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Foreign Oil Firms See Hope in Salym

With state pressure and ownership shakeups increasingly a fact of life, times are turbulent for foreign oil majors working in the country.

Rogozin Stays on Message in Brussels

He was once a firebrand nationalist politician who led rallies against illegal immigration, met indicted Serbian war criminals and ran a campaign ad that seemed to compare dark-skinned southerners to garbage.

Paper Closes After Putin Marriage Story

Staff Writers
A Russian tabloid that published a story claiming that President Vladimir Putin had left his wife to marry a 24-year-old former Olympic gymnast suspended operations on Friday, sparking fresh criticism about withering press freedoms in Russia.

$1Bln Not Enough for Forbes' 100

A billion dollars just ain't what it used to be -- to make the cut on Forbes Russia's new top 100 a cool $1.1 billion is required.

Berezovsky Lawsuit at High Court

Combined Reports
A $2 billion lawsuit brought by self-exiled oligarch Boris Berezovsky against his former business partner, Roman Abramovich, reached the High Court in London on Friday.

Deciphering Putin's New Role as Leader

President Vladimir Putin's appointment as United Russia head sends conflicting signals about how Russia will be ruled after May 7.

Building Russian Cafe Culture

Dmitry Borisov has opened a series of restaurants that appeal to ""normal people.""

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