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2 Names Top List To Lead Church

For the first time since the fall of the Soviet Union, the Russian Orthodox Church will begin the process of choosing a new leader.

IPOs Go Out of Style As Markets Flounder

Just a year ago, the list of Russian companies planning initial public offerings seemed almost endless, but this option for raising additional financing has lost much of its luster, with 45 companies canceling or delaying IPOs so far this year.

Trutnev a VIP at Friday Night Fights

Practitioners of kung fu, karate and numerous other martial arts spent Friday night pummeling each other largely thanks to Natural Resources and Ecology Minister Yury Trutnev and Rosatom chief Sergei Kiriyenko.

Gazprom to Ask for $3.6Bln for Projects

Combined Reports
Gazprom will ask the government to fund 100 billion rubles ($3.58 billion) of investments into its electricity units in 2009, the company’s deputy chairman said Friday.

Ruble Allowed to Edge Down Again

The Central Bank devalued the ruble for a fourth time within a month on Friday as the price for Urals blend crude fell below $38 per barrel, its lowest since February 2005.

Editor Links FSB to Politkovskaya Death

Staff Writers
A defendant and a key witness in the Anna Politkovskaya murder trial worked on behalf of the Federal Security Service, one of the slain reporter's editors testified in court Friday.

Solzhenitsyn's Life Shown in Intimate Details

For someone who was such a legend during his lifetime, Alexander Solzhenitsyn seems almost vulnerable in the first major photo retrospective since his death earlier this year.

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