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Medvedev Scolds U.S., Offers a Hand

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President Dmitry Medvedev took aim at the United States on Saturday, blaming it for the current global economic gloom, while positioning Russia as a key player in restoring confidence and stability.

A Forum of Drinks, Magic and a Flying Pig

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The organizers of the weekend’s festivities in the northern capital make sure that there is something at the party for everyone.

Nationalists Meet to Form Coalition

Leading nationalist organizations formed a broad coalition Sunday to promote nationalist ideology and broaden their appeal among voters.

Gazprom Wants to Build Pipeline From Alaska

The company hopes to strike an agreement with BP, ConocoPhillips or TransCanada on shipping gas to the U.S. mainland.

Database to Fight Corruption

The government will up the fight against corruption with a special electronic property database allowing officials to see more easily what people own, Justice Minister Alexander Konovalov said Saturday.

Celebrating Russia's Independence

It's amazing how difficult it is to remember the name of the holiday on June 12. First it was called Independence Day in 1991, then, in 1994, it was renamed the Day of the Declaration of the Sovereignty of the Russian Federation, and finally, in 2002, Putin again renamed it Russia Day.

Going Back East

Russian-Americans working in the financial services sector find more opportunities in Moscow than in New York.

What to Do

Pop-eyed monsters floating in space. Technicolor prints combining 19th-century anatomical design with drawings of strange robots and clockwork mechanisms.

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