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Obama, Medvedev Will Cut Stockpiles

Presidents Barack Obama and Dmitry Medvedev announced substantial progress in crucial nuclear arms talks and on military cooperation after their much-anticipated first summit in the Kremlin on Monday.

Obama Welcomed With a Photo Album

U.S. President Barack Obama may not want to remember his first visit to Russia in 2005, when an airport dispute grounded his plane for three hours. But President Dmitry Medvedev gave him a memento of that visit anyway Monday.

Rusnano Pledges to Fund Youth Projects

The Federal Agency for Youth Affairs said Monday that the Russian Nanotechnology Corporation would co-finance four projects proposed by participants at the Seliger youth forum, although Rusnano later warned the young innovators that it was still too early to celebrate.

U.S. Businesses Arrive With Obama

Deere & Co., PepsiCo and Boeing are among the major U.S. businesses providing the economic backdrop for U.S. President Barack Obama’s visit this week, with executives meeting government officials and talking up their Russian investment plans.

State to Buy Apartments for Less

By Nadezhda Zaitseva / Vedomosti
City Hall is now willing to buy 1,587 one-room apartments for 2.8 billion rubles ($89 million), a figure based on a price of 47,250 rubles per square meter, the press office for the city’s property department said.

TV and London Offer Gambling Fix

A week after gambling was banned in Moscow, viewership for televised poker shows is climbing, a London casino is offering to send private jets for big-spending gamblers and gambling addicts are calling a hotline to complain that they can still find places to bet.

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