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GAZ Joins Bid for GM's Opel Unit

Car giant GAZ is taking part in a bid for GM's European operations, the German government said Monday.

Shortage of Airline Pilots Sets Off Alarm Bells

The average age of a Russian pilot is 50, and 900 pilots are forced to quit every year after failing to pass strict medical tests.

Competition Making Renovation Cheaper

Nadezhda Karavayeva and her husband had been on the fence about remodeling their apartment. Companies were demanding high prices for their services, and bargaining, she said, was not an option.

City Hall Faces Suit Over Cop's Rampage

A group of relatives and victims in last month's shooting rampage by a Moscow police officer plan to file a lawsuit against City Hall to seek damages, a prominent lawyer said Monday.

U.S. Ready To Cut Missiles in Russia Deal

The United States is ready to cut the number of nuclear weapons delivery vehicles as part of an agreement with Russia to replace a Cold War arms treaty, Washington’s chief negotiator was quoted as saying on Monday.

New Pass Lets You Travel All Day on the River

Moscow is not very good at using its river. A few years ago when Moscow bid for the Summer Olympic Games, it promised to use the snake of the Moscow River as the traffic hub that would mark the games as its own, but London got the call for the 2012 games and the river idea was soon forgotten.

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