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Stern Touts Russian Market

In his first trip to Moscow in 18 years, NBA commissioner David Stern said Saturday that he saw Russia as a promising market for the world's strongest basketball league and its aggressive globalization plans.

Nemov Misses Thrill of Perfect 10

Alexei Nemov spent more than 20 years striving for perfection.

Dying Young in the Regions

With birthrates low, abortion rates high, a defunct public health care sector and an AIDS epidemic, Russia's population is shrinking rapidly, and shows no signs of rebounding.

Putin Heads Back to His Old KGB Haunt

North Korea's first nuclear test and the nuclear standoff over Iran are overshadowing President Vladimir Putin's return Tuesday to the German city where he spent five years as a KGB spy at the end of the Cold War.

United Russia Dominates at the Polls

United Russia ran away with parliamentary elections in nine regions over the weekend, Central Elections Commission chief Alexander Veshnyakov announced Monday.

Latvia's Ruling Coalition Wins a Majority

Latvia's ruling coalition narrowly managed to win enough seats to form a majority government in the general election held over the weekend.

Pulkovo Plans $1Bln Makeover

The St. Petersburg airport hopes a new terminal will put the city among Europe's top-five tourist destinations.

Clustering on the Hi-Tech Bandwagon

Parts of Russia are well-suited to follow in Bangalore's footsteps. Russia already has the knowledge base, labor and basic infrastructure.

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