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  Russia says 11,000 tourists brought back from Egypt   Sinai: Russia says it has flown 11,000 tourists home from Egypt in the past 24 hours, and more will return on Sunday   Sinai plane crash: Victims flown back to Russia  The bodies of more than 140 of those killed in Saturday's air crash have been flown back to St Petersburg as an investigation into the cause...   Sinai plane crash: 'No SOS call' before disaster   A Russian aircraft did not lodge an SOS call before crashing in Sinai, killing all 224 people on board, Egypt's civil aviation minister says Blatter and Putin put on united front at draw Russian lawmaker Vitaly Milonov angry at 'same-sex wedding'  A legislator in the Russian city of St Petersburg has said he will seek to annul a marriage between two women, one of whom was born male Russia: Giant iPhone statue removed amid 'gay' row   Putin warns of civil war in Ukraine as election looms   Russian President warned of a 'dangerous civil war' in Ukraine as fresh violence erupted ahead of this weekend's presidential election Gay rights rally in St. Petersburg ends in violence; 67 arrested   Russia and US 'no closer' on Syria at G20   The US and Russia have not bridged their differences over the issue of possible military action in Syria, Russian President Vladimir Putin s... G20 'split' as US hits out at Russia China and Japan leaders meet at G20   G20 summit: Showdown on Syria  It's supposed to be a summit about the global economy, but the debate over Syria and possible military strikes will likely overshadow the co... UK has new Syria chemical evidence War overshadows economy as G20 leaders meet Dozens arrested at gay pride rally in Russia Merkel and Putin view disputed art Boney M star Farrell dies aged 61 Nations band together to save tigers Tiger summit aims to double numbers   Train wreck 'an act of terror'    Russia: Investigators have found 'elements of an explosive device' at the site of the derailment of an express train Holders Zenit sent crashing by Udinese Tourist bus crash kills 24   Southern Israel: A bus carrying Russian tourists from St. Petersburg came off a desert road and rolled down a steep slope near the Red Sea resort of Eilat Zenit see off United to claim Super Cup. Monaco Zenit shuts out Rangers for UEFA Cup. Northern England Zenit crush Bayern to reach UEFA final More activists arrested Anti-Kremlin demos end in clashes Russian soldiers 'used for sex'  The military is to be investigating claims that army conscripts were forced to work as male prostitutes G-8 calls for end to Mideast strife G8 split on nuclear energy, climate change  The group approved a statement on 'Global Energy Security' that acknowledges splits over nuclear energy Putin rejects Iraq democracy model Bush and Putin talk ahead of G8 Explosion at nuclear plant   Bush talks with Putin  U.S. President has held formal talks with Russia's President in the Konstantinovsky Palace in St. Petersburg Bush flew into St. Petersburg Russian freeze traps ships Apartment building collapses February Revolution in Russia
  Russian authorities detain dozens at anti-Putin rallies  Russian authorities have detained dozens of protesters at rallies demanding that President Putin should not seek re-election next year St. Petersburg subway blast: Attacker planted two bombs Map of Sennaya Ploshchad St. Petersburg Russia


April 2017 ... more > Top ^
Apr. 29  
Apr.3  
  The man suspected of killing 11 people in a St Petersburg train is in his early 20s and from Central Asia
 At least 45 people were injured in the explosion between two underground stations. World leaders rallied behind Russia in condemning the blast


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Dec.15


year 2003 Top ^

May.31  
Jan.8


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before year 2000
Mar. 15, 1917  
  Tsar abdicated the throne on behalf of himself and his son. The revolution involved mass demonstrations and armed clashes
Nov. 6, 1917  
  The October Revolution was a seizure of state power. It took place with an armed insurrection in Petrograd.    Bolsheviks used their influence in the Petrograd Soviet to organize the armed forces. Bolshevik Red Guards forces under the Military Revolutionary Commit...
Dec. 15, 1916   Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin murdered Map of Moika Palace St. Petersburg Russia
  He was a Russian peasant, mystical faith healer and a trusted friend to the family of Nicholas II, the last Tsar of Russia
Jan. 22, 1905   Bloody Sunday in St. Petersburg Map of Winter Palace St. Petersburg Russia
  Unarmed demonstrators led by Father Gapon were fired upon by soldiers of the Imperial Guard as they marched towards the Winter Palace
Jun. 17, 1882     Igor Stravinsky born Map of Lomonosov St. Petersburg Russia  Igor Fyodorovich Stravinsky was a Russian (and later, a naturalized French and American) composer, pianist and conductor Jan. 13, 1864   Zemstvos, or provincial assemblies, formed in Russea  A form of local government that was instituted during the great liberal reforms performed in Imperial Russia by Alexander II of Russia Mar. 3, 1861   Emancipation Edict liberates Russian serfs  The first and most important of liberal reforms effected during the reign (1855-1881) of Emperor Alexander II of Russia Dec. 26, 1825   Decembrist uprising in Russia Map of Senate Square Saint Petersburg Russia  Russian army officers led about 3,000 soldiers in a protest against Nicholas I's assumption of the throne after his elder brother Constantine Oct. 22, 1721   Peter I proclaimed Emperor of all the Russias  On 22 October 1721, soon after peace was made with Sweden, he was officially proclaimed Emperor of All Russia


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B. 2017-04-29 Russian authorities detain dozens at anti-Putin rallies St. Petersburg
2017-04-03 St. Petersburg subway blast: Attacker planted two bombs
D. 2015-11-01 Sinai plane crash: Victims flown back to Russia St. Petersburg
4. 2014-11-09 Russian lawmaker Vitaly Milonov angry at 'same-sex wedding' St. Petersburg
5. 2014-11-03 Russia: Giant iPhone statue removed amid 'gay' row St. Petersburg
G. 2014-05-23 Putin warns of civil war in Ukraine as election looms St. Petersburg
7. 2013-10-12 Gay rights rally in St. Petersburg ends in violence; 67 arrested St. Petersburg
I. 2013-09-06 Russia and US 'no closer' on Syria at G20 St. Petersburg



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Russian authorities detain dozens at anti-Pu...
Disasters
2017 2017
Disasters
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2017 2017
Sports
Summit
2017 2017
Summit
St. Petersburg subway blast: Attacker pl...
2015
Blatter and Putin put on united front at draw
Sinai plane crash: Victims flown back to R...
Sinai plane crash: 'No SOS call' before di...
Blatter and Putin put on united front at draw
Summit
2015 2015
Summit
Crime
2015 2015
Crime
2014
Russian lawmaker Vitaly Milonov angry at 'sa...
Putin warns of civil war in Ukraine as ele...
Disasters
2014 2014
Disasters
Sports
2014 2014
Sports
Summit
2014 2014
Summit
Crime
2014 2014
Crime
2013
Gay rights rally in St. Petersburg ends in v...
Russia and US 'no closer' on Syria at G20
G20 summit: Showdown on Syria
G20 'split' as US hits out at Russia
UK has new Syria chemical evidence
China and Japan leaders meet at G20
Disasters
2013 2013
Disasters
Sports
2013 2013
Sports
Russia and US 'no closer' on Syria at G20
G20 summit: Showdown on Syria
G20 'split' as US hits out at Russia
UK has new Syria chemical evidence
Crime
2013 2013
Crime
2010
Tiger summit aims to double numbers
Nations band together to save tigers
Tiger summit aims to double numbers
Sports
2010 2010
Sports
Tiger summit aims to double numbers
Crime
2010 2010
Crime
2009
Politics
2009 2009
Politics
Disasters
2009 2009
Disasters
Holders Zenit sent crashing by Udinese
Summit
2009 2009
Summit
Train wreck 'an act of terror'
2008
Politics
2008 2008
Politics
Tourist bus crash kills 24
Zenit see off United to claim Super Cup
Zenit shuts out Rangers for UEFA Cup
Summit
2008 2008
Summit
Crime
2008 2008
Crime
2007
More activists arrested
Anti-Kremlin demos end in clashes
Disasters
2007 2007
Disasters
Sports
2007 2007
Sports
Summit
2007 2007
Summit
Russian soldiers 'used for sex'
2006
G8 split on nuclear energy, climate change
G-8 calls for end to Mideast strife
Bush and Putin talk ahead of G8
Disasters
2006 2006
Disasters
Sports
2006 2006
Sports
G8 split on nuclear energy, climate change
Crime
2006 2006
Crime
2005
Politics
2005 2005
Politics
Explosion at nuclear plant
Sports
2005 2005
Sports
Summit
2005 2005
Summit
Crime
2005 2005
Crime
2003
Bush talks with Putin
Bush flew into St. Petersburg
Russian freeze traps ships
Sports
2003 2003
Sports
Summit
2003 2003
Summit
Crime
2003 2003
Crime
2002
Politics
2002 2002
Politics
Apartment building collapses
Sports
2002 2002
Sports
Summit
2002 2002
Summit
Crime
2002 2002
Crime

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