Sergey Sobyanin

 Storm death toll rises to 16 in Moscow

Storm killed 16 people in Moscow and the Moscow Region on May 29, a spokeswoman for the Russian Investigative Committee, Svetlana Petrenko, said. "Eleven people were killed in Moscow and three others in the Moscow Region," TASS cited Petrenko as saying.

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Millions of Christians worldwide celebrate Easter

Millions of people worldwide are celebrating the main Christian holiday, Easter Sunday. This year the Orthodox Christian Church and the Catholic Church are celebrating Easter on the same day. The next time when the two Churches share Easter …

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Mayor of capital  thanks Muscovites

The mayor of the Russian capital,  Sergei Sobyanin,  has congratulated the Muscovites on the Day of the city, pointing out that thanks to their work, skill and talent Moscow lives and develops. …

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Moscow celebrates birthday

Today, the Russian capital is celebrating its 869th birthday. Although the date is not round, the organizers have prepared for the Muscovites and the guests of the capital more than 1 thousand celebrations that will take place at 212 sites and …

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17 dead in huge fire at Moscow warehouse

Sixteen people have been confirmed dead since a fire engulfed a printing office warehouse in the northeast of Moscow, the Emergency Ministry said. One of the victims sent to hospital has died there, the Moscow mayor said, RT reports. …

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Ramazan Abdulatipov celebrates 70th birthday

Today the head of the Republic of Dagestan, Ramazan Abdulatipov, is celebrating his 70th anniversary. The team of Vestnik Kavkaza congratulates Ramazan Gadzhimuradovich on his birthday and wishes him good health, longevity and …

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 Moscow and Karelia mourn victims of Syamozero tragedy

Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin has declared June 20 a day of mourning in the capital in connection with the death of Moscow children in Karelia. "In connection with the tragedy in Karelia June 20 will be declared a day of mourning in Moscow," he wrote on his Twitter page yesterday. June 20 has been declared a day of mourning in Karelia as well. According to preliminary investigation data, on 18 June, the children in Park-Hotel Syamozero summer camp were out in rafts on a lake despite a storm warning in the Pryazha region. There were 47 children between the ages of 12 and 15 from Moscow and St. Petersburg accompanied by four adult instructors on board. The boats overturned and sank due to the storm. As a result, 14 children died, all the adults survived.

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11 people drowned in Karelia lake

The tragedy that occurred this morning at Syamozero lake in Karelia claimed the lives of 11 people, 10 of which are children. Today, the regional Emergencies Ministry reported that a tourist group went missing. "A connection with …

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