EU ambassadors agree sanctions against Russia over Siemens turbines rowBusiness & Economy July 26, 15:11
London court binds Ukraine to pay par value of Eurobonds to RussiaBusiness & Economy July 26, 15:05
A glimpse of rare species in Moscow zoo breeding centerSociety & Culture July 26, 14:53
EC announces readiness to defend European interests against US sanctionsBusiness & Economy July 26, 14:24
Official says it's up to Turkey as NATO member to decide on purchase of Russian S-400World July 26, 14:09
Russian Navy gets 60 Kalibr missiles over three monthsMilitary & Defense July 26, 13:57
Russians fined about $1mln this year for smoking ban violationsSociety & Culture July 26, 13:57
Kiev court orders security service to launch probe against Poroshenko for high treasonWorld July 26, 13:54
Press review: Senate puts envoy to Moscow on hold and Erdogan trumpets S-400 dealPress Review July 26, 13:00
PERM, February 15 (Itar-Tass) — The fire, which broke out at the Perm gymnasium number 17, was put out, no casualties were reported, a source in the Perm territorial branch of the main Emergency Situation Ministry department told Itar-Tass on Wednesday.
The scaffolding mounted on the school facade was on fire, the source said. However, the fire area was insignificant, because the firemen put it down immediately.
The gymnasium building is an architectural monument built in the nineteenth century. The school has been operating in the building since 1898. The house previously belonged to a merchant Mikhail Lyubimov. The school is under overhaul and all schoolchildren were distributed to the neighbouring educational institutions, the source said.