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Sputnik V registered in countries with total population of over 1.1 billion people

Pharmiweb 26 Feb 2021
Sputnik V registered in countries with total population of over 1.1 billion people. Moscow, February 25, 2021 – The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF, Russia’s sovereign wealth fund) announces that Sputnik V vaccine against coronavirus is now registered in 37 countries with total population of over 1.1 billion people ... Together we are stronger!” ... .
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Even with pandemic and global economic downturn, Russian national debt lower than expected as country ...

Russia Today 24 Feb 2021
... population nears threshold needed for herd immunity. Last month Moscow dropped its city-wide curfew, allowing bars, restaurants, pubs and nightclubs to reopen to partygoers, as the mayor of the capital announced that the virus was on the retreat amid growing population immunity.
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UN Slurs Over Violation of Russian-Speaking People Rights in Baltics, Ukraine - Lavrov

Urdu Point 24 Feb 2021
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 24th February, 2021) Russia regrets that the United Nations Human Rights Council glosses over violations of the rights of Russian-speaking population in Baltic countries and Ukraine, foreign minister Sergey Lavrov said on Wednesday.
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Could Russia dominate world agriculture?

Asiatimes 24 Feb 2021
Russian President Vladimir Putin crosses himself as he plunges into icy waters during the celebration of the Epiphany holiday in the Moscow region on January 19, 2021 ... Situated north of China and other populous Asian countries, Siberia is credited with another big climate change-related advantage.
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Ukraine Takes First Delivery of AstraZeneca Vaccine For COVID-19

Radio Free Europe 23 Feb 2021
Zelenskiy has said that Ukraine would begin the first phase of the vaccination campaign in February, adding that by early 2022 at least half of the country's 41 million population will be vaccinated. Kyiv-Moscow relations have been tense since Russia forcibly seized Crimea from ...
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Israel said to have used Covid vaccines as bargaining tool in Syria prisoner swap

The Observer 21 Feb 2021
Israel secured coronavirus vaccines for the Syrian regime as part of a Russian-mediated prisoner swap agreed this week, according to an Israeli source and local media reports ... Photograph. Alex Kolomoisky/AP. Some Israeli media suggested that Moscow, which is still inoculating its own population, had also asked for the clause to remain a secret ... .
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Russia says registers third coronavirus vaccine

Urdu Point 20 Feb 2021
Moscow announced Saturday it had registered its third vaccine against the coronavirus and promised to introduce the jab to the Russian population by March. Moscow, (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 20th Feb, 2021 ) .Moscow announced Saturday it had registered its third ...
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As Russia ramps up its mass vaccination program, Moscow Mayor Sobyanin claims Covid-19 pandemic ‘on ...

Russia Today 19 Feb 2021
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Russia has officially confirmed 4,139,031 cases, with almost a quarter (964,609) of which were detected in Moscow, despite only having around 10 percent of the country’s population ... In November, Sobyanin suggested that approximately 50 percent of Moscow residents already had immunity to Covid-19.
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ICRC Urges Yemeni War Sides to Protect Civilians Amid Growing Violence in Marib

Urdu Point 19 Feb 2021
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 19th February, 2021) The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Yemen on Friday voiced concern over an escalation of clashes between the country's government-led forces and the Shia rebel Houthi movement in the Marib province, ...
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This Day in History (February 18)

Kayhan 17 Feb 2021
As a result, the independent Muslim areas of the Horn of Africa were absorbed in Christian-ruled Ethiopia, where Muslims still make up over 40 percent of the population today ... He was of ferocious nature and sometimes destroyed entire cities and massacred whole populations.
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Russia’s rivals attempt to ‘exploit’ Covid-19 fatigue as they prop up Navalny protests, Putin tells media

Russia Today 14 Feb 2021
He added that it’s only normal to pin the blame on the authorities for all the woes the population might face in the times of crisis such as the current one, but Moscow’s opponents “try to exploit” this sentiment to spite the Russian government.
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Russia's virus caseload passes four million

Urdu Point 10 Feb 2021
Moscow, (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 10th Feb, 2021 ) .Russia officially ... The mayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyain said last month that half of the city's population, or at least six million people, had been infected with the virus, suggesting a much higher nationwide toll.
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