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Birth Rate Hits 10-Year Low in Russia

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Russia’s birth rate has fallen to the lowest level in a decade, with just 1.69 million births recorded last year, despite government efforts to reverse the demographic trend, according to official data.
The government plans to spend $8.6 billion over three years to encourage Russians to have more babies starting this election year. The measures include mortgage subsidies and payments to new and growing families. The country’s state statistics agency Rosstat registered 203,400 fewer births in 2017 compared to 2016, a drop of 10.7 percent, according to data published Monday. This marks the lowest birth rate since 2007 when 1.6 million births were recorded.

 

Orthodox Churches Don’t Need Building Permits — Russian Official

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Who needs a building permit when you have God’s will on your side?
At least that is the logic guiding a government official at the center of a dispute over the construction of a new church in St. Petersburg.
A disgruntled resident complained at a public hearing Monday that the Russian Orthodox Church was building a 32-meter-tall temple without the proper paperwork, the Fontanka.ru news website reported.
“Why do we have different building regulations for the Russian Orthodox Church, whereas no investor in the city has a right to build without receiving the necessary permits?” the resident asked.
“Is it possible for God’s temple to be built without permission? This is decided from above,” Andrei Khobets, a local government official, was cited as saying in response.

 

Black Snow in Siberia Caused by Weather and Industrial Waste — Authorities

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Unfavorable weather conditions and industrial waste are the chief causes for the appearance of black snow in the Siberian city of Omsk according to regional authorities.
Russian social media users have been posting photos of the black snow with comments such as “the carbon plant is doing something incredible” and “the childrens’ playgrounds are all black.”
The local ecology ministry announced on its website on Wednesday that warnings had been issued to local industries to help prevent black snow, including threats of fines.
Omsk previously experienced black snowfall in 2014, which residents believed was related to local power plants. In December 2017, vibrant blue snow covered a neighborhood in St. Petersburg after chemical leaks that were declared to be non-toxic.

 

Kremlin Denies Censorship After ‘Death of Stalin’ Pulled from Cinemas

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The Kremlin has said Russia’s Culture Ministry did not exercise censorship when it revoked the screening license of a satire on the death of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin.
The ministry revoked the distribution license for “The Death of Stalin” over “ideological animosity,” two days ahead of its nationwide release this week, sparking a public outcry.
“We disagree that this was a manifestation of censorship,” the state-run TASS news agency cited Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov as saying Thursday.

 

Court Clears 28 Russian Athletes of Doping Before Winter Olympics

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A sports court has ruled to allow 28 Russian athletes accused of doping to take part in the Winter Olympics eight days ahead of the competition, while another 11 athletes will skip the upcoming Games but will have their lifetime bans cancelled.
Forty-two Russian athletes filed appeals against lifetime bans from the Olympics after a December ruling by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) barred them from participating over doping violations. “With respect to these 28 athletes, the appeals are upheld, the sanctions annulled and their individual results achieved in Sochi 2014 are reinstated,” the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) said in an online statement on Thursday.

 

Russia Successfully Launches 4 U.S. Satellites Into Space

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Russia’s multi-billion-dollar spaceport in the Far East has successfully launched 11 satellites into orbit, including 4 commercial U.S. satellites, in the third-ever launch from the Vostochny Cosmodrome.
The last launch was delayed in November after a satellite crashed into the sea due to wrongly programmed coordinates, Russian officials said at the time. The $5-billion cosmodrome launched its first satellites into space in April 2016.
The Roscosmos Federal space agency said that two Russian earth observation satellites had entered into orbit as of early Thursday. It confirmed later that four U.S. and five German commercial nanosatellites were also successfully deployed.
“I will begin by congratulating all of you with today’s successful launch,” Igor Komarov, the head of Roscosmos, was cited as saying by the RBC business portal.
“Before the end of the year, we are planning two more launches in the second half of the year,” he added.

 

Capital Flight from Russia Soars to $31.3 Bln in 2017

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Total capital outflow from Russia increased to $31.3 billion last year, a 160 percent increase from 2016, Russia’s Central Bank reported Wednesday.  Foreign investors have been part of that capital flight, withdrawing nearly $1 billion from the Russian economy last year over fears of new U.S. sanctions scheduled for February.

 

Moscow Gets 6 Minutes of Sunlight in December

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The Russian capital survived without direct sunlight for an entire month in what was surely welcome news for sun-averse readers.
The last month of the year is traditionally the darkest throughout Russia, according to the Meteonovosti weather portal. Although Moscow sees on average 18 hours of sunlight in December, this year, the sun failed to shine for an entire month, the portal said.
“Last December was the darkest month in the history of weather observations,” Meteonovosti reported Monday.

 
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