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Dmitry Ovsyannikov becomes governor of Sevastopol

Dmitry Ovsyannikov officially became the winner of the first direct gubernatorial elections in the history of Sevastopol held on September 10, the chairman of the Sevastopol City Electoral Commission, Alexander Petukhov announced today. …

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Cruises from Sochi to Crimea to last until October

The cruise ship Prince Vladimir will perform the last cruise between Sochi and Sevastopol on October 9, the Ministry of Resorts, Tourism and Olympic Heritage of the Krasnodar Territory reported. "In the autumn, tourists will have …

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Putin to pay working visit to Sevastopol

Russian President Vladimir Putin will make a working trip to Sevastopol on August 18 where he will visit a new school and the Chersonesos Taurica open-air museum, the Kremlin press service reported on Thursday. The head …

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Power supply restored in Crimea

Power supply in Crimea was fully restored after scheduled temporary blackouts left over 108,000 people without electricity, the Russian Energy Ministry said. "At 10:25 p.m. [local time, 19:25 GMT]… all consumers that have …

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Black Sea Fleet frigate returns to Sevastopol

The Black Sea Fleet’s frigate Admiral Grigorovich has returned to Sevastopol after accomplishing missions from the Mediterranean Sea, the Fleet’s press office said. "The crew of the Black Sea Fleet’s frigate …

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Simferopol-Sevastopol road to be repaired until August

Holiday season has already began in Crimea, but repair works on the road Sevastopol-Simferopol haven't ended yet. Tourists are forced to bypass a road segment that has been destroyed by a landslide using other routes. According to …

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Lawyer: Scythian gold can be returned to Crimea

The Dutch Supreme Court will reconsider the decision of the District Court of Amsterdam, that ruled to send Scythian gold exhibition to Kiev instead of Crimea, if Crimean museums appeal the decision, Crimean museums' Lawyer Michel van …

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Number of terrorist attacks prevented in Crimnea

A group of Ukrainian saboteurs, detained by Russia's Federal Security Service in Crimea's Sevastopol on November 9, are staff members of the Main Directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry intelligence …

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Russia's FSB detains Ukrainian saboteurs in Crimea

Russia's Federal Security Service detained a group of Ukrainian saboteurs in Sevastopol on November 9, who it said were planning to attack military sites and vital infrastructure in Crimea. The FSB said it had confiscated …

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EU adds Crimean deputies to sanctions list

The European Union has added six new Crimean deputies in Russia's State Duma to its sanctions list over Russia's annexation of Crimea. The EU sanctions have been imposed on individuals and entities that, according to Brussels, …

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New missile ships arrive in Sevastopol

Today, the new missile boats of the Black Sea Fleet ‘Serpukhov’ and ‘Zeleniy Dol’ arrived in Sevastopol. They returned after performing a task in the Mediterranean Sea as part of the operational group of the Navy, this was …

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Russia celebrates Navy Day

Today Russia will celebrate 320th anniversary of its Navy. Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu congratulated soldiers and veterans on their professional holiday and highlighted their great skills and military training, the Ministry of …

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