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Energy Partnership Focus for Chavez

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez gave the go-ahead for expanded operations by Russian oil companies and called for an energy alliance with Moscow during an appearance with President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday, but he saved a personal invitation to visit Caracas for Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

Dwindling Seto Numbers Feel Estonia's Pull

Helju Majak is among the last of her people to remain in Russia. Even her two younger sisters now live across the Estonian border, just a few kilometers away.

Yushchenko Questioned Again

The Associated Press
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko was summoned Tuesday for questioning into his nearly lethal poisoning four years ago, and he said the ongoing investigation would produce some ""very unpleasant"" surprises.

BP Pulls Out Last Foreign Specialists

The company removes its last 60 employees at joint venture TNK-BP, warning that the move may hurt long-term performance.

Turkey Warming To Russian Energy

and Orhan Coskun
Turkey wants to boost cooperation with Russia, its top gas supplier, ending a frosty period marked by differences over the Nabucco pipeline to Europe, an official and analysts said.

Prokhorov Sues Potanin Over Article

The Moscow Times
Billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov has filed a defamation suit against former business partner Vladimir Potanin and The Moscow Times to defend his business reputation, the Moscow Arbitration Court's web site said Tuesday.

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