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- O'Day, Anita Originally Anita Belle Colton. 1919-2006. American jazz singer. Noted for her scat singing, she rose to fame during the Big Band era of the 1940s.
“VLADIVOSTOK, Russia — A rare Siberian tiger that Vladimir Putin fitted with a radio-tracking collar is alive and well, the Russian prime minister's spokesman said ...”
“VLADIVOSTOK, Russia Reuters - Vladimir Putin's ruling party could see its vast parliamentary majority cut back in elections that began Sunday in the icy tundra and sparsely-populated swathes of Russia's far east.”
“VLADIVOSTOK, Russia Reuters - A day of nationwide demonstrations against Vladimir Putin and alleged election fraud began in Russia's far east on Saturday, in a test of the opposition's ability to put pressure on the man who has dominated the country for more than a decade.”
“VLADIVOSTOK, Russia Reuters - North Korean leader Kim Jong-il arrived in Russia on Saturday for his first visit in nearly a decade as the isolated state sought economic aid after heavy flooding exacerbated its chronic food shortages.”
“VLADIVOSTOK, Russia Reuters - North Korean leader Kim Jong-il arrived in Russia on a special train on Saturday as the isolated state tries to reach out to regional powers and seek economic aid.”
“VLADIVOSTOK, Russia Reuters - A Russian navy aircraft spotted a raft carrying people in the icy seas off Russia's far eastern coast on Monday, raising slim hopes of finding survivors after a drilling rig sank with 67 people on board.”
“VLADIVOSTOK, July 15 (RIA Novosti) - A group of Russia's Pacific Fleet warships led by the missile cruiser Varyag on Thursday returned from the United States to the Russian port of”
“VLADIVOSTOK, Russia (May 10, 2010) - Culinary Specialist 2nd Class Edgar Tandoy slices cucumber during a cook-off between Russian and U.S. Navy Sailors at Fabrika restaurant in”
“VLADIVOSTOK, Russia (Reuters) - At least 1,500 people rallied against the government of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in the Far East city of Vladivostok in the first of a string of opposition rallies planned across Russia on Saturday.”
“December 28th, 2009 VLADIVOSTOK - Russia will invest $5 billion in a shipbuilding programme in the country's Far East, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said Monday.”
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