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Iranian Ambassador to Russia Mehdi Sanaei said early this year on a LiveJournal, "Iran is interested in stepping up economic and banking cooperation with Russia and in opening joint accounts and joint banks to make mutual payments in rubles and rials.
Navalny, a prominent blogger and political activist, denied the accusation and posted a copy of the bail conditions agreed with the court on his LiveJournal site.
The top 15 most popular sites, as ranked by eBizMBA, are Facebook, Twitter, Linkdeln, Google Plus+, Pinterest, Tumblr, Flickr, VK9, Instagram, DeviantArt, My Space, CafeMom Tagged, Meetup, and LiveJournal.
When one of his comments or an administration policy ruffles feathers in the Kremlin, McFaul often turns to his LiveJournal blog, http://m-mcfaul.
Once the Members of the State Duma do not want work over the process, we'll do everything to promote this official initiative," Navalny said in his blog on Livejournal.
Voila pour toi une invitation a jouer un role historique reel de defenseur des libertes en Russie", a poursuivi sur le reseau social LiveJournal Edouard Limonov, qui se fait regulierement arreter par la police lors de ces manifestations.
LiveJournal has been around since 1999, but didn't become as widely used as it is today until the late 2000's.
Additional chapters address technologies such as Facebook, LinkedIn, LiveJournal, MySpace, Ning, Orkut, YouTube, and Twitter.
1) It was then that my attention was drawn to the photoblog of Rustem Adagamov, a Russian web journalist who divides his time between Russia and Norway and who runs his 'illustrated blog about everything' in LiveJournal (http://drugoi.
hsh=4e17185e50618&trk=4e17215fbe9d4 The complete message, however, is also available at a LiveJournal entry http://vitaliy-averin.
He struck the deal through his investment firm A&NN, which has interests in Moscow bookstore chain Bookberry, as well as Russian publisher Azbuka-Atticus, mobile phone handset retailer Euroset and social network site LiveJournal.