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Kaloev Back to Russia
Sat Nov 17, 2007 12:44 pm by Admin

Back from Swiss prison, he feels well and thanks fellow citizens that supported him, Vitaly Kaloev announced in Domodedovo airport, Moscow, Vesti TV channel reported. “In prison, I didn’t feel outside the homeland,” Kaloev emphasized.
The former prisoner said he wants to go back to Vladikavkaz, where he will visit the cemetery in Beslan …

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Tue May 15, 2007 10:04 pm by Admin

Oleme pikaajalise kogemusega ehitusfirma. Meie eesmärgiks on pakkuda usaldusväärset ja kvaliteetset teenust.

Kirjuta meile, teeme soodsa pakkumise!


Majakarkassi ehitus, üldehitus - puitkarkass, fibo jt plokk ning kiviseinad
Vundamendi ehitus - betoon, fibo jt vundamendid

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Why Estonia relocated monument
Sun May 13, 2007 12:30 pm by Admin
There are many reasons why bronze soldier and graves where relocated.

1. Statue also symbolizes occupation of Estonia. Estonia wasn’t liberated during WW2.
2. It is not acceptable that occupation symbol would be located in centre of town in front Estonian National Library and other important buildings.
3. There have been many demonstrations against monument.
4. Monument was often used as a …

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Sun May 20, 2007 11:23 pm by Admin

EU-Russian talks end in acrimony

The leaders of the European Union and Russia have traded sharp criticism over human rights, at a summit that exposed the divisions between the two sides.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed alarm at the detention of activists intending to protest against the Russian government.
Vladimir …

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Declaration of the Minister of Foreign Affairs
Sun May 13, 2007 4:43 pm by Admin

Declaration of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia

The European Union is under attack, as Russia is attacking Estonia. The issue of the Bronze Soldier and vandalism in Tallinn are Estonia’s internal matters but the coordinated activities undertaken against Estonia by Russia are a matter of the entire European …

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Sun May 13, 2007 11:23 pm by Admin

Putin's next generation make their mark

When the Kremlin's not happy, Nashi will make sure people know.

Nashi describe themselves as a "democratic, anti-fascist, youth movement".

The name is the Russian word for "ours". It has the ring of "our lads", or "our team".

This week, they have …

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Russia clinches gas pipeline deal
Sun May 13, 2007 10:35 pm by Admin

Russia, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan have agreed to build a new natural gas pipeline north from the Caspian Sea.

Russia's President Vladimir Putin announced the deal at a summit with Central Asian leaders in Turkmenistan.

The agreement ensures Russia's access to Turkmenistan's gas, and is a setback to rival US and European Union plans.

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Government lays a wreath at the momument
Sun May 13, 2007 5:26 pm by Admin

Government lays a wreath at the momument to Unknown Soldier at the cemetery of the Estonian Defence Forces

Tallinn, 8 May 2007 –The members of the Government of the Republic and the diplomats of foreign embassies residing in Estonia commemorated the victims of WWII by laying a wreath at the momument to Unknown Soldier at the cemetery of …

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The bronze sculpture is intact
Sun May 13, 2007 4:35 pm by Admin

The Ministry of Defence hereby dismisses any and all speculations about cutting the Bronze Soldier into pieces or damaging the sculpture otherwise.

In 1947 sculpturing techniques were not advanced enough to produce such monuments in one piece. The bronze sculpture, cast into Enn Roos' plaster model, was put together from several (up …

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