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UES Struggles to Explain Debt Deal

UES' involvement in a fuzzy deal to settle a $2.5 billion Soviet-era debt owed to the Czech Republic has left analysts and investors scratching their heads.

Cautious Cabinet Cuts Tariff Increases

Hoping to rope in inflation, the government decided Thursday to scale back hikes on natural monopolies.

Military Arms Itself With TV, Radio and Film

The army is to work with Russia's cultural elite to revive a Soviet-era tradition of making movies, television shows and radio programs devoted to the country's armed forces.

Pandora's Box Provokes Impassioned Polemic

""One hundred and fifty years after ""Notes from the Underground,"" has anything really changed in Russia?""

Aushev Says Kremlin Didn't Push Him Out

The former Ingush President Ruslan Aushev has said that his resignation was not dictated by Moscow.

Regions Prepare to Take Up Pardons

Regional pardon commissions this week began to replace the now defunct presidential pardons commission.

Suspected Hacker Detained in Surgut

Police detained a computer hacker in western Siberia on charges of extorting $10,000 from a U.S. bank.

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