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Single voting day held in Russia

September 15, 2014 Interfax

Over 6,000 ballots of various levels were held on Sunday, September 14, a single voting day in Russia, involving more than 75 million voters, which, in the opinion of the Russian Central Elections Commission, was a record index for regional and local elections

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Ukrainian flag taken down from Moscow skyscraper

August 20, 2014 Interfax

A Ukrainian flag has been taken down from the spire of one of the so-called Stalin-style skyscrapers on Kotelnicheskaya Embankment in Moscow, which unidentified people had raised there early on Wednesday, a source with city emergency services told Interfax

Four Bolotnaya case defendants guilty - court verdict

Four Bolotnaya case defendants guilty - court verdict

August 18, 2014 Interfax

The Zamoskvoretsky Court of Moscow on Monday issued a guilty verdict against four defendants in the criminal case over mass riots in Bolotnaya Square on May 6, 2012, according to a verdict issued by judge Natalya Susina, an Interfax correspondent reported.

Bloggers protest ban on swearing by swearing

Bloggers protest ban on swearing by swearing

August 2, 2014 Igor Rozin, Combined report

A flashmob online protest took place in the Russian Internet overnight on Aug. 1 in response to a newly-enacted law banning cursing in the media

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