Ukrainian Tycoon Kolomoyskiy Bidding For More Media Assets.

A company controlled by Ukrainian billionaire Ihor Kolomoyskiy is bidding to manage the assets of a local media company, potentially giving the tycoon greater influence over the nation’s news content. 

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Kazakhstan Allows Transit Of Uzbek, Kyrgyz Workers Stranded In Russia.

Kazakhstan has allowed the transit of thousands of Uzbek and Kyrgyz migrant workers who've been stranded in Russia for months along the border with Kazakhstan due to coronavirus travel restrictions.

Reports Link Beirut's Devastating Blast To Russian-Owned Cargo Ship.

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Russian Actor, Kremlin Critic Yefremov Pleads Not Guilty In Deadly DUI Case.

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In Nod To Russia, U.S. Condemns Foreign Military Involvement In Libya

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