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Moscow News

 

a weekly newspaper in English, published in Moscow since 1956 by the Union of Soviet Societies for Friendship and Cultural Ties With Foreign Countries.

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East View Information Services launched the Moscow News Digital Archive.
The Moscow news agency Tass gives the time of landing as 18:45:30 [Universal Time on February 3rd]....
A promotional brochure on Turkey will be distributed free of charge with the Moscow News daily.
According to the Moscow News, it is a male which died about 30,000 years ago at the age of 15 and had remained frozen in permafrost ever since.
The newspaper launch at the Fairmont Hotel in Dubai featured an exhibit tracing the history of Anbaa Mosku since 1969 when the newspaper was established as an Arabic-language edition of The Moscow News.
The Moscow News published a survival guide for Brits and warned: "Attitudes to coloured or conspicuously gay fans can be less than enlightened here.
"After the Cold War, when the Soviet Union had ceased to exist, the U.S.'s West European allies no longer needed the American 'nuclear umbrella,'" he writes in a recent column in The Moscow News. "That created a fundamentally new situation: Western Europe acquired the right to maneuver and a free hand to protect its national interests, which did not entirely coincide with U.S.
While there, he was involved in launching the Computer Graphics Service, and also helped found the first foreign-language edition of the Times in partnership with the Moscow News in 1992.
As the Moscow News later reported, Petrov then made his historic decision and called his Kremlin liaison to report it was a false alarm.
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov in September signed off on a government resolution to fire Valery Toryanin as general director and general designer of the MiG Russian Aircraft-Building State Corporation, the Moscow News reported.
14 for delivery next spring of two large IL-96 planes that can transport at least 200 passengers, according to the Moscow news agency Novosti.
In addition to supplying vast amounts of weaponry to the forces fighting the Taliban government, Moscow has also sent ''military experts, technicians and military advisers,'' the Moscow News report said.

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