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Jury Rules Death That Started Race Riots Was Murder

The death of a football fan that triggered nationalist rioting in Moscow in December was murder, not involuntary manslaughter, a jury ruled Thursday, Interfax reported.

Q&A: Success Is in the Details for PepsiCo Chief (and Putin)

Indra Nooyi, chairman and CEO of PepsiCo, stood beside a table stocked with bottles bearing a colorful mix of brands that her company produces in Russia.

Russia Up in World Bank Business Ranking

Russia has been ranked 120th in a World Bank study of the regulatory environment for businesses in 183 countries, raising its position four places from last year.

Sobyanin Fighting Traffic One Year On

If you want to see an achievement of Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, it is probably best to visit Gorky Park, which has undergone a massive revamping this summer that has all the hallmarks of a new beginning.

Summa in $1Bln European Oil Terminal

President Dmitry Medvedev and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte oversaw the signing of a $1 billion deal in Moscow on Thursday that sees oligarch-owned Summa Group take a controlling stake in a consortium to build a new oil facility in the port of Rotterdam.

Medvedev Hopes for Democracy in Post-Gadhafi Libya

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President Dmitry Medvedev expressed hopes for peace and a democratic government in Libya as the African country’s new leaders declared Moammar Gadhafi dead Thursday.

Deputy Communications Minister May Be Prosecuted

A deputy communications minister may face criminal charges for arranging for state-controlled telecoms operator Rostelecom to cover the bills for foreign trips by his subordinates, Vedomosti reported Thursday.

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