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Snow and Snowplows Paralyze Traffic

City Hall dispatched thousands of snowplows and tractors to clear snow from Moscow's streets, even as drivers stood in near-record traffic jams Monday.

Uralkali to Buy Silvinit in $7.8Bln Potash Deal

Uralkali, the country’s largest potash miner by market value, officially launched a $7.8 billion friendly takeover of domestic rival Silvinit on Monday.

Telenor Won't Back $6.6Bln Acquisition

VimpelCom's $6.6 billion bid for telecoms assets owned by Weather Investments received a major setback Monday when Norwegian shareholder Telenor said it would not back the deal.

Kremlin Says No Meddling in Belarus

President Dmitry Medvedev on Monday ignored outrage from European leaders over Belarussian presidential elections by calling the vote and the ensuing violence in Minsk a "domestic affair."

St. Pete Court Bans Towering Buildings

The St. Petersburg City Court banned construction of towering buildings in the historical center in yet another measure that makes Gazprom's Okhta Center project impossible.

Officers Probed in Case Linked To Rioting

The Investigative Committee opened a criminal case against officials responsible for releasing suspects linked to the killing of an ethnic Russian that sparked violence in Moscow.

Federal Inquiry Opened Into ‘Fake’ Hospital

The Moscow Times
A federal commission of a dozen health care officials started checking an Ivanovo hospital accused by a local doctor of faking an impressive display for a visit by Prime Minister Vladimir Putin last month, Interfax reported.

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