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Medvedev to Go It Alone in St. Pete

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This weekend’s St. Petersburg International Economic Forum will be President Dmitry Medvedev’s first major international appearance, while Prime Minister Putin, the headline attraction in recent years, will be nowhere to be seen.

After Ruling, Most Dachas Still Not Homes

Despite a Supreme Court decision, many will still find it difficult to get the document they need for a normal life.

Investigators Target eXile For Possible Violations

Federal authorities are scrutinizing the English-language tabloid The eXile to determine whether it has violated media laws, a step that could lead to the shutdown of the notorious biweekly.

Dividends Likely Key At Rosneft Meeting

State-controlled Rosneft took steps to appease minority shareholders ahead of Thursday's annual meeting, announcing ambitious growth plans in hopes of staving off protests over the size of dividends.

Kremlin Gets Tougher on Emissions

Government leaders pledged budget funds for clean energy and called for limits on greenhouse gas emissions in a reversal of the country's earlier reluctance to embrace the Kyoto Protocol and energy efficiency.

Cracks in Putin's Vertical Power Fortress

Four weeks have passed since Dmitry Medvedev was sworn in as president and since his predecessor, Vladimir Putin, was approved as prime minister.

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