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Iran has sent submarines to the Red Sea. This is the first time itsnaval forces have gone so far from their territorial waters,Associated Press reports.

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Botta Management Group, a leading construction company in Switzerland,will design a stadium for the Anzhi football club in Makhachkala, RIANovosti reports.

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A passenger bus has turned over in the Turkish city of Chorum. 56people were injured, 2 of them were gravely injured. They werehospitalized. The cause of the accident is being investigated, Trendreports.

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Azerbaijan has received $97 billion of investments since 1995, $42billion of which was invested in oil. Most investments were foreign,Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev said at the 18th InternationalConference on oil and gas in Baku on Tuesday, Trend reports.

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British Minister for International Security Strategy Gerald Howarthand Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Nikoloz Vashakidze have discussedtopical issues of cooperation between UK and Georgia in Tbilisi,Georgia Online reports.

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Lokomotiv chief coach dismissed after match with Anzhi

Yuri Krasnozhan, chief coach of the Lokomotiv, has been dismissed, as was predicted by the Editor-in-Chief of Vestnik Kavkaza, Alexey Vlasov. Olga Smorodskaya proposed dismissing the coach for the mistakes he made during the Anzhi-Lokomotiv match.

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Today, on June 6, in the Baksan region of Kabardino-Balkaria, law enforcement officials dismantled a suspected member of the illegal armed groups.According to SU TFR for the country, in the course of the investigation on the whereabouts of IAF members of about 17.30 in the town of Baksan law enforcement officers tried to arrest a local man who provided security officials armed resistance. The attacker was killed with return fire, RIA Novosti rerports.

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The Electric Networks of Armenia company has presented an investment program for 2011 amounting to 18,138.8 million drams for approval to the Commission on the Public Utilities of the country, the official website of the Commission says.More than a third of that amount - about 7,364.2 million drams - will be spent on measures to reduce the average frequency and duration of power cuts for consumers. 

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