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Aeroflot Fends Off Rosavia Challenge

President Vladimir Putin said aviation assets controlled by Russian Technologies are to be transferred to Aeroflot, to make the country's flag carrier more competitive.

Kremlin, United Russia Worried After Kaliningrad Rally

United Russia accused opposition groups of deceiving Kaliningrad residents into participating in Saturday's protest, which attracted up to 12,000 people for the biggest anti-government rally in a decade.

Solidarity Will Oppose Nuclear Power Plants

Vladimir Milov, a leader of pro-democracy movement Solidarity on Tuesday slammed government plans to construct 26 nuclear power stations, saying they endanger national security and threaten the local environment.

Riot Police Back Colonel Accused of Corruption

Moscow's OMON riot police rallied around Colonel Sergei Yevtikov on Tuesday after a New Times magazine article accused him of corruption, citing his subordinates.

New Hamburger Plant to Boost 'Food Security'

The plant, located in Odintsovo, Moscow region, will produce 25,000 metric tons of hamburger patties a year to satisfy the needs of McDonald's restaurants in Russia, with future expectations of 50,000 metric tons.

Drugs Price Freeze Could Hurt Supply

By Yulia Shmidt / Vedomosti
Producers are warning that price controls on pharmaceuticals could mean that some medicine will disappear from shelves.

Moscow Court to Hear Kadyrov's Suit Against Novaya Gazeta

The Moscow Times
Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov filed the lawsuit after Novaya Gazeta published a series of articles between May 2008 and February 2009 that accused him of involvement in murders, violence and organizing a criminal group in Chechnya.

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