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Russia said it would supply the Syrian army with an S-300 air defence system and would jam radars of hostile warplanes.
The man, who has not been named, was on Saturday ordered held in custody for two weeks, the day after his arrest at Oslo airport.
India's first and - so far - the only astronaut Rakesh Sharma visited the outer space in 1984 on a spacecraft of the erstwhile Soviet Union.
Relations between Moscow and Washington have soured since 2014 after Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine and was accused of meddling into the US 2016 presidential election.
The CAATSA that imposed sanctions on Iran, North Korea and Russia, has the potential to affect India, as it is planning to buy five S-400 Triumf missile air defence systems from Russia.
Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority chief executive David Sharpe said administrators must remember that sport was about athletes and the fans.
The Russian government applauded the decision to lift RUSADA's three-year suspension, saying it was the result of enormous work by Russian authorities to improve their procedures.
Pulisic claimed the winner in fortuitous fashion by charging down a clearance from Brugge defender Matej Mitrovic which looped over the goalkeeper on 85 minutes.
He said that a Russian military plane had been shot down by anti-aircraft systems near Syria's coast because Russian-Israeli agreements on the prevention of dangerous incidents were not observed.
Russia expressed concern in May over reports about Poland's request, saying NATO's expansion towards Russia's borders undermined stability in Europe.
There was no immediate word from Damascus, but the deadly air war sequence started when Israeli missiles struck the coastal region of Latakia on Monday.
The aircraft was shot down by Syrian anti-aircraft systems but Moscow said Israeli air force jets flying in the same area had put the Russian plane in the line of fire.
The ministry accused the Israeli army of "intentional provocation" and said Israel did not warn Russia of its operation in the area until one minute before the strike.
A Swiss newspaper reported that suspected agents were heading for the Spiez laboratory near Bern which analyses chemical and biological weapons and tests nerve agents such as Novichok.