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CNBC update: New blood test approved for Zika

CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest headlines including the U.S. talking with Russia to reduce fighting in Aleppo, and Quest Diagnostics being given emergency approval by the FDA for its blood test for the Zika virus.

Source: CNBC.com

Putin may be creating his own 'personal' army

The Russian leader is proposing to create a new national guard to reorganize the country's security services.

Source: CNBC.com

Russia central bank leaves rates on hold

The Russian central bank has left its key interest rate unchanged at 11 percent. Stroz Friedberg senior associate, Vadim Nikitin looks at the results and where the economy is now heading.

Source: CNBC.com

Expect Russian central bank to hold rates: Pro

Peter Kinsella, head of EM economic & EM FX research at Commerzbank, looks at the Russian central bank and how the oil price and sanctions impact their future decisions.

Source: CNBC.com

Russian equities and oil prices

Kirill Yankovskiy, director of equity sales at Otkritie Capital, discusses how oil prices have impacted Russian equities.

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Russian central bank rate cut would help: Expert

Kirill Yankovskiy, director of equity sales at Otkritie Capital, discusses whether or not Russia's central bank will cut interest rates today.

Source: CNBC.com

30 years later: Tracking the Chernobyl disaster cleanup

CNBC's Phil Han reports on the efforts to contain the Chernobyl disaster fallout, which has been dubbed the "Chernobyl Sarcophagus."

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Obama: We need to keep Russian sanctions in place

President Obama remarks on the need to keep sanctions in place in Russia.

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Crude prices steady after IEA comments

The International Energy Agency expects the biggest drop in non-OPEC output in 25 years.

Source: CNBC.com

Russia now ready to raise output to record high

Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak says the country has the ability to raise oil production.

Source: CNBC.com