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The Samara Cross is a memorable medal of Bulgaria founded on the occasion of 135th anniversary of liberation of Bulgaria from Ottoman Yoke. The Samara Cross – is the main element of Samara flag, one of the symbols of Bulgarian military forces.
The Kremlin announced Monday the dissolution of RIA Novosti, the country’s major state-run news agency, amid a significant reorganization of state-owned media assets. The news agency and the state-owned Voice of Russia radio will be scrapped and absorbed into a new media conglomerate called Rossiya Segodnya.
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin will participate on Monday in a gala reception devoted to Day of Heroes of the Motherland that will be marked for the first time in the St. George Hall of Grand Kremlin Palace.
The oldest Russian Orthodox Parish in the Apennine region is celebrating the 201th anniversary of its founding. Liturgies and concerts of the Chamber Choir of the St. Petersburg Orthodox Theological Academy were held at two Orthodox churches – St. Nicholas’ and St. Catherine’s.
The highlight of the visit was Mr. Nikonov’s audience with King of Cambodia Norodom Sihamoni, during which the two discussed Russian-Cambodian cooperation. Further opportunities to develop cultural cooperation between the countries were considered during the discussion with Deputy Prime Minister of Cambodia Sok An.
Russia Agrees to Write off Most of Cuba’s Debt Dec 10, 2013
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Vinnie Jones: Only Real Men Survive There
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