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Putin Offers Liberal Rules and Kudrin

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Thursday attempted to reassure investors dismayed by swelling social and military spending and promised a slate of major high-tech projects and more liberal rules for buying into strategic resource companies.

Russia's "Apple Generation" Mourns Steve Jobs

Mourners laid flowers at Apple stores across the country Thursday in a tribute to company founder Steve Jobs, who died late Wednesday night after a battle with pancreatic cancer.

Foreign Ministry Complains About U.S. Warships

The Foreign Ministry on Thursday warned that a U.S. agreement to deploy warships off the Spanish coast as part of a NATO-wide anti-missile shield this week was undermining Russia-NATO cooperation.

New Preservation Head Promises Openness

Deputy Mayor Marat Khusnullin said he would not allow large-scale demolition of historical buildings and is open to dialogue as the new head of the commission overseeing Moscow's architectural heritage.

German Analyst Deported, Drawing Protest From Berlin

An unexpected chill settled over normally warm Russian-German relations on Thursday, when a prominent German analyst was refused entry into Russia for security reasons and the German Foreign Ministry angrily summoned Moscow's envoy in protest.

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