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Southern Russia floods kill 144 Map of Krasnodar Russia  Flash floods caused by torrential rain are the worst there in living memory, struck at night, reportedly without warning 'Wall of water' kills scores in Russia Map of Krymsk Russia  Russian President Vladimir Putin declared a national day of mourning in the wake of devastating, raging floodwaters   Syrian opposition leader in Moscow
  No. 1 Sharapova bounced in 4th round Map of WIMBLEDON United Kingdom  Maria Sharapova's bid for a second consecutive Grand Slam title ended with a 6-4, 6-3 loss to No. 15 Sabine Lisicki in a windy, rainy fourth-round match Dozens killed in Russia flooding Map of Krasnodar Russia


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Jul.2   London  
Jul.7   North Caucasus  
  At least 103 people have died as floodwaters surge through southern Russia's Krasnodar region. Of those killed, 92 are in the Krymsk district
  North Caucasus  
Jul.9   North Caucasus  
Jul.11   Moscow  
  The head of the Syrian National Council is reportedly visiting Russia's foreign minister
Jul.14   Kazakhstan   Soyuz blasts off for International Space Station
  A Russian rocket carrying a three-man crew has blasted off for the International Space Station (ISS)
Jul.22   Russia     Singer with Nazi tattoo cancels Germany appearance
  Russian Evgeny Nikitin has pulled out of one of the world's best-known opera events, the Bayreuth Festival, because he has a Nazi tattoo
Jul.31   Moscow   Theft charge for Russian blogger
  Russian anti-corruption campaigner Alexei Navalny has been charged with embezzlement in a case he describes as 'strange and absurd'



    
    



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