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Russia’s Yakutia may face more deadly wildfires next year says the governor

VLADIVOSTOK, Russia (Reuters) – The governor of Russia’s northern province of Yakutia, which suffered from widespread wildfires this summer, warned of the risks of a…

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China successfully launches Gaofen-13 remote probing satellite

China successfully launched the Gaofen-13 remote probing satellite, which will be used in ecology, agriculture and surveying, China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation announced Sunday….

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The uncertain future of Russia’s airlines after COVID-19

Following the ban on international travel, coupled with a slump in domestic flights, Russian passenger airlines are finding themselves in a crisis, together with their…

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Critics call out financial and social costs of Georgia hydro dam

For much of their existence, 17 mountain villages in Georgia that border neighbouring Russia – located in an area known as the Upper Svaneti –…

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Kazakhstan adopts new draft of Environmental Code

The government of Kazakhstan approved a new draft of the Environmental Code on 24 December, which was presented by Ecology, Geology and Natural Resources Minister…

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New waste management complex will be constructed in Russia’s Kaliningrad Region

Russia’s sovereign wealth fund RDIF (Russian Direct Investment Fund), Sibinveststroy and Urbaser, Spain’s leading municipal solid waste (MSW) management company, have agreed to jointly implement…

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Kazakhstan’s senate speaker proposed to consider status of the Ural River

Dariga Nazarbayeva Chairwoman of the Senate of Kazakhstan’s Parliament and Valentina Matvienko, speaker of the Council of the Federation of the Federal Assembly of Russia,…

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Russia, Uganda relations to boost development

Putin thanked Ugandan for taking part in the summit, stressing that the two countries have a common task of developing trade and economic relations. President…

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