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Aeroflot Jet Crashes in Perm, 88 Dead

A Boeing 737 that Aeroflot had operated for just seven weeks crashed minutes before landing in Perm on Sunday, killing all 88 people on board.

Putin and Medvedev Differ on Market Ills

Russian markets bounced back Friday after a dreadful midweek slump, marking a possible turning point after losing more than 40 percent of their value this summer amid tumbling commodity prices and concerns over political risk.

Medvedev Guests Take Tough Message Home

President Dmitry Medvedev said Friday in a meeting with a group of Western political and academic specialists on Russia that last month’s military conflict between Russia and Georgia demonstrated the current absence of a just international order.

Knife, Munich, Putin on State TV

Panic breaks out when Putin gets less than fawning praise on a live broadcast.

Record $47.9Bln Planned for Defense

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Spending on arms will rise to a record $47.9 billion next year, Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov said Friday, as the Kremlin moves to beef up the armed forces after a conflict in Georgia.

Enel's Chief Sees No Political Risks

Conti says the Italian company has invested 3.3 billion euros in Russia and will spend another 2.2 billion euros by 2012.

Focus Turns to Domestic Liquidity Crunch

Major capital outflows after the war with Georgia add a homegrown flavor to the pressure from the ongoing global credit crisis.

Exploring Earth's Unknown Worlds

The photo exhibition ""Unknown World: Earth"" at the FotoLoft Gallery at Winzavod is showing some of the best work from GEO magazine's archives, documenting expeditions of Russian explorers into some of the most remote and unexplored regions of the world.

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