Russian expert predicts Trump will adopt more pragmatic approach on Syria policyRussian Politics & Diplomacy January 20, 15:01
Federation Council may consider ratification of Turkish Stream agreement on February 1Business & Economy January 20, 14:54
Kremlin spokesman: 'Trump is not our guy, he is America's'Russian Politics & Diplomacy January 20, 14:52
Deputy minister: Turkish Stream launch will not solve issue of gas transit via UkraineBusiness & Economy January 20, 14:30
Crimean museum director says Scythian gold case appeal could take one year to be reviewedSociety & Culture January 20, 14:11
Six survivors found in hotel hit by avalanche in Italy — mediaWorld January 20, 14:00
Moscow urges UN to review its position on resolution condemning glorification of NazismRussian Politics & Diplomacy January 20, 13:59
Russian expert calls Trump’s statement on nuclear disarmament impromptuRussian Politics & Diplomacy January 20, 13:42
Moscow worried about unscrupulous war against Soviet monuments in some EU countriesRussian Politics & Diplomacy January 20, 13:15
KRASNOYARSK, September 27 (Itar-Tass) —— The wildfire area in Russia’s Siberian regions has halved in the past twenty-four hours, a spokesman for the Siberian regional emergencies administration told Itar-Tass on Tuesday.
According to the spokesman, there were nine fires on an overall area of 559 hectares by Tuesday morning, six of these nine were contained on an area of 364 hectares. The remaining fires are located in the Transbaikal territory.
On Monday, fire fighters put out 39 out of 44 wildfires on an area of 468.3 out of 680.3 hectares in the Transbaikal territory, the Irkutsk and Omsk regions, and in the republic of Buryatia.
Fire fighting operations in the past twenty-four hours involved 1,211 men and 272 units of hardware. A Mi-8 helicopter of the Siberian regional emergencies centre made six flights to airlift fire fighters to the beds of fire. On Tuesday, fire fighting operations will be continued in the Kyrinsky district of the Transbaikal territory, the spokesman added.