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Kremlin Agrees to Troop Withdrawal

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Amid doubts over whether Russia would honor a peace deal it had signed a day earlier, President Dmitry Medvedev said Sunday that Russian troops would start to pull out of Georgia proper on Monday.

Western Leaders Pump Up Rhetoric

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Western diplomatic efforts to resolve a crisis between Russia and Georgia took on a sharper edge over the weekend, as Russian soldiers remained deployed in Georgia despite the signing of a truce.

Court Hits Telenor for $2.8Bln

A Siberian court in the wee hours of Saturday morning ordered Norway’s telecoms company Telenor to pay $2.8 billion to VimpelCom in a ruling that highlighted the unusual judicial practices that may beset foreign investors.

Numbers Cast Doubt On Genocide Claims

Days after the fighting ended in South Ossetia, a huge question mark is hanging over the number of civilians who actually died.

Kudrin Proposes Tax Hike, Funds Reform

The Finance Ministry on Sunday unveiled a draft fiscal strategy to 2023, proposing to raise social security taxes from 2010 and reform the $162 billion oil wealth funds to back up the pension system.

Markets Endure Trio Of Troubling Events

Russian markets endured a turbulent week, as stocks of major companies faced a triple assault amid worries over fighting in Georgia, anti-monopoly measures against Mechel and the seemingly never-ending TNK-BP saga.

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