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10/14/2011

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Lokomotiv Survivor: 'We Knew We Would Crash'

The sole survivor of the plane crash that devastated Yaroslavl’s Lokomotiv ice hockey team last month said in his first public interview Thursday that passengers knew something was wrong before the Yak-42 took off.

Tymoshenko Faces Fresh Charge

Reuters
Ukraine's state security service on Thursday directly linked jailed former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko to another criminal probe, alleging her involvement in running up a $405 million debt to Russia on behalf of the Ukrainian state.

No Tit-for-Tat on Magnitsky – Yet

The Moscow Times
The Foreign Ministry is not yet ready to retaliate for a U.S. decision to blacklist senior officials implicated in lawyer Sergei Magnitsky's death.

Q&A: Briton Navigates the Rough Without Paying Bribes

David Simons, a 45-year-old British entrepreneur and investor, beams as he beckons toward a wall of his Moscow office lined with golf trophies and photographs, including one of him posing with golfing legend Jack Nicklaus.

Swank Will Donate Money From Grozny Bash to Charity

The Moscow Times
U.S. actress Hilary Swank will donate the money she received for appearing in front of Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov at last week's Grozny City Day celebrations to charity, her spokesperson said, media reported on Friday.

People’s Front Demands an Overhaul of Criminal Code

A senior official with Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's All-Russia People's Front said Thursday that the country's Criminal Code should be rewritten from top to bottom just two years after President Dmitry Medvedev began a series of reforms.

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