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Public service advertising on inter-ethnic relations to appear in Moscow

The authorities of Moscow are to develop and implement a project of public service advertising headlined “Don’t fall ill from racism”, devoted to inter-ethnic relations, by the end of 2011. The mayor of Moscow, Sergey Sobyanin, signed an order on a set of measures to implement state policy in the sphere of inter-ethnic relations in the city in 2011. The project includes the development of external public service advertising, billboards and media-projects on the internet.

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The Washington Post reported that Iran has sent submarines to the Red Sea in the first such deployment by the country’s navy in distant waters. The deployment reflects Iran’s efforts to show off its naval power. Iran has long had three Russian-made submarines, and last year four new small Iranian-built submarines were delivered to its navy. Israel, the United States and others want to stop Iran from what they fear is a push by Tehran to develop nuclear weapons.

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 Students of the Department of History of Moscow State University saw the capital of Azerbaijan and were surprised

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 Recently, the common opinion that Chechnya is a dangerous place to visit has been virtually overcome.

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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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The Washington Post reported that a dispute with Syria over its refusal to cooperate with U.N. inspectors regarding its alleged nuclear program is one of several tough issues facing board members of the International Atomic Energy Agency, as they open a weeklong meeting on Monday. The United States and its allies are seeking to have Syria referred to the U.N. Security Council for stonewalling on repeated requests from the agency for information on what appears to have been secret attempts to build a nuclear reactor that would have produced plutonium, which is used to arm nuclear weapons.

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"Olympic" gas pipeline launched in Sochi

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin today attended the ceremony of launching the Dzhubga - Lazarevskoye - Sochi pipeline, built under thegovernmental program for the construction of Olympic facilities andthe development of Sochi as a mountain resort.

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Co-chairs of OSCE MG meet in Baku

Co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group Igor Popov (Russia), Robert Bradtke (USA) and Bernard Fassier (France) are meeting in Baku. The special representative of the OSCE chairman Andrzej Kasprzyk joined the meeting with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev.

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New stadium opens in Baku

A new stadium "Dalğa Arena" and an auxiliary field have been opened in Mardakyan, constructed by AFFA at the Football Center to mark the 100th anniversary of Azerbaijani football.

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It’s shocking!

It’s huge! If the rumours about “Lokomotiv’s” coach resignation are correct and the board of directors approves the decision tomorrow, it will be a great shock for all football fans.

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