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Russia Golunov Release
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Russia Golunov Release

Russian investigative journalist for Meduza news website Ivan Golunov meets with his dog Margo after he has left the Interior Ministry's Main Investigative Department building, in Moscow, Russia. Ivan Golunov was released from house arrest after the drugs offence case against him was dropped. Golunov was detained on suspicion of involvement in the illicit drug trade on June 6, his arrest sparked outcry among his fellow reporters and several prominent public figures.

Russia Army Games Marines
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Russia Army Games Marines

Chinese serviceman takes part at the first stage of the international competition for professional training Marine landing 2019 at the Khmelevka firing ground on the Baltic Sea coast in Kaliningrad Region, Russia. Russian, Chinese, Iranian and Venezuelan marines participate in these competitions. The competition is held as a part of the International Army Games 2019 at the Khmelevka training ground of the Baltic Fleet. The track with a total length of more than 10 km was equipped with 30 obstacles (600 m of the track is laid on water).

Russia Vyshinsky
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Russia Vyshinsky

RIA Novosti Ukraine news portal head Kirill Vyshinsky reacts being welcomed by Rossiya Segodnya International Information Agency Director General Dmitry Kiselev, right, in Moscow, Russia. Vyshinsky has been arrested and jailed in Ukraine for over 400 days since May 2018 on suspicion of supporting the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics and high treason. Kirill Vyshinsky has been released on bail August 28 and left Kiev as part of simultaneous release of detained and convicted persons by Ukraine and Russia.

Russia Train To Crimea
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Russia Train To Crimea

The Tavria train rides through a newly opened railway bridge, which was constructed to connect the Russian mainland with the Crimean peninsula, at the Kerch Strait, Crimea, Russia. The Tavria train, enroute from St. Petersburg to Sevastopol, is the first passenger train to run over the Crimean Bridge. The railway link, one of a pair of parallel bridges connecting Russian mainland and Crimean peninsula over the Kerch Strait, is ready for passenger and cargo traffic.

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