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2016-08-07 Paralympics 2016: Russian athletes banned after doping scandal Rio de Janeiro
C. 2009-06-15 First summit for emerging giants Yekaterinburg, Ural
3. 2009-05-20 Jadson strike wins UEFA Cup for Shakhtar Istanbul
E. 2006-04-08 Brazilian back on Earth from ISS Kazakhstan

  First summit for emerging giants Map of Yekaterinburg Russia
  Paralympics 2016: Russian athletes banned after doping scandal


year 2016 Top ^

Aug.7   Rio de Janeiro  
  Russian athletes are banned from competing at the Rio Paralympics following the country's doping scandal. The Russians will appeal


year 2009 Top ^

Jun.15   Ural  
  The grouping of BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) expected to put efforts to improve the global economy

May.20   Istanbul  
  An extra time goal from Brazilian midfielder ensured Donetsk won the last ever UEFA Cup final with a 2-1 victory over Werder Bremen


year 2006 Top ^

Apr.8   Kazakhstan   Brazilian back on Earth from ISS
  Lt Col Marcos Pontes, American Bill McArthur and Russian Valery Tokarev landed on the steppes
Mar.31   Brazil   Brazilian pioneer docks in space
  A Russian Soyuz rocket carrying Marcos Pontes into space has docked with the International Space Station


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