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Canada Strikes Deals Worth $212M

The leaders of Canada faced off with Russian partners to seal a flurry of deals.

2nd Gold Leaves Russians a Bit Cold

All parties involved in the doubles figure skating controversy are aware it will boost public interest.

'Foreign' Investors' Appetite Grows for Food

One investment trend is clear: Foreigners are flocking to the food and retail sectors like never before.

Panning for Golden TV Ratings

Don't you just love the kind of scandals in which everyone comes out ahead?

No Sushi Satisfaction

The Financial Times recently lunched with Anatoly Chubais, resulting in an article too odd to let pass.

The Fight With Senility Is Such a Slippery Slope

""Imagine that. I forgot the word,"" said my wife shrugging her shoulders in irritation.

Break-in Highlights Nuclear Security Problems

In broad daylight, a State Duma deputy, two Greenpeace activists and three NTV cameramen sneaked into a supposedly high-security industrial complex in western Siberia.

Duma Deputies Protest Plans for Forensic Center

Concern is being expressed by two State Duma deputies over the fate of a military forensic laboratory.

Alternative Service No Easy Ride

Officials in Nizhny Novgorod decided last fall not to wait for a federal law and the city's draft board allowed 20 young men to sign up for alternative service.

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