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Russian naval flagship arrives in China for joint drill


09:32, April 22, 2012

Russian Pacific Fleet's flagship Varyag, a Slava-class guided missile cruiser, arrives at a naval base in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, April 21, 2012. A China-Russia joint maritime drill is scheduled to take place from April 22 to 27 on the Yellow Sea. A welcome ceremony was held by China's Beihai Fleet at the naval base on Saturday. (Xinhua/Zha Chunming)

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ASEAN at 2012-04-25220.255.1.*
@PD User (76.30.63). You are still living in the 60s. China and Russia had changed. We are now in 2012.
PD User at 2012-04-2276.30.63.*
Communism is not a good system. Would be better for the World if Russians and Chinese people have more freedoms like using Facebook, worker rights, etc.

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