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Designer Quits After Missile Failure

The country’s top missile designer resigned Wednesday after the failed test-launch of a naval ballistic missile last week weakened Moscow’s negotiating position with Washington over a new arms treaty.

Chinese Fly In to Settle Cherkizovsky Lockout

A senior Chinese delegation arrived in Moscow on Wednesday as mounting tensions over the closure of Cherkizovsky Market threatened to sour relations between the two countries.

Report: Construction Destroying Old Moscow

Groups say the scale of destruction is comparable to waves of development in the 1930s and 1960s under Stalin and Khrushchev.

Gazprom Eurobonds Net Total of $2.4Bln

Analysts say the oversubscribed deal shows a resurgence of interest in Russian assets.

Belarus Moves to Heal Rift, Supports Ban on Foodstuffs

Belarus moved to calm a new dispute over trade issues with Russia on Wednesday, supporting a Russian ban on some of its foodstuffs by adding more of its own plants to Moscow’s list and promising to reopen a closed pipeline.

Suspect Arrested in Gongadze Killing

The Associated Press
Ukrainian authorities have arrested a former intelligence official in the slaying of an investigative journalist who was kidnapped and decapitated nine years ago, officials said Wednesday.

Triple Ballet Bill Promises Best of 20th Century

The Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Theater puts on a show that mixes Spanish, British and Russian choreography.

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