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Dudley Called to Give Tax Evidence

TNK-BP chief executive Robert Dudley has been summoned for questioning by the Interior Ministry over tax issues, as the head of British energy major BP on Thursday called in separate comments for the ""consistent application of the rule of law"" in the country.

Medvedev Opts for Soft Sell In Berlin

While his predecessor is likely to be remembered in Germany for a speech he gave last year in Munich, President Dmitry Medvedev could end up being remembered for the address he made Thursday in Berlin.

Euro 2008 Finds Russia in Familiar Company

At 28-to-1 with some bookmakers, the Russian national football team is a long-shot to win Euro 2008, which kicks off Saturday in Switzerland and Austria.

Dozens Arrested in Possible Hate Crimes in Year to Date

The Moscow Times
Authorities have arrested 53 suspects this year for violent and deadly attacks against dark-skinned foreigners across four regions, the Interior Ministry said Thursday.

Putin Taps Bosses for Pushkin, Sochi Cash

The Moscow Times
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Thursday called on business to assist with a dramatic expansion of a leading museum as he praised industry leaders for plans to spend more than $1 billion in preparations for the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Op-Ed Contributor: Give Putin a Break

After President Dmitry Medvedev's inauguration on May 7, Russia has successfully concluded its first ""normal"" presidential succession cycle, in which a healthy outgoing president voluntarily turned over power to a new popularly elected one.

Wall Street Puts Money Behind Obama

Wall Street is putting its money behind Democrat Barack Obama for president, despite worries that his administration would raise taxes and take a tougher line on trade and regulation.

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