Late Russian businessman Boris Berezovsky will be buried in Gunnersbury Cemetery in London as soon as toxicology tests are completed, news reports said Tuesday, quelling speculation that he could be buried in Russia, to which he had reportedly wanted to return before his death.
The Supreme Court has ordered a review of the criminal case of Yukos CEO Mikhail Khodorkovsky and his business partner, Platon Lebedev, after a complaint regarding the Moscow City Court's 2012 handling of an appeal that saw the men's sentences reduced by two years.
Bolshoi Theater artists recently elected Pavel Dmitrichenko, the dancer accused of ordering an attack on Bolshoi Ballet artistic director Sergei Filin, to replace Filin as the chairman of the theater's trade union, a Bolshoi soloist said.
When Al Gore confronted the world in 2006 with "An Inconvenient Truth," he probably couldn't foresee that his message would energize filmmakers in the global environmental movement to reach out as far as Krasnoyarsk. Well, it has.
As Russia prepares to commemorate one of its darkest anniversaries — the Dubrovka Theater raid that claimed 130 lives — former hostages and their families are continuing to fight for truth and compensation.