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Katyn Commemorations Mark ‘Turnaround’

In a landmark display of rapproachment, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and his Polish counterpart Donald Tusk remember victims of a massacre 70 years past, but some tensions remain.

Medvedev Oversees Deals in Slovakia

President Dmitry Medvedev saluted Slovakia's strong economic partnership with Russia on Wednesday on his first visit to Slovakia, where he oversaw the signing of several energy and transportation deals.

New Caucasus Unit Will Fight Terrorism

President Dmitry Medvedev told Federal Security Service director Alexander Bortnikov, Interior Minister Rashid Nurgaliyev and Investigative Committee head Alexander Bastrykin to create the permanent unit by April 19, the Kremlin said Wednesday on its web site.

Khodorkovsky Continues Criticism of Charges

The Moscow Times
The former Yukos chief on Wednesday continued his testimony, detailing what happened to the oil giant's crude and profits from 1998 to 2003 and dismissing the allegations against him as fabricated and illogical.

Putin Urges Calm as Kyrgyzstan Erupts

As bloody clashes between police and anti-government protesters left at least 40 people dead and more than 400 injured, the Kyrgyz opposition announced that a new acting government had been formed with a new prime minister, security minister and interior minister.

LUKoil to Halt Gas Sales to Iran

LUKoil will cease supplying gasoline to Iran, industry sources said on Wednesday, the latest addition to a list of companies that have halted shipments ahead of any possible international sanctions.

Slovakia Backs Medvedev's Security Pact

The Moscow Times
Slovak President Ivan Gasparovic said late Tuesday that his country saw Medvedev's proposal for European security "as a means that should bring us closer together rather than separate us," RIA-Novosti reported.

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