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Russiaâ€™s powerful Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov issued a stern dressing down to Russian space agency Roscosmos, the Russian equivalent of NASA, at a meeting with Roscosmosâ€™s leadership after two satellite launches ended in partial or complete failure in the last three months.
Moscow plans to invest almost $5 million to revamp its computer services with a Windows rival to lessen its dependence on Microsoft and better monitor computer security, according to a lawmaker Wednesday.
Russian Serguei Ivanov used a late attack out of a breakaway group Saturday to win Stage 14 of the Tour de France. Italian Rinaldo Nocentini, meanwhile, held on to his yellow jersey for another day. Ivanov, of Team Katusha, rode to the solo victory over the last few miles after surging out of a breakaway group that had been away from the peloton for much of Saturday's 124-mile stage from Colmar to Besancon, France. It was Ivanov's second career Tour de France stage win.
MOSCOW. Aug 26 (Interfax) - Russian Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov thanked the Uzbek leadership for a carefully weighed and objective position on the crisis in the Caucasus.
MOSCOW. June 25 (Interfax) - Russia's nuclear industry is open to cooperation with private Russian and foreign investors, Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov said in a keynote speech to the ATOMCON 2008 forum.
By Ron Popeski MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia ruled out on Friday any discussion for now of sanctions against Iran over its nuclear programme, saying these had proved ineffective internationally in the past and there was still room for diplomacy.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - International concerns over Iran's nuclear programme do not warrant any discussion at the moment of sanctions against Tehran, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov said on Friday.
By Oleg Shchedrov MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia said on Friday "certain states" were hampering efforts to prevent the spread of weapons of mass destruction and other armaments, pointing a finger at the United States over space-based weapons.
By Oliver Bullough MOSCOW (Reuters) - Missiles to Syria and Iran, warplanes to Venezuela and Myanmar, helicopters to Sudan -- Russia goes its own way when it comes to selling arms, seemingly immune to ethical debates that affect the industry elsewhere.
By Richard Balmforth MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin tried on Friday to calm speculation about who will succeed him in 2008, suggesting the top Kremlin job might go to an outsider rather than one of the two fancied contenders.
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