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Official Launch of Online Russia News Cloud Site

RUSSIA NEWS CLOUD (Russianewscloud.com)
- A Division of News Cloud Overseas Corp.

COMPREHENSIVE NEWS UNDER THE CLOUD:  NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE

"A NEW KIND OF NEWS FROM RUSSIA AND BEYOND" 

TORONTO, Dec. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - The Hon. Jerry S. Grafstein, Q.C., Co-Founder and Chair, announced the launch of Russia News Cloud (http://www.russianewscloud.com) - a premier provider of in-depth news from Russia and its neighbours.

"Russia News Cloud," said Grafstein, "provides comprehensive coverage of Russia and surrounding regionsWe curate Russian microbloggers and mainstream media, breaking news as it happens."

"This is instant news about Russia," said Grafstein. "Russia News Cloud uses innovative technology to gather the diversity of the blogosphere, social networks, online radio and mainstream media, into coherent, timely news and information coverage about all aspects of life in Russia and all its border regions."

"Our goal is to keep our viewers informed on the evolving global scene about Russia, on a timely basis from the inside out," said Adam Miron, President and Co-Founder. "The world is interested in Russia, a major international player.  We have created a way to provide waves of news that is constantly updated.  Russianewscloud.com is a new resource to access all facets affecting Russia and its neighbours."

Special editions reflect all aspects of Russian life including business (trade and economics), politics, sports, science (technology, education), culture (lifestyle, entertainment, fashion), the Army, adjacent countries including Ukraine, Mongolia, Kazakhstan and other "Stans", the Caucasus and adjacent Baltic States, Moscow and St. Petersburg.  Future editions include news from other major Russian cities.

Anyone interested in Russia, a world power, will be kept up to date on Russian news as it happens.  Russianewscloud.com is a new, timely, in-depth, news resource for Russia observers and the public.

Russianewscloud.com, a division of News Cloud Overseas Corp.

Russia News Cloud (http://www.russianewscloud.com) joins India News Cloud, (http://indianewscloud.com), India and region, China News Cloud (http://chinanewscloud.com), China and region, Wellington Street Post (http://www.wellingtonstpost.com), Ottawa, Canada, Penn Ave Post (http://www.pennavepost.com), Washington, D.C., and Holly Post (http://www.hollypost.com), Hollywood, California, in an ever-expanding network of online 24/7 global news sites. 

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