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4 Police Officials Fired Over Domodedovo Bombing

President Dmitry Medvedev fired four police officials over the suicide bombing at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport that killed 35, while Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said the attackers' trail probably did not lead back to Chechnya.

Rosneft Adds $1Bln Exxon Deal to BP Tie-Up

Rosneft is to develop over a billion tons of Black Sea oil using $1 billion of ExxonMobil funds in a deal struck just days after an Arctic tie-up with Britain's BP.

Aeroflot Sues Swiss for Airport Collapse

Aeroflot said that a Swiss company caused four days of disrupted flights amid freezing rain at Sheremetyevo Airport last month by failing to fulfill an order for chemicals used to de-ice airplanes.

Mikhalkov Loses Right to $100M in Royalties

The Moscow Arbitration Court ruled to cancel the authority of the Union of Rights Holders, headed by famed film director Nikita Mikhalkov, to collect a 1 percent fee on imported electronic devices and blank recordable media.

Belarus to Get Nuclear Power Plant

Work will begin on Belarus' first nuclear power plant in September, Rosatom chief Sergei Kiriyenko told reporters in Minsk late Tuesday. Minsk will pay between $6 billion and $7 billion for it.

Islamist Wanted for Airport Blast: Report

Security forces are searching for an ethnic Russian member of a North Caucasus Islamist group suspected of involvement in the Moscow airport bombing which killed 35, a leading daily reported on Thursday.

4 Dead in Dagestan Car Bombing

The Associated Press
Police say a car bomb has exploded outside a cafe in the southern republic of Dagestan, killing at least three people and seriously wounding three more.

Medvedev Slams Terror, Touts Internet

President Dmitry Medvedev blamed terrorism for hindering economic recovery, touted Internet freedom and urged governments to work together to respond to natural disasters in a speech before global political and business leaders at Davos on Wednesday.

Russia to Keep Key Katyn Files Classified

A Russian human rights group lost a legal battle on Wednesday to declassify documents from a probe into the 1940 Soviet massacre of Polish officers at Katyn.

Approval Ratings for Tandem Hit Low

Approval ratings dropped to their lowest for President Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in January although their popularity is still around 70 percent each, a poll showed on Wednesday.

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