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Vladikavkaz Blast Kills at Least 16

The North Caucasus was rocked by its worst terror attack in months Thursday when a suicide attacker triggered a powerful car bomb outside a market in Vladikavkaz, killing at least 16 people and injuring 138.

Scandal-Tainted Governor Is Removed by Medvedev

President Dmitry Medvedev appointed Novosibirsk Governor Viktor Tolokonsky as his new envoy to the Siberian Federal District, a reshuffle that rids Novosibirsk of a corruption-tainted leader weeks before key elections.

Kellogg Confident in Russia Despite Drought

Russia remains an attractive market for investing into production of grain-based foodstuffs despite this season's bad grain harvest and growing wheat prices, Kellogg, the world's largest breakfast cereals producer, said Thursday.

NBA Opens Moscow Office to Grow Brand

The Moscow Times
The National Basketball Association opened an office in Moscow to get closer to the growing number of fans in Russia and Eastern Europe, NBA chief operational director Adam Silver has said.

Kremlin Critics Get a Voice at Forum

In a rare show of openness, the Kremlin allowed Russian critics a voice at a state-sponsored two-day modernization conference that opened Thursday. High-profile foreign guests and Kremlin advisers mixed with political leaders and businessmen.

Bringing Ads Back Down to Earth, Literally

When was the last time you looked at the Moscow sky? For many busy Muscovites, it's been a while. But navigating the city's rundown sidewalks requires a careful eye on where you're walking, and businesses have taken notice.

Trains and Planes Fight Wildfires in Altai

The Moscow Times
Five firefighting trains and five aircraft tackled fast-spreading wildfires in the Altai region, fanned by a wind that sent the flames advancing at 100 kilometers per hour.

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