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Lawyers Criticize Flaws in New Case

The retrial of four suspects in Anna Politkovskaya’s murder is adjourned so complaints can be filed with prosecutors.

Medvedev Orders State Purchases Oversight

President Dmitry Medvedev has instructed the Federal Anti-Monopoly Service and the Economic Development Ministry to tighten their control over the system for placing state purchases, a statement on the Kremlin web site said Wednesday.

South Stream Gets Assent From Turkey

Putin’s deputy chief of staff says Turkey has agreed ‘in principle’ to the pipeline.

Georgian Peace Key to Pipelines

More than 800,000 barrels of high-quality Caspian crude oil flow daily to the Mediterranean beneath this Georgian village, 42 kilometers from breakaway South Ossetia.

Egypt Seeks Arrest of Wheat Importer

The chairman of private firm Egyptian Traders Company said Wednesday that Egyptian authorities had issued an order for his arrest in a dispute over a Russian wheat shipment that was rejected by Egypt and ordered re-exported.

Lavrov Says Georgia Wants U.S. Involved

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He says Tbilisi is trying to drag Washington into the South Ossetia dispute.

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