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Moscow and Kyiv criticise $US60 oil price cap set by Western allies

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Moscow and Kyiv criticise $US60 oil price cap set by Western allies

Moscow and Kyiv criticise $US60 oil price cap set by Western allies

The Kremlin announced that it will not accept the EU oil price ceiling set to take effect on Monday, along with an EU embargo on Russian oil shipped by sea.


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A Goa-bound chartered flight from Moscow with 240 passengers on board was diverted to Uzbekistan in the early hours of Saturday. Police said that the flight was diverted after the authorities at the Dabolim airport in the state received an email, which claimed that there was a bomb on the plane. #MoscowGoaFlight #DabolimAirport #Uzbekistan

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Ex-FBI official who oversaw oligarch investigations charged over 'helping' Russian billionaire

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