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Naftogaz to Make October Gas Payment

Naftogaz has not missed any payments since Prime Ministers Vladimir Putin and Yulia Tymoshenko brokered a deal in January to end a supply disruption that left large swaths of Europe without gas for several weeks.

Putin Allocates More Funding to Film Industry

The prime minister praised the growth of the Russian film industry over the last decade but called for more international exposure.

Georgian Foreign Minister Returns Russian Passport

Grigol Vashadze, 51, held dual Russian and Georgian citizenship, a fact that did not go unnoticed in Tbilisi when pro-Western President Mikheil Saakashvili appointed him as foreign minister in the wake of the war with Russia.

RusAl Seeks Hong Kong Approval for December Listing

RusAl, controlled by tycoon Oleg Deripaska, aimed to obtain listing approval in Hong Kong on Nov. 26 and to make its trading debut in December.

LUKoil Expects 2010 H1 Asian Oil Products to Expand

The company aims position itself for sustained demand growth in Asia, which the firm is increasingly turning to for its exports.

Search Ends for Russians Buried in China Avalanche

The pair had been given little chance for survival, and heavy snowfall had raised the possibility of more avalanches endangering search parties, China's state news agency said in a brief report on Wednesday.

Putin Says Battle for Opel Not Over

The Kremlin has repeatedly said the sale of Opel to a Russian-backed group would show the readiness of U.S. President Barack Obama to boost economic ties with Russia and reset political relations with Moscow.

Maksym Kurochkin Cooks Up Great Drama

"Kitchen," a weird, wild and wonderful force of nature that was commissioned by Oleg Menshikov &mdash Russia's one and only true matinee idol —was a monstrous hit when it premiered in 2000, and suddenly new plays were the hot item in Russian theater.

Maksym Kurochkin Cooks Up Great Drama

“Kitchen,” a weird, wild and wonderful force of nature that was commissioned by Oleg Menshikov — Russia’s one and only true matinee idol —was a monstrous hit when it premiered in 2000, and suddenly new plays were the hot item in Russian theater.
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