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Programme summary of Rossiya 1 TV "Vesti" news in Vladivostok 0100 gmt 27 May 13

May 27, 2013


Presenter: Oksana Kuvayeva

1. 0010 Headlines over video: lorry runs into house in Perm Territory; thousands of people protest against single sex marriages in Frances; and Cannes film festival results.

2. 0050 Five people have got injured in an explosion at a pet shop in Arkhangelsk, a probe into the incident is under way, presenter says over video of the scene of the blast.

3. 0120 A woman has got killed and a house - destroyed by a lorry running into the building in Kungur, Perm Territory. Video report gives details of the accident.

4. 0310 Three people got killed when a light plane crashed in Krasnodar Territory, presenter says.

5. 0340 Hundreds of thousands of people have taken part in a protest against single sex marriages in Paris, video report.

6. 0825 The film "Blue is the Warmest Colour", a love story about two young French women, has won the best film award at the Cannes Film Festival, presenter says over foreign video.

7. 0905 St Petersburg residents have set a world record for mass singing in public as 4,435 people sang in the centre of the city.

8. 0935 Video report on a rock festival in Penza.

9. 1140 Russian researchers have designed software helping women to find the best time for conception. They can be informed about the time by SMS messages. Video report details the new service.

10. 1450 Poachers are trying to take advantage of salmon spawning on Kola Peninsula. Video report on Murmansk Region.

11. 1730 Boeing Dream Liners have returned into service in Japan. Video report.

10. 1950 Presenter signs off.

Originally published by Rossiya 1 TV, Vladivostok, in Russian 0100 27 May 13.

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