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  1. Mikhail Krug - Wikipedia

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    Nov 10, 2020 · Mikhail Krug was born in Morozovskiy Gorodok, a suburb of the city of Tver. In 1987 Krug participated in a song competition, taking first place. As a result, he took up song-writing seriously. By 1994, he had recorded three albums, which were not released officially, but hundreds of unlicensed copies were distributed.

  2. The Voice Kids (Russian season 7) - Wikipedia

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    Nov 12, 2020 · The seventh season of the Russian reality talent show The Voice Kids premiered on February 14, 2020 on Channel One. Dmitry Nagiev returned as the show's presenter. Valery Meladze was joined by Basta who returned as a coach after a one-season break and Polina Gagarina who became a new coach for the show.

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  4. Ivan the Terrible - Wikipedia

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    Ivan the Terrible is a major character in the Soviet-era fiction comedy Ivan Vasilievich: Back to the Future, based on a play by Mikhail Bulgakov. It was one of the most popular films in the Soviet Union in 1973 and sold more than 60 million tickets.

  5. November 22 - Wikipedia

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    Oct 30, 2020 · 1318 – Mikhail of Tver (b. 1271) 1392 – Robert de Vere, Duke of Ireland (b. 1362) 1538 – John Lambert, English Protestant martyr; 1617 – Ahmed I, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire and Caliph of Islam (b. 1590) 1694 – John Tillotson, English archbishop (b. 1630) 1697 – Libéral Bruant, French architect and academic, designed Les Invalides ...

  6. Corona by Country - COVID-19 news from around the world ...

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    Nov 08, 2020 · Coronavirus stories from local publications in over a hundred countries, all translated to English. See how the world is dealing with the virus.

  7. Moscow - Wikipedia

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    Nov 10, 2020 · By 1304, Yury of Moscow contested with Mikhail of Tver for the throne of the principality of Vladimir. Ivan I eventually defeated Tver to become the sole collector of taxes for the Mongol rulers, making Moscow the capital of Vladimir-Suzdal. By paying high tribute, Ivan won an important concession from the Khan.

  8. Volga - Wikipedia

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    Nov 17, 2020 · The Volga (/ ˈ v ɒ l ɡ ə, ˈ v oʊ l ɡ ə /; Russian: Во́лга, IPA: ()) is the longest river in Europe.Flowing through Central Russia to Southern Russia and into the Caspian Sea, it has a length of 3,531 km (2,194 mi) and a catchment area of 1,360,000 km 2 (530,000 sq mi).

  9. Akron Togliatti vs Neftekhimik, live scores, H2H, lineups ...

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    Oct 25, 2020 · Highlights, preview, probable lineups, news and head to head records from the National Football League - Round 17 match between Akron Togliatti and Neftekhimik.

  10. List of people who died in traffic collisions - WikiMili, The ...

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    Nov 12, 2020 · This list contains notable people who have been killed in traffic collisions. This list does not include those who were killed competing on closed road events whether in motorsport or in competitive cycling events. Passengers of a vehicle are indicated in parentheses on the mode of transport field.