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FSB Busts 'Georgian Spy Ring' In Sochi

A businessman running an Internet cafe in Sochi has been exposed as the leader of a Georgian spy ring, the Federal Security Service said Tuesday.

Ex-Yukos Lawyer Granted Parole

A Moscow court on Tuesday granted parole to former Yukos lawyer Svetlana Bakhmina, a mother of three whom supporters call a political prisoner ensnared in authorities’ attack on what was once the country’s leading oil company.

Putin to Skip Energy Conference in Sofia

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin will skip an international conference in Bulgaria that aims to discuss energy supply crises this weekend, his spokesman said Tuesday.

RusAl Saves $554M On Costs, Production

United Company RusAl said Tuesday that it slashed costs by $554 million in the first quarter, half of what it had planned to save for the whole year, but workers said they thought that the reductions were taking a toll on efficiency and safety.

Khodorkovsky Pleads Not Guilty in Court

The Associated Press
Imprisoned former Yukos CEO Mikhail Khodorkovsky pleaded not guilty Tuesday to new embezzlement and laundering charges that are widely seen as politically motivated.

Public Says Farmers Need the Most Help

Agriculture is the most crucial sector, 72 percent of respondents say.

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