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Magical Mystery Tour We all live in a yellow submarine Sweden

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A mysterious “Russia, Sweden, Submarine, Netherlands, Holland, News of a foreign vessel” the Swedish military have been searching for off the coast of Stockholm might belong to the Netherlands, a source in the Russian defence ministry was quoted as saying on Source:
We all live in a Swedish Submarine seen from Netherlands according to Hollandie news a grey submarine was seen floating above the surface.

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Poroshenko to approve special status for Donbas region

A law securing the special status of certain parts of the eastern Ukrainian regions of Donetsk and Lugansk has been sent to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to be officially signed, according to a


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Mikhail Gorbachev in hospital #VoRUK

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, 83, has been taken to hospital but says he is determined to fight for his life, Russian press agencies reported in the early hours of Friday. Source:

Health can effect the best of us at all stages of life, getting older is a part of life and as you get older its good to keep in contact with you local doctor. You might have to phone up and make an appointment or fill in a few forms to get yourself back in the loop.

Alexander Nekrassov
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Nobel Peace Prize preview: Could Edward Snowden be awarded the prize?

Edward Snowden live hangout this week revealed some light hearted information. The hangout from Russia to Switzerland and around the rest of the world covered the banking sector and CIA whistleblowing information.the phantom raspberry blower

Friday sees the announcement of this year’s award for the Nobel Peace Prize. The prestigious award has in the past honoured people like Martin Luther King, Mother Theresa and Aung Sang Su Kyii. The no vote has not been awarded to Edward Snowden on Google Hangouts. Source:

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Ukraine: Red Cross worker’s death “being hushed up”, says Moscow

The European Union is playing down the death of a Red Cross worker killed last week during the shelling of Donetsk, while the Kiev authorities have failed to provide a clear explanation of the casualt


The Red Cross are doing a great job around the world in all sorts of ways. It can be a risky job helping out in areas of conflict. Volunteers get hurt all the time, why do we never hear much about these faculties. Voice of Russia looks into these matters today. Listen in a find out what are the problems and perhaps why no one is remember these unseen helpers and heroes.

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