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Aronian, Anand to participate in Alekhine Memorial Tournament
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Aronian, Anand to participate in Alekhine Memorial Tournament

Apr 17 2013, 9:18am CDT | by

Yerevan, April 17 (IANS) Armenia's World No.2 Levon Aronian and World Chess Champion Vishy Anand will take part in the Alexander Alekhine Memorial Tournament to be held jointly in Paris and St. Petersburg, Chess Federation of Armenia said Wednesday.

Yerevan, April 17 — Armenia's World No.2 Levon Aronian and World Chess Champion Vishy Anand will take part in the Alexander Alekhine Memorial Tournament to be held jointly in Paris and St. Petersburg...

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Aronian, Anand to participate in Alekhine Memorial Tournament

Apr 17 2013, 9:18am CDT | by

Yerevan, April 17 (IANS) Armenia's World No.2 Levon Aronian and World Chess Champion Vishy Anand will take part in the Alexander Alekhine Memorial Tournament to be held jointly in Paris and St. Petersburg, Chess Federation of Armenia said Wednesday.

Yerevan, April 17 — Armenia's World No.2 Levon Aronian and World Chess Champion Vishy Anand will take part in the Alexander Alekhine Memorial Tournament to be held jointly in Paris and St. Petersburg, Chess Federation of Armenia said Wednesday.

The tournament will take place from April 21 to May 1. The elite of the chess world will be among the participants, including Russian GM Vladimir Kramnik, Boris Gelfand from Israel, and Chinese GM Ding Liren, among others, reports Xinhua.

The Alekhine Memorial Tournament was established earlier this year by the Chess Federation of Russia in honour of the fourth World Champion Alexander Alekhine.

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Russian statue removed after Apple CEO comes out as gay - video

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A statue erected in memory of Apple founder Steve Jobs is dismantled in the Russian city of St Petersburg after the man who succeeded him, Tim Cook, came out as gay. The two-metre high monument, in the shape of an iPhone, was erected in January 2013. Citing the need to abide by a law combating gay propaganda passed last year, Russian company ZEFS said in a statement that the memorial had been removed after Apple CEO Tim Cook announced he ...
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Russian memorial to Steve Jobs torn down because Tim Cook 'called for sodomy'

Nov 3 2014 3:20pm CST | Source: the guardian

Group of Russian companies dismantles St Petersburg memorial to tech icon, who was not gay, after successor at Apple confirms he is gayA memorial to Apple Inc founder Steve Jobs has been dismantled in the Russian city of St Petersburg after the man who succeeded him at the helm of the company, Tim Cook, came out as gay. The more than six-feet high monument, in the shape of an iPhone, was erected outside a St Petersburg college in January 2013 by a Russian gro ...
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The Cold War, Catholicism and modern capitalism

Nov 2 2014 6:31am CST | Source: the guardian

The financial crisis and its aftermath have revealed the dark side of the post-Cold War model, but Catholic social teaching proposes correcting the way market forces work so that they serve the public interestIt was 25 years ago this month that communism ceased to be a threat to the west and to the free market. When the sledge hammers started to dismantle the Berlin Wall in November 1989, an experiment with the command economy begun in St Petersburg more t ...
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Fifa satisfied with progress of St Petersburg’s 2018 World Cup stadium

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