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(Russian dzɪrˈʒinsk)
(Placename) an industrial city and port in central Russia. Pop: 257 000 (2005 est)



a city in the central Russian Federation in Europe, W of Gorki. 281,000.
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com)-- On June 4-5, 2015 the annual General meeting of the "Russian intermodal logistics association" (ANO "RILA") took place in Dzerzhinsk, Nizhniy Novgorod region.
The fire was opened on the Gorlovka city districts and on Donetsk airport, as well as on the settlements of Dzerzhinsk, Zheleznaya Balka, Golmovsky, Spartak, Shirokino, Zhabichevo and Novaya Maryevka.
MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- CSKA Moscow will start its defense of the Russian Cup against little-known, second-tier team Khimik Dzerzhinsk, as top-tier teams entered the draw in the round of 32 on Monday.
The combined business, dubbed Ruspav, will be owned on a parity basis and will be based in Russia's city of Dzerzhinsk, near Sibur's petrochemical facilities.
Whatever one makes of Chabad's presence in places like American college campuses, the Hasidic group's impact in Russia has been undeniably positive: Moscow now has three large and flourishing synagogues, not all of which are Chabad-sponsored, Jewish schools and kindergartens, an annual Yiddish Fest to celebrate Purim in a hip, young way, and Chabad representatives in nearly 50 cities across Russia, in strange, small places like Barnaul and Dzerzhinsk and Lenin's birthplace, Ulyanovsk.
Serhy Shemiuk, a mine worker in the east Ukrainian city of Dzerzhinsk, used a standard jackhammer to break free 170 tons of coal in a single shift on Monday, the report said, citing officials at the mining firm Mekhanyk.
In the future, Lanxess subsidiary Rhein Chemie will produce rubber chemicals in Dzerzhinsk in the Nizhny Novgorod region for the markets in Russia and the CIS.