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WASHINGTON, Feb. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Stanislav Belkovsky Foundation named key Russian government and media conflicts of 2013 in a report presented in Washington, D.C.
A demonstration last month against Arctic oil drilling has turned into an international incident this week. Russia has started charging 30 Greenpeace activists from 18 countries with piracy, a charge that could bring long prison terms for a protest in a region the Kremlin sees as a key to future prosperity.
According to the state-run RIA news agency, Russia is giving its space industry budget a big financial boost.
This appears to be your basic trip to eastern Europe: Snap a picture in Red Square, eat at an American fast food restaurant and have a meeting with the Prime Minister.
Ten days after a Russian space rocket failed to put two communication satellites into orbit, the head of the company in charge of building the particular rocket handed his resignation.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev ordered the government to work out a plan to improve Russia's space industry organizations.