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Kirill Calls for Church Unity in Kiev

Patriarch Kirill, head of the Russian Orthodox Church, went Monday on a 10-day trip to Ukraine to demonstrate unity between its leaders in Moscow and Kiev and to shore up support against a rival church.

Prosecutor Hails Fewer Checks on Business

But Medvedev says more needs to be done, including removing inspectors who frequently seek permission for unannounced checks.

Exchange Booths May Be Shut Down

The Central Bank considers putting all foreign exchange booths under banks’ control.

Real Estate Prices Fall to 2007 Low

The city’s real estate prices continue their steady descent after falling past $4,000 per square meter, analysts say.

2nd Time’s A Charm For Senators

The Moscow Times
The Federation Council on Monday quickly voted through a Kremlin-backed bill after its rejection by the chamber prompted President Dmitry Medvedev to ask the parliament to reconvene and vote on it again.

Health Chief Warns On Student Flu Risk

Gennady Onishchenko, the country’s chief sanitary inspector, on Monday called for a ban on school trips to Britain after four returning students were hospitalized in Yekaterinburg with suspected cases of swine flu.

Garage Makes Space For Famed Sculptor

Antony Gormley’s sculptures pop up with such frequency in public places around the world that one is tempted to think of him as the closest thing to Britain’s official state artist. “Domain Field,” which recently opened at the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, is one of a staggering seven Gormley shows currently on around the world.

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