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Russia says isotope in doctor's tissue caused by diet, not accident

23 Aug 2019

MOSCOW Russian authorities said on Friday that a doctor who treated those injured in a mysterious accident this month had the radioactive isotope Caesium-137 in his body, but said it was probably put there by his diet.

Putin orders reciprocal Russian response to U.S. missile test

23 Aug 2019

MOSCOW Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday ordered a like-for-like response to a recent U.S. missile test, which he said showed that Washington aimed to deploy previously banned missiles around the world. | Video

Russia's Rosneft appoints UBS to organise share buyback

05 Sep 2018

MOSCOW, Sept 5 Russian oil giant Rosneft said on Wednesday it has appointed Swiss investment bank UBS to arrange the buyback of its shares from the open market.

Subdued but still hopeful, England fans look beyond Belgium loss

28 Jun 2018

KALININGRAD, Russia Disappointed England fans in Russia were left to rue a lackluster 1-0 loss to Belgium on Thursday, but believe their team can still go far at the World Cup.

Subdued but still hopeful, England fans look beyond Belgium loss

28 Jun 2018

KALININGRAD, Russia Disappointed England fans in Russia were left to rue a lacklustre 1-0 loss to Belgium on Thursday, but believe their team can still go far at the World Cup.

Soccer-Subdued but still hopeful, England fans look beyond Belgium loss

28 Jun 2018

KALININGRAD, Russia, June 28 Disappointed England fans in Russia were left to rue a lacklustre 1-0 loss to Belgium on Thursday, but believe their team can still go far at the World Cup.

Russian billionaire cuts spending at Anzhi, may sell players

07 Aug 2013

MOSCOW Big-spending Anzhi Makhachkala could be forced to sell their top players after billionaire owner Suleiman Kerimov showed his frustration with the Russian football club's lack of success by drastically cutting its financial lifeline.

Soccer-Russian billionaire cuts spending at Anzhi, may sell players

07 Aug 2013

MOSCOW, Aug 7 Big-spending Anzhi Makhachkala could be forced to sell their top players after billionaire owner Suleiman Kerimov showed his frustration with the Russian soccer club's lack of success by drastically cutting its financial lifeline.

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