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Putin Says ‘Infamous’ Pikalyovo Offers Lesson

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said that the signing of three agreements between companies working in the “infamous town of Pikalyovo” is an example of how to resolve conflicts and positively impact the development of single-industry towns.

Medvedev Would Be Re-Elected, New Survey Says

President Dmitry Medvedev would easily win re-election if the vote were held today and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin stayed out of the race, according to a new survey by VTsIOM.

Moscow, Washington Reach Uranium Deal

Russia and the United States agreed Tuesday to carry out a feasibility study on removing bomb-grade uranium from Russian research reactors.

Sobyanin Fires Head Of City Pharmacies

Mayor Sergei Sobyanin plowed ahead with another round of firings Tuesday during a city government meeting, including the head of state-run pharmacy chain Stolichniye Apteki.

U.S. Takes Close Look At J-1 Visas

The process by which Russian students get summer work visas to the United States will be improved and tightened in an effort to eliminate criminal abuse, U.S. Ambassador John Beyrle said.

U.S. Ambassador Assails WikiLeaks

U.S. Ambassador John Beyrle has condemned the release of classified diplomatic cables as criminal, but he is adamant that the coup from the WikiLeaks whistle-blowing web site won't affect his work or the "reset" in U.S.-Russian relations.

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