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Court Restricts Cremation of Terror Suspects

The Constitutional Court said Thursday that the government can seize the bodies of slain terror suspects but cannot cremate them without a court order.

Fear Drives a Reporter Out of Nalchik

Fatima Tlisova had been beaten, harassed and, she suspects, poisoned while working as a journalist in Nalchik. But she finally decided to flee the country the day she sent her 16-year-old son on an errand last year and he did not come back.

Beslan Mothers Sue in Strasbourg

Relatives of children killed in the 2004 Beslan attack have filed a lawsuit in the European Court of Human Rights accusing the government of failing to properly investigate the massacre that killed 330 people.

Low Expectations for Maine Visit

The White House is lowering expectations for President George W. Bush's summit with President Vladimir Putin, which begins Sunday at the Bush family's oceanfront estate in Kennebunkport, Maine.

Gazprom '06 Profit Doubles to $24.6Bln

Gazprom said Thursday that its profit more than doubled last year to 636.5 billion rubles ($24.6 billion) on the back of higher oil and gas prices and the acquisition of its oil arm, Gazprom Neft.

LUKoil Profit Falls By 23%

LUKoil reported a 23 percent fall in first-quarter net profit to about $1.3 billion on Thursday due to higher export duties, transportation tariffs and operating expenses.

Norilsk Sees Support for LionOre

Norilsk Nickel said Thursday that investors with at least two-thirds of shares of Canada's LionOre would support its $6.4 billion takeover offer.

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