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I teach Theatre and Film @ University of Alaska Fairbanks : filmplus.org + vtheatre.net I left Moscow in 1980 and moving to Ethiopia in 2009
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Theatre Lul Academe [Globe-Ethiopia] to start on 9.11.2009

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director's notes -- teatr.vtheatre.net

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Russia's Putin, Iran's Rouhani say substantial progress in nuclear talks - Kremlin
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Russia faces losses of up to $140 billion a year
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Ukraine leader, under pressure from West, pledges new government soon
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Russia puts losses from sanctions, cheaper oil at up to $140 billion a year
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Putin says Russia not isolated over Ukraine
Reuters UK - 14 Hours ago
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Russia losing 'up to $140B' from sanctions, oil drop
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As Russian planes move into airspace, anxious Finland weighs going NATO
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Rare footage shows Black Seadevil, perhaps the deep sea's freakiest looking fish
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Ukraine Has Pledged to Form a New Government Following Pressure From the West
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Cyberspy tool traced back to 2008
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Russia is hemorrhaging $140B a year
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VOX POPULI: Abe's snap election raises abuse of power questions(11/24)
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As Recession Looms, Moscow Prepares for Europe’s Biggest Mall
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Deal Gives Russia Greater Control Over Abkhazia
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Iran nuke talks to be extended until July
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