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‘Internet Oscars’ 2021: Vote for RT Creative Lab in 4 Webby Awards Nominations

Russia Today 22 Apr 2021
Now, it’s up you to make it count – vote for the best RT Creative Lab content by May 6! ... It is a unique graphic series featuring hundreds of excerpts from original WW2 frontline letters, with illustrations created by young students of the Moscow RANEPA Design School, as well as renowned artists Peter Bankov and Mikhail Sorkin ... .
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Lt. Col. Larry D. Harrison II

The Ponca City News 21 Apr 2021
In-page image(s). Body. Lt. Col. Larry D. Harrison, 57, resident of Ponca City, OK., passed away on Nov. 1, 2020 in Washington D.C ... He was the son of Larry D ... Potter. He graduate d from Ponca City High School in 1981 ... where he went to school to learn the Russian language. He was then sent to Moscow, where he graduated from the Russian Military Academy ... Col ... .
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How a girl from rural UK made it into the Bolshoi Ballet Academy

Russia Beyond 20 Apr 2021
Rachel Armstrong is already a graduate of Russia’s top ballet school ... 452) from Moscow (pop ... Asked why, at the tender age of 17, she relocated to Moscow, Rachel looks perplexed ... Quite the opposite, they sought out graduates from the school who were living in England to ask about their studies and life in Moscow.”.
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Russia expels 2 Bulgarian diplomats in tit-for-tat move

Beaumont Enterprise 20 Apr 2021
MOSCOW (AP) — Russia on Tuesday ordered two Bulgarian diplomats to leave the country within 72 hours, a move that ... Prosecution spokeswoman Siika Mileva said the alleged ringleader had graduated from the intelligence school in Moscow run by Russia’s GRU military intelligence agency.
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Greek President Present Medals to Three US Archaeologists

The National Herald 19 Apr 2021
Stocker of Cincinnati University and the director emeritus of the excavation at Ancient Corinth run by American School of Classical Studies in Athens, Charles K ... The ceremony was attended by Culture Minister Lina Mendoni, the director of the American School of Classical Studies at ...
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Thomas Leonard Verrastro

Standard-Speaker 18 Apr 2021
Thomas Leonard Verrastro, 83, of The Villages, Fla., passed away in The Villages Hospital Monday. He was the son of Pasquale Verrastro and Giovanna Bonavogila Verrastro, and was born in Dunmore. He graduated in 1956 from Moscow High School, Moscow. Tom was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and served four years while stationed in Dover, Del ... ....
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Dale D. Lindholm, M.D.

The Scranton Times-Tribune 18 Apr 2021
He retired as a physician in 2004, having maintained a private practice in internal medicine and nephrology in both Scranton and Moscow since 1978. A 1957 graduate of the University of Minnesota School of Medicine, he went on to lead a storied career as a pioneer in kidney dialysis.
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More and more Russians are becoming atheists - why

Beijing News 16 Apr 2021
As a teenager, I came to the conclusion that it was simply a misunderstanding, and that there was no need to believe in anyone, and decided to stop believing in God," is how Daniil Istomin from Moscow, an 18-year-old college student and future primary school teacher, explains his drift to atheism.
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Russia: Index expresses concern over the arrest of Doxa journalists

X Index 16 Apr 2021
The arrest of the students – from the Higher School of Economics and Moscow State University of Civil Engineering – came after they reported on protests in support of opposition leader Alexei Navalny and publishing a video in which they argue that the expulsion of ...
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In its battle for influence, Russia's soft power strategy seeks to reshape Syria's future

The New Arab 15 Apr 2021
Moscow's role in Syria is often referenced through its military intervention, but the Kremlin is also using soft power tactics to shape a future elite and establish lasting influence ... Moscow's role in Syria is often referenced through its military strength, the intervention in favour of Assad in 2015, or Russia's economic interests.
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More and more Russians are becoming atheists - why?

Russia Beyond 15 Apr 2021
As a teenager, I came to the conclusion that it was simply a misunderstanding, and that there was no need to believe in anyone, and decided to stop believing in God," is how Daniil Istomin from Moscow, an 18-year-old college student and future primary school teacher, explains his drift to atheism.
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Russian magazine raided, journalists charged by authorities

Henry Herald 15 Apr 2021
The Investigative Committee did not respond to CNN's request for comment. The four will be under strict pre-trial communications restrictions until June 14, according to a statement by Moscow's Basmanny court ... DOXA magazine started as a small online publication run mostly by students at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow ... .
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Russian law enforcement raid student magazine DOXA, place 4 editors under home detention

CPJ 15 Apr 2021
DOXA is an online magazine covering higher education issues; it was originally affiliated with the Higher School of Economics in Moscow, but in 2019 that school withdrew its financing, and the outlet is now run independently by students from various universities, according to Grivachev and reports.
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Cans for days

Moscow-Pullman Daily News 15 Apr 2021
Moscow High School Associated Student Body President Ava Jakich-Kunze, left, and Vice President Amari Bethel stand with a portion of the more than 1,400 cans of food donated by students during a recent food drive at the high school. The ... .
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