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  1. Turkey suspends Syria flights after crisis with RussiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    The Turkish army has suspended flights over Syria as part of an ongoing joint military campaign with the United States against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant after it shot down a Russian jetfighter, sparking an unprecedented crisis between Ankara and Moscow. The decision was taken following the eruption of the crisis with Russia in which a Turkish F-16 downed a Russian warplane early Nov. 24 after it allegedly violated Turkish airspace, according to diplomatic sources.


  2. Russia, Turkey clash over downed jet warningsRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Buenos Aires Herald

    ISTANBUL/NIZHNY TAGIL - Russia sent an advanced missile system to Syria yesterday to protect its jets operating there and pledged its air force would keep flying missions near Turkish air space, sounding a defiant note after Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet. Underscoring the message, Russian forces launched a heavy bombardment against insurgent-held areas in Latakia yesterday, near where the jet was downed, rebels and a monitoring group said.


  3. VERY excited pupils at the de Ferrers Academy are off to Russia on a school trip of a lifetime.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Burton Mail

    Twenty-four children from Burton's de Ferrers Academy will head to Moscow next month on the Space Master Class programme, based in Korolev City, the science city of Russia. While there they will learn a variety of skills linked to science and technology and expand their knowledge of space exploration.


  4. 10 Things to Know for ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Houston Chronicle

    In this Tuesday May 7, 2013 file photo, Russian S-400 air defense missile systems make their way through Red Square during a rehearsal for the Victory Day military parade in Moscow, Russia. In a move raising the potential threat of a Russia-NATO conflict, Russia said Wednesday Nov. 24, 2015 it will deploy long-range air defense missiles to its base in Syria and destroy any target that may threaten its warplanes following the downing of a Russian military jet by Turkey.


  5. This can make you sexier and richerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CNN

    Nothing exposes personality quirks like travel. Spend two weeks together on the road, then decide if it's time to get married.


  6. Turkish Embassy In Moscow Vandalized By Unidentified MenRead the original story

    Wednesday | The St. Petersburg Times

    Police were not actively seeking to arrest those responsible for vandalizing the Turkish embassy, and no arrests had been made, the report said. The Turkish embassy in Moscow was pummeled by stones thrown by unidentified men on Wednesday in apparent retaliation for Ankara's downing of a Russian Su-24 bomber on the Syria-Turkey border on Tuesday, a local news website reported.


  7. UK astronaut 'ready' for first space flightRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | BBC News

    British astronaut Tim Peake says he's "definitely ready" for his first space flight, finally fulfilling a childhood ambition after two and a half years of intensive training. The former military test-pilot has just passed his final practical exams and is due to blast off to the International Space Station on 15 December.


  8. The Historian Who Came in from the ColdRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | Harvard Business School

    While much has been written about the conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War, Jeremy S. Friedman 's Shadow Cold War: The Sino-Soviet Competition for the Third World is the first book to explore in detail the significance of the "Second Cold War" that China and the Soviet Union fought in the shadow of the communist and capitalist struggle. As an American researcher, Jeremy S. Friedman knew he had to be careful about how he requested to see Cold War-era archive documents while visiting Moscow.


  9. Heavy Snowfall Grounds Flights at Moscow AirportsRead the original story

    Monday Nov 23 | Avia.Ru

    A heavy snowfall has grounded dozens of flights at Moscow's two main airports, Sheremetyevo and Domodedovo, a news report said Sunday. Some 30 flights that were scheduled to depart from Sheremetyevo had been delayed on Sunday evening, while another five flights have been canceled, the Interfax news agency reported.


  10. US Embassy mocks Russian paper over fake letterRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 22 | Cybercast News Service

    The U.S. Embassy in Moscow has mocked a Russian daily that has accused Washington of conspiring to brand some Russian officials as gays, by correcting mistakes in a fake letter the newspaper mentioned as proof. The Kremlin-friendly Izvestia paper has referred to a letter purportedly written by a senior U.S. diplomat to a Russian gay rights activist, Nikolai Alexeyev.


  11. 'Bear's Newest Claws': Russia Unleashes Bigger, Better Missile on ISILRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 21 | Avia.Ru

    Experts across the world seem to be impressed by the latest addition to Russia's war arsenal the Kh-101 cruise missile, which has been spotted in footage released by the Russian Ministry of Defense earlier this week. The agency has not officially confirmed that the missile was actually launched to hit targets in Syria but the two strategic bombers also seen in the video were outfitted with the Kh-101.


  12. Weak ruble makes Russia more accessible for budget travel - Sat, 21 Nov 2015 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 21 | The Spokesman-Review

    ST. PETERSBURG, Russia - The ruble's weak. The warnings about a complicated visa process were wrong, at least with a travel agency's help.


  13. Tim Peake takes his last test before blasting off to the International Space StationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 20 | Mail on Sunday

    He is taking part in the final exam training session at the Gagarin Cosmonauts' Training Centre in Star City, outside Moscow He will be the first British astronaut to venture into space in 20 years and will live on the International Space Station for six months. Together with Russian cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko and US astronaut Tim Kopra, Major Peake is today taking part in the final comprehensive exam training session at the Gagarin Cosmonauts' Training Centre in Star City, outside Moscow.


  14. Who Will Liberalize Visas for Georgians First?Read the original story

    Friday Nov 20 | EurasiaNet

    Russia is relaxing its visa requirements for Georgians, possibly trumping the European Union's best card in the ongoing game of influence between the two powers. "The Russian side confirmed its readiness to continue the liberalization of the visa regime for Georgian citizens visiting Russia," the Russian foreign ministry announced in a November 19 prA cis of the latest bout of talks between Moscow and Tbilisi.


  15. Budget travel to Russia? It's timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 20 | Seattle Times

    The Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia. Visitors should allow an entire day to explore the art in the sprawling museum.


  16. Syrian family stuck in Moscow airport fined for trying to jump border : November 20, 2015,Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 20 | Daily Times

    A Syrian family of six that has been blocked for over two months in a transit zone in Moscow airport was fined 5,000 rubles on Thursday for attempting to illegally enter Russia. A court in the Moscow suburb of Khimki found Hassan and Gulistan Ahmad guilty of trying to illegally cross the border with their four children aged between three and 12 on September 10, an AFP correspondent reported from the courtroom.


  17. Sunlight. Consumerism. Preconceptions of Moscow: overcome.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 19 | San Diego Reader

    When traveling abroad, it's often our first distinct taste of the foreign that uniquely heightens our senses. For me, it was entering the hustle and bustle of a Moscow subway station and hearing the alien sounds of Russian through the public address system.


  18. U.S. Embassy in Moscow Trolls Russian Propaganda 'Experts'Read the original story

    Thursday Nov 19 | Charter97

    The U.S. Embassy in Moscow has ridiculed yet another Russian fake - a hoax "letter from the U.S. State Department" published as a leak in one of Russia's major newspapers, Izvestiya. In a hilarious response, the U.S. Embassy in Moscow posted a scanned copy of the fake correspondence on its Facebook page, with school-style red marks pointing out multiple mistakes in the text.


  19. Baku Is In The Power Of ChimerasRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 18 | Groong

    BAKU IS IN THE POWER OF CHIMERAS Tuesday, 17 November 2015 As previously reported by the mass media, on November 12, in the frameworks of the Days of Artsakh in Moscow, a representative delegation of the NKR headed by President Bako Sahakyan paid a visit to the Russian capital city of Moscow. The program of the visit included both political and cultural events.


  20. Vinitaly Russia: two thousand attendees in support of Italian wineRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 17 | BroadcastNewsroom

    A public of nearly 2.000 members of trade and press gathered yesterday at the Swissotel Krasnye Holmy in Moscow for the 12th edition of Vinitaly Russia and the opportunity to taste some 800 or more Italian wines represented by single Italian wine producers, consortiums and a number of Russias most important wine importers. Although the first seven months of 2015 saw imports decline by 26,8% in value, both Italian institutions and local big market players present at the one-day event concurred in recognizing that Italy still remains today the undisputed leader in Russia amongst wine importing countries.