Install

Get the latest updates as we post them — right on your browser

. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

01/18/2010

Free access archive

Tiny Union Takes on French Retailer

Employees at a Russian branch of Leroy Merlin plan to protest outside the French Embassy after their union leader says he was offered cash to stand down.

Moscow Finally Backs Rights Court

State Duma deputies voted on Friday to ratify Protocol 14 to the European Convention on Human Rights, ending a long-standing blockade of reform of the European Court of Human Rights.

Chicken Squabble May End in Turkey

A trade dispute with the United States over chicken imports could lead to Russia sourcing its poultry products from Turkey.

Yanukovych Leads in Ukrainian Exit Polls

The National Exit Poll Consortium said opposition leader Viktor Yanukovych had scored 31.5 percent against 27.2 percent for Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko.

Forbes Gets $300,000 From Cybersquatter

The Moscow Arbitration Court has awarded Forbes and its Russian publisher, Axel Springer Russia, a record $300,000 in damages and the rights to Forbes.ru in a landmark cybersquatting ruling.

Retailers, Banks Top Fund Managers’ List

Retailers, banks and consumer-goods makers look set to figure among mutual fund managers' top picks for 2010.

Report: NATO to Reject Russian Security Plan

NATO sees Moscow's proposed security agreement as a ploy to regain lost influence over Eastern Europe, Bloomberg reported from Brussels, citing four unidentified alliance officials.

2 Ingush Men Jailed in 2007 Train Bombing

Two men involved in the 2007 bombing of the Nevsky Express were jailed but the suspected mastermind of the attack, former military cadet Pavel Kosolapov, remains at large.

Power Chief Sinyugin Leaves Energy Ministry

The Moscow Times
Vyacheslav Sinyugin oversaw the power industry and headed state hydropower giant Hydro-OGK (RusHydro) before joining the Energy Ministry in 2008.

Miracle Rescue in ‘Tense’ Haiti

A team dispatched to the Caribbean island on four Emergency Situations Ministry jets rescued two girls who were buried under rubble in Port-au-Prince on Saturday.

Chemicals Used to De-Ice Streets Stir Worries

The Natural Resources Ministry complains to prosecutors that Moscow is using chemicals that might endanger people's health, and the results in the streets themselves is a gooey mess of snow and grime.

Medvedev’s Photo Outdoes Putin’s Painting

The president's photograph of the Tobolsk Kremlin fetches $1.7 million, more than the $1.2 million paid for Prime Minister Vladimir Putin’s art at an auction last year.
A black-and-white photograph taken by President Dmitry Medvedev being sold by charity auction organizer Igor Gavryushkin in St. Petersburg on Saturday.

Issue 4311

A black-and-white photograph taken by President Dmitry Medvedev being sold by charity auction organizer Igor Gavryushkin in St. Petersburg on Saturday.

Download PDF Version



Most Read

advertising
Moscow Directory