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17-Year-Old Widow Identified as Park Kultury Bomber

Investigators said one of the two suicide bombers who struck the Moscow metro last week was the 17-year-old widow of an Islamic militant killed on New Year's Eve.

Suicide Bomber Kills 2 Police Officers in Ingushetia

A suicide bomber blew himself up at a police station in Ingushetia on Monday, killing two officers and wounding two others, officials said.

Putin, Chavez Boost Ties in Oil, Nuclear Power

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin oversaw the signing of 31 agreements in oil, energy and trade on Friday during his first visit ever to Venezuela, while President Hugo Chavez said they even held talks on joint space exploration.

Boxer Valuyev Joins United Russia

Boxing champion Nikolai Valuyev has turned into a United Russia political heavyweight, joining the party's St. Petersburg branch.

'Katyn' Film Premieres on State TV

A Polish film on the World War II-era Katyn massacre premiered on Rossia 2 state television on Friday, a symbolic gesture of goodwill by the Russian government ahead of a meeting between Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and his Polish counterpart, Donald Tusk, in Katyn.

Gryzlov Links 2 Newspapers to Terrorists

State Duma Speaker Boris Gryzlov has linked Vedomosti and Moskovsky Komsomolets to terrorists for publishing articles that he called "suspicious."

Medvedev Awards Victorious Paralympians

President Dmitry Medvedev couldn't resist taking a jab at Russia's Olympic team as he handed out state awards to the country's victorious paralympians during a Kremlin ceremony Friday.

Stocks See Modest Gains in Q1

Stocks finished the first quarter of 2010 ahead of where they started, having weathered a correction and subsequent rally, and are poised to continue their rise well into the second quarter, driven by high oil prices and good news from abroad.

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