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Twin Moscow Metro Bombings Kill 39

Two female suicide attackers hit Moscow's metro in coordinated rush-hour attacks Monday morning that left at least 39 people dead and more than 70 injured.

Professional Photographers Allowed on Red Square

The Moscow Times
The Federal Guard Service on Monday lifted a ban preventing professional photographers from snapping pictures on Red Square and inside the grounds of the Kremlin, Ekho Moskvy radio reported.

Prosecutors Close Case Against Luzhkov's Deputy

The Moscow Times
Prosecutors have closed an extortion investigation into Mayor Yury Luzhkov's powerful deputy Alexander Ryabinin over a lack of evidence.

Oerlikon Opens Local Nano-Facility

Swiss-based tech conglomerate Oerlikon on Monday launched Russia's first facility to cover machinery with a nanotech durability coating used by car and plane makers, more than 30 years after the Soviet-designed technique was sold abroad.

Hermitage Says Police Seek Arrest of Partner

The Moscow Times
The same police officer whose investigation led to the death of Hermitage Capital lawyer Sergei Magnitsky in November is seeking the arrest of a Hermitage partner in the case, the London-based investment fund said Monday.

German Publisher Defends Newsweek Editor in 'Cocaine' Video

German media giant Axel Springer defended the editor-in-chief of Russian Newsweek on Monday as the victim of a "targeted campaign based on lies" after a video surfaced that appears to show him snorting cocaine.

'No Time to Count the Dead, Only to Save the Injured'

Moscow Times reporters at the scenes of the Lubyanka and Park Kultury metro bombings describe the chain of events after this morning's two explosions.

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