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Jury Clears Politkovskaya Murder Suspects

By Alexandra Odynova / The Moscow Times
A jury on Thursday acquitted three men charged in the murder of investigative journalist Anna Politkovskaya, a relentless critic of the country's ruling elite whose 2006 slaying rekindled fears about the safety of journalists working in the country.

Medvedev Opens LNG Plant on Sakhalin

Russia's first plant to supply natural gas by tanker opened Wednesday on Sakhalin Island, marking the country's foray into a new market both by product and location.

Dreamy Show That Is Theater With a Capital T

Director Dmitry Krymov has his design students create a production full of stunning images in
his new show.

Kyrgyz Parliament Approves U.S. Base Closure

Associated Press
Kyrgyzstan's parliament voted Thursday to close a key U.S. air base in the country, a move that could hamper U.S. President Barack Obama's efforts to increase the number of forces in Afghanistan.

How a Russian FedEx Could Save the Economy

In the his recent Davos World Economic Forum keynote speech, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin stated that excesses, irresponsibility and greed with governments asleep at the wheel formed a perfect storm to wreak havoc on global economies.

The Danger of Downloading

The wisdom of our State Duma deputies is a well-known attribute -- second only to their selfish patriotism.

The Orange Emperor Has No Clothes

Despite living separately for the last 17 years, Russia and Ukraine are still inextricably intertwined.

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