Thursday, July 30, 2015

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Daily update July 30, 2015
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putin bullets bless it APIn this photo taken on Wednesday, July 22, 2015, a portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin, made by Ukrainian artist ...
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Times of India
The Guardian
Vladimir Putin uses an escalator between meetings at the world summit of the UN in New York in 2005. His plan to attend for the first time in a decade ...
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National Post
Newsweek
A Russian-language Pervy Baltiysky Kanal (PBK) technician supervises the broadcast of Russia's TV content in Riga January 26, 2015. Russian TV ...
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Reuters
While the deal may not make economic sense for Gazprom, it does fit with Vladimir Putin's broader geopolitical "tilt to Asia" strategy, and represents "a ...
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ChristianToday
Patriarch Kirill has written to Russia's President Vladimir Putin and Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko calling for renewed efforts toward peace.
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Putin Thinks FIFA's Sepp Blatter Deserves A Nobel Prize
Russia's Vladimir Putin is firmly in Sepp Blatter's corner, saying the former FIFA head deserves a Nobel Prize.
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Financial Times
Sergei Pugachev: 'I personally brought Putin to power' ... Yasin Saygılı so putin is an intelligent man and he destroyed everybody who give him power ...
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Putin: 'FIFA's Blatter deserves Nobel Prize'
In an interview with Swiss TV broadcast on Monday, two days after Putin and Blatter hosted the preliminary draw for Russia's 2018 World Cup, Putin ...
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Ukrainian artist creates Putin portrait out of bullet shells
Ukrainian artist creates Putin portrait out of bullet shells. Duration: 00:38 1 day ago. SHARE · TWEET · EMAIL. She calls it, aptly, 'The Face of War.'.
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