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Russia's new heavy-lift rocket has critical defect
Scientists have discovered a defect in the engines of Russia’s new flagship heavy-lift space rocket that could destroy it in flight, an apparent setback to a project President Vladimir Putin has said is vital for national security.
Russia's S7 Space company starts implementation of orbital cosmodrome project
The Russian private company S7 Space (the operator of the Sea Launch floating spaceport) is embarking on the implementation of the project to create an orbital spaceport.
NASA says will use Russia's Soyuz despite rocket failure
NASA chief, Jim Bridenstine, on Friday praised the Russian space program and said he expected a new crew to go to the International Space Station in December despite a rocket failure.
Official: Russia's S-300 delivery to Syria to pose 'serious challenge' to Israel
A senior Israeli official admitted that Russia's delivery of S-300 anti-aircraft missile defense systems to Damascus will pose a serious ‘challenge’ to the Zionist regime.
Russia's Novak, Iran's Zanganeh discuss energy cooperation
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak met Iran's Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh in Moscow on Monday to discuss energy cooperation between the two countries and through OPEC, Russia's Energy Ministry said.
Rio 2016: Russia's fencing, volleyball & triathlon teams cleared to compete
Putin: Olympic ban on Russian athletes result of political campaign
Russia's Efimova first to appeal Rio Olympics ban
Russian swimmer Yulia Efimova became the first athlete to announce she would appeal against her ban from next month's Rio Games over doping.
Russia's sanctions seriously affecting Turkey economy
Moscow’s sanctions against Ankara over the downing of a Russian jet by Turkey are now affecting various sectors of the Turkish economy, including tourism, construction companies and food exports, a new report says.
Russia's sanctions seriously affecting Turkey economy
Moscow’s sanctions against Ankara over the downing of a Russian jet by Turkey are now affecting various sectors of the Turkish economy, including tourism, construction companies and food exports, a new report says.
US welcomes Russia's engagement in Syria: Kerry
US Secretary of State John Kerry has welcomed Russia’s efforts in bringing peace to Syria, acknowledging that Moscow can play an “extremely constructive” role in the process.
Russia's Lukoil sees Iran deals imminent
Lukoil Chief Executive Vagit Alekperov said Russia’s second largest oil producer plans to sign an exploration and production deal with Iran once Tehran changes its tax laws.
Putin says Russia's arms sales top $15 billion in 2014
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the country’s arms sales have been put at over USD 15 billion in 2014, with new orders standing at nearly USD 14 billion.
Russia's ruble down on rating downgrade
The Russian currency is on the way down after a top ratings agency cut Russia's credit rating to junk.
US: Russia's photos over MH17 plane preposterous
The United States said newly-released photos by Russia claiming that a Ukrainian military jet targeted Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 are “preposterous.”

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