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Russian Polar station North Pole-32 The Dutch parliament voted for resolution to impose sanctions against Russian officials involved in the Sergey Magnitsky case President of Syria Bashar al-Assad

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July 06, 2011. Russian Polar station North Pole-32. August 2003.

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July 04, 2011. On July 4th, 2011 the Dutch parliament has voted unanimously for a resolution to impose travel and economic sanctions against Russian officials allegedly involved in the Sergey Magnitsky case. Moscow believes the move is a “pre-meditated action”. Russian authorities fabricated the case against anti-corruption lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, who died after a year in prison, business daily Vedomosti said, citing Kremlin human rights council lawyers. The Federal Prison Service of Russia admitted it was partly responsible for the 2009 death in custody of Magnitsky, 37, who worked for Hermitage, once Russia`s biggest equity fund. Sergei Magnitsky was jailed on charges of tax fraud in a case that spooked the international investment community, and his death sparked worldwide outrage. His relatives say he was denied medicine while in prison. Pictured: November 20,2009.Moscow,Russia. Funeral for Sergei Magnitsky. Dead Sergei Magnitsky in the coffin .

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June 10, 2011. President of Syria Bashar al Assad (al Asad) pictured while his visit to Ukrainian capital Kyiv on December 3, 2010.
Russian colonel Yuri Budanov shot dead in Moscow Protest against Belarus leader Alexander Lukashenko Belarus leader Alexander Lukashenko

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June 10, 2011. Russian colonel Yuri Budanov who was convicted for Chechen murder shot dead in Moscow on June 10,2011.Pictured: April 22,2003.Rostov on Don,Russia. Russian Army Colonel Yuri Budanov during the trial hearings in Rostov on Don city court. Yuri Budanov - colonel of russian army was charged in the kidnapping and murdering of Kheda (Elza) Kungaeva, 18 years old Chechnian girl. Some russians want to portray him as a patriot in an unpopular war, while Chechens have viewed his prosecution as a test of whether federal authorities are capable of upholding the rule of law in their country.

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June 10, 2011. Ukrainian Femen women`s movement activist throwing tomatoes into Lukashenko`s portrait (r) at a protest action against Belarus leader Alexander Lukashenko. May 2011,Kyiv,Ukraine.

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June 10, 2011. Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko gives a press conference in Minsk .
Princess of Thailand becomes honorary doctor of Russian University Mikhail Khodorkovsky in Moscow City Court New US Ambassador to Russia

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June 09, 2011. June9,2011.St.Petersburg,Russia. HRH Princess Chulabhorn of Thailand (or Chulabhorn Walailak) becomes Honorary Doctor of St.Petersburg University. Pictured: HRH Princess Chulabhorn of Thailand when visiting St.Petersburg University.

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June 03, 2011. Pictured: Former head of Yukos Mikhail Khodorkovsky (c)accompanied by police guard arriving for hearings in the Moscow City Court.

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May 30, 2011. Michael McFaul, the top White House advisor on Russia policy and the architect of the Obama administration`s so-called “reset policy” toward Moscow was nominated new US Ambassador to Russia. Pictured: US President adviser Michael McFaul (l) when visiting Vladimirsky Central prison in Vladimir city of Russia in May 2010.
Clashes at gay parade in Moscow Bride Parade Viking Festival in St.Petersburg

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May 30, 2011. May 28,2011.Moscow,Russia. About twenty Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender rights activists were arrested in Moscow by police on Saturday May 28 while holding an unauthorised gay pride parade in the centre of Moscow. Pictured: police arrest participants of an unauthorised gay pride parade in Moscow.

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May 25, 2011. St.Petersburg,Russia. 4th St.Petersburg Wedding Festival. Bride Parade. St.Petersburg Bride Parade has been held annually for the past four years. Any women wearing a wedding dress can participate regardless their age or marital status.

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May 24, 2011. `Legends of Norwegian Vikings` Viking Festival in St.Petersburg, Russia. For three days in May in the area Kronverk fortress turned into a medieval Norse settlement with hiking tents, stadium, shops and stalls of merchants artisans. In the village the Vikings will be acquainted with the life of Norwegians to the early Middle Ages, a stroll along the stalls Scandinavian merchants. Outdoors crafts visitors open their secret masters of braids, knitting beads, carvings and bones, making pottery. The fest offers guests a large-scale spectacle – the reconstruction of fights. On the battlefield at the same time will leave more than 150 soldiers. Viewers will be able to test themselves in various competitions, including tournaments, throwing axes and archery, to take part in the battles with the best wars and win T-shirt Festival.
Mikhail Khodorkovsky`s Cassation Appeal Zombi Flash Mob in Moscow Dogs fashion Show 2011

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May 18, 2011. Former head of Yukos Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Menatep head Platon Lebedev file further cassation appeal. Pictured: Former head of Yukos Mikhail Khodorkovsky in the Moscow City Court during the hearing of the cassation appeal on the December 2010 verdict.

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May 17, 2011. Zombi Flash Mob in Stary Arbat street of central Moscow.

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May 17, 2011. Dogs fashion Show 2011 in St.Petersburg. Wedding dress for a dog.
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