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1 Aid workers might benefit from something similar to the Rory Peck Trust, named after a renowned cameraman killed during fighting in Moscow in 1993.
2 Nato today offered to include Moscow in its defence planning, announcing that missile shields being developed in the us and Europe could be integrated with Russian systems.
3 Recently, the President sent Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Secretary of defense Robert Gates to Moscow to discuss the missile defense dispute with their Russian counterparts.
4 Moscow however wanted control over the eastern sector of Nato's missile defence systems and a written pledge that the system will never be used against Russia.
5 Yet, these ties do not translate into Moscow pushing the Palestinians into a settlement with the Israelis.
6 During those years he spent long hours in the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow.
7 Yet although killings and explosions have become daily occurrences in these north Caucasian republics, in Moscow they are not considered to be attacks on Russia itself.
8 arrived in Moscow, I got on a conference call with my staff, David Kendall, and Hillary, who was still in Washington, to discuss what we should do.
9 The one-day Rome meeting was held to address procedural issues, and to set an agenda for future talks that will be held in Washington and Moscow in the next two months.
10 The hottest summer in Russian history resulted in hundreds of wildfires, causing a public-health crisis in Moscow when smoke enveloped the city.
11 Moscow will help to build the astronaut capsule and select and train the astronauts.
12 But we do have to ask this question: we have to ask whether extremists who have killed innocent civilians in New York and in Moscow will show that same restraint.
13 It was part of a police campaign to call attention to the importance of zebra crossings, which are routinely ignored in Moscow, contributing to the large number of pedestrians who are hit by cars.
14 I met Seb for the first time on the steps of the Olympic restaurant in Moscow in 1980 when he had won gold.
15 A spokesman for the Russian gas giant, Gazprom, held up a letter at a Moscow new conference on new Year's Eve that he says was signed by the head of Ukraine's gas company.
16 New Year's Eve, I boarded the train to Moscow with an interim stop in Leningrad's Finland Station.
17 Rice said Moscow must abide by its stated promise to halt military operations.
18 Drive out of Moscow, however, and Russia's other big cities and you enter another world - of decaying villages, poverty, alcoholism, high male mortality and general hopelessness.
19 Moscow has a stable high pressure system over it, much like the one that brought a heatwave to Europe in 2003.
20 Today he decamped to Moscow, promoting a Russian edition of the book.
21 Regardless of the Moscow authorities' final decision on snow cloud seeding, Russia remains one of the few nations where weather control is more than using anti-hail cannons and battling droughts.
22 The Chinese fashion show caused a sensation in Moscow.
23 The US move to install a missile defense system in Europe has angered Russia, which sees it as an encroachment in its former sphere of influence that could one day be turned against Moscow.
24 The cross was found in one of the forests of the Moscow region.
25 Children travelling to Moscow on Volga river.
26 Here is a picture for you to remember how a good yard should look like, in case you forgot. Residents of Moscow, this applies to you first!
27 they be thinking as they sit inside their tin cans in north-west Moscow where outside the warm sun shines and the flowers blossom?
28 They had come all the way to Moscow to see if the North Vietnamese stationed there would tell the farmer whether his son was dead or alive.
29 uncertainty poses a particular problem for the White House, which is attempting to press the "reset button" in strained relations with Moscow.
30 There once was a marvellous overland escalator in Moscow. At present one may only roam about its ruins.