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Duma Slaps Cap On Major Ad Seller

New amendments prohibit federal TV channels from signing agreements with advertising houses whose market share exceeds 35 percent.

Prosecutors Caught in ‘Clan War’

The Prosecutor General’s Office says it has fired the head of the Moscow branch of the Investigative Committee, but the investigator refuses to step aside.

Medvedev Touts Russia, Quickly Exits Climate Talks

Medvedev was one of the first world leaders to leave the conference, where he delivered a speech extolling Russia’s readiness to stop global warming.

Daimler in Talks to Boost KamAZ Stake

Analysts said a purchase of about 5 percent would likely serve as a prelude for Daimler to build up to a blocking 25 percent stake.

Poles, Kadyrov Trade Barbs Over Refugees

The Polish Foreign Ministry took aim at Chechnya's record on democracy after the Caucasian republic's president defended a group of Chechen refugees in Poland who attempted to protest their conditions to Strasbourg.

Putin Offers to Join Judo Team

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin sparred with members of the national judo team in a special coaching session aired on national television.

Slain Activist’s Relative Linked To Suicide Blast in Ingushetia

The brother-in-law of slain human rights activist Maksharip Aushev has been identified as the suicide bomber responsible for a deadly blast on Thursday in Ingushetia's largest city.

Refinery Gets $1Bln VEB Loan

Alliance Oil Company secured the funding, and the promise of VEB guarantees on foreign bank loans, to compete upgrades on Khabarovsk Refinery in the Far East.

10,000 Pay Last Respects to Gaidar

Mourners braved lingering public anger over Yegor Gaidar’s reforms and temperatures of about minus 20 degrees Celsius to attend the funeral of the former acting prime minister.

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