

    RYBOLOV, Russia>> Standing ankle deep in mud in a swampy grassland more than 4,000 miles from his home, Yuri A. Bugaev surveyed a mosquito-infested wasteland that the Russian government is offering to would-be pioneers under its own modern-day version of the 1862 Homestead Act in the United States. "This is not really what I had in mind," said Bugaev, who had traveled across seven time zones from St. Petersburg, Russia, to scout the possibilities for settlers in the country's sparsely populated Far East, a territory roughly two-thirds the size of the United States.

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  3. Russia looks to populate its Far East. Wimps need not apply.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Anchorage Daily News

    Standing ankle deep in mud in a swampy grassland more than 4,000 miles from his home, Yuri A. Bugaev surveyed a mosquito-infested wasteland that the Russian government is offering to would-be pioneers under its own modern-day version of the 1862 Homestead Act in the United States. "This is not really what I had in mind," said Bugaev, who had traveled across seven time zones from St. Petersburg, Russia, to scout the possibilities for settlers in the country's sparsely populated Far East, a territory roughly two-thirds the size of the United States.

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  4. Partisans or Cop Killers? The Fight for Justi...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | The St. Petersburg Times

    "We beat the policeman up and then we shot him in the head," says the young man with blond, millimeter-length hair. "He cried out: 'Help me!'" Sukhorada smiles.

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  5. Khanty-Mansiysk bank Otkritie to pay compensations to Prisco Capital depositorsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 5 | AK&M

    Khanty-Mansiysk bank Otkritie has won the competitive selection of agent banks authorized to pay insurance compensations to the depositors of the recently delicensed JSC CB PRISCO CAPITAL, Russia's Deposit Insurance Agency informed. To ensure the prompt payment of insurance compensations to the depositors of PRISCO CAPITAL Bank in Nakhodka city , DIA will additionally conduct the competitive selection of an agent bank.

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  6. [Column / Crude World] Mr. Putin goes to ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | EUobserver

    Last weekend, Russian president Vladimir Putin paid a high-level visit to China. Following the meeting, news emerged that Russian and Chinese companies inked more than 30 cooperation accords in the areas of energy, finance, trade, media and sports.

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  7. Hot off Brexit, Vladimir Putin goes to ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 26 | OpEdNews

    As the whole planet attempts to digest the implications of Brexit, the real heart of 21st century action once again shifts to Beijing, where President Vladimir Putin on Saturday pays a visit to Chinese President Xi Jinping. Business will include clinching a $6.2 billion high-speed rail deal; increased supply of Russian wheat to China -- by building a Trans-Baikal grain terminal; and steps towards deeper military cooperation.

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  8. Lack of an economic agenda has limited the scope of Shanghai Cooperation OrganisationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2016 | The Indian Express

    India will become a functional member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation from this year. Along with India, Pakistan will also become a member of the forum.

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  9. An undated photo of the 83M floating dock at Go Dau Port, Dong Nai Province. Photo: VNARead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2016 | Thanh Nein News

    State shipping company Vinalines has sold an abandoned floating dock that cost it VND500 billion for a much smaller sum of VND38.5 billion , news website Bnews reported on Saturday. The 83M, which was sold at an auction with only three bidders, is linked to a corruption case that rocked the country in 2012 and ended with 10 Vinalines executives and customs officers being sentenced either to death or imprisonment.

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  10. Rosneft, CSOC arrange for construction of barge for Zvezda Shipbuilding ComplexRead the original story

    Jun 1, 2016 | AK&M

    Rosneft Chairman of the Management Board Igor Sechin had talks with China Shipbuilding&Offshore Co.Ltd. President Chen U Ing, Rosneft informed. The parties agreed major parameters of the contract between CSOC China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation subsidiary and JSC Far Eastern plant Zvezda for load out barge construction and supply to the Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex.

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  11. Igor Sechin discusses implementation of Zvezda projectRead the original story

    Jun 1, 2016 | AK&M

    Igor Sechin, Chairman of the Management Board of Rosneft Oil Company, conducted working meetings in Primorsky Krai addressing implementation of the Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex project in Bolshoy Kamen Bay and Far-East Petrochemical Company , Rosneft informed. The meeting participants discussed the key stages of the Zvezda shipyard construction project, potential workload, onboard equipment localization and skilled workforce recruitment.

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  12. NBAMR increased 3-month net profit to RUB 1.604 billionRead the original story

    May 24, 2016 | AK&M

    RAS net profit of PJSC Nakhodka Active Marine Fishery Base for Q1 2016 increased twice to RUB 1.604 billion from RUB 801.119 million for the same period in 2015, the company reported. Revenue increased by 28.43% to RUB 3.585 billion from RUB 2.791 billion, sales profit by 73.54% to RUB 2.126 billion from RUB 1.225 billion, pre-tax profit by 99.54% to RUB 1.804 billion from RUB 904.095 million.

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  13. Normandy Four leaders discuss OSCE monitoring of eastern UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | EurActiv.com

    The leaders of the Normandy Four countries: Russia, France, Germany and Ukraine, held a telephone conversation early today over the issue of improving OSCE monitoring in eastern Ukraine. The first talks in the so-called 'Normandy format' between FranA ois Hollande, Angela Merkel, Vladimir Putin and Petro Poroshenko were held on the occasion of the celebration of D-Day, in Normandy, in June 2014.

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  14. Russian zoo names black goat ObamaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2016 | New York Post

    A Russian zoo took an incredibly offensive jab at the Leader of the Free World, naming its new black goat "Obama." The animal was recently welcomed to the Primorsky Safari Park in Shkotovo from a farm in Sochi, and in a failed attempt at humor, park officials claim they tried to bring the animal to visit Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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  15. Baby whale washes up on to beach alive but instead of helping locals EAT itRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2016 | Mirror.co.uk

    But instead of rushing to help, locals decided to cut it open, dissect it into sections and take the meat. By the next morning there was barely anything left of the huge mammal, with videos and photos of the carcass spreading across social media.

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  16. The Revolution That Wasn't: Russian Documentary Cinema in BerlinRead the original story w/Photo

    May 6, 2016 | The St. Petersburg Times

    The 25th anniversary of the Russian Federation has not only been a cause for celebration in the motherland, but also an opportunity for internal perspectives on life in Russia to extend abroad. "The Revolution that wasn't - Russian Documentaries 1991-2015," was a retrospective imagined to bridge this gap between the internal and external representations of Russia.

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  17. Russian mink farms where thousands are slaughtered and left to rot to make $1m coatsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2016 | Daily Mail

    'I have no sympathy for the animalsa I feel a deep satisfaction': Barbarity of Russian fur farms where thousands are slaughtered to make $1m coats and blankets then left to rot in stinking corpse mountain These disturbing pictures expose the macabre truth about the fur farms in Russia and China which supply the fashion market in the world's leading cities, including London, Paris and New York. Across ten time zones, the images show the reality of mink and sable gulags - many set up during the harsh Communist past - where prized animals are bred for slaughter, bringing in millions of pounds to the Russian economy every single year.

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  18. Winners of UN World Wildlife Day poster competitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2016 | Bizcommunity

    The winners of the UN World Wildlife Day 2016 poster competition were announced by the Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora and the Department of Environmental Affairs of South Africa in Geneva. The DEA is the sponsor of the UN World Wildlife Day 2016 poster design competition, as South Africa is the host country of the 17th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to CITES CoP17.

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  19. NBAMR annual general meeting scheduled for May 27Read the original story

    Apr 7, 2016 | AK&M

    The Board of Directors of PJSC Nakhodka Active Marine Fishery Base held a meeting on April 1, the company informed. The Board of Directors made a decision to convene this year's annual general meeting of NBAMR on May 27. The record date is April 12. PJSC Nakhodka Active Marine Fishery Base captures, processes and sells fish and seafood both in the Russian Federation and in the markets of Western Europe and Asia-Pacific countries.

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  20. East of Siberia: Where There is No TractorRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2016 | Scientific American

    One of my favorite Russian sayings, roughly translated, is that the better your off-road vehicle, the further you'll have to walk to find a tractor to pull you free when you get stuck. I consider this phrase regularly during each Blakiston's fish owl winter field season.

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