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12:55 | 0 | Emg.rs, MIA
Polls will be open from 8am to 8pm in each time zone, with the first opening in the Far East of the country at 20:00 GMT on Saturday, and the last in the western Kaliningrad region closing at 17:00 GMT on Sunday.
12:57 | 0 | MIA
Two trains have collided in southern Poland, leaving 15 people dead and 50 hurt, local officials say.The accident occurred on Saturday evening on the Warsaw-Krakow mainline at the small town of Szczekociny, according to Polish TV.
21:48 23:12 | 0 | Voice of Russia
Russia’s presidential candidate Vladimir Putin is winning in the first round according to preliminary results after processing 47% of ballots. Observers see the main intrigue of the race in who will come third –independent candidate Mikhail Prokhorov or the head