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Yanukovych Promises Russia-West Balancing Act

Ukraine's fourth president Viktor Yanukovych promised to maintain the good ties that his rivals built with the West after the 2004 Orange Revolution swept them into power and cost him the presidency.

Customs Service Fires New Salvo at Gazprom

The service wants to calculate gas export duties based on volume, a move Gazprom says would take a toll on its revenue.

Gazprom Mulls Creation of Rival to Novatek

By Yelena Mazneva / Vedomosti

Gazprom, concerned by Novatek's partnership with oil trader Gennady Timchenko, is considering swapping part of its stake in the company for 51 percent of Sibneftegaz, which it could then merge with Nortgaz and Purgaz to create a third major Russian gas producer.

Report: Investigators Identify Estemirova's Killer

The Moscow Times

Investigators have identified the suspected killer of Chechen human rights activist Natalya Estemirova in July, a law enforcement official told Interfax on Thursday.

Yanukovych Gives Right Investor Signals

In his first speech as president, Yanukovych said Ukraine faced "colossal debts, poverty, a collapsing economy, corruption," and vowed to win the trust of investors.

Ruling Duo Are ‘Blood Brothers’

Russia's ruling duo share more than political views: President Dmitry Medvedev even has the same blood group as his mentor, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

Medvedev Objects to 'Endless' NATO Expansion

Russia's new military doctrine does not identify NATO as its major threat but Moscow is disturbed by the alliance's "endless enlargement," President Dmitry Medvedev said in an interview published Thursday.

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