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RusAl Net Soars, Dividends Wait

Aluminum giant United Company RusAl said Monday that its net profit skyrocketed to $432 million in the third quarter from $29 million a year ago due to solid production results and cost efficiency measures.

S. Ossetia Split on Kremlin Nominee

This weekend's presidential election in South Ossetia ended with a surprise tie between the candidate supported by Moscow and a major opposition figure.

Arms Upgrade Begins With Recycling

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin ordered the military-industrial complex to form a special commission to oversee government contracts and spending on defense projects.

Crooks Ads Seen As Anti-United Russia

In a perhaps not-so-well thought-out decision, authorities in Siberia have ruled that political ads denouncing "crooks and thieves" could only be interpreted as an attack on the ruling United Russia party.

Kremlin Says Tajik Hunt Not Political

Kremlin pressure on Tajikistan continued Monday as President Dmitry Medvedev denied that the deportation of Tajik migrants from Russia was a tit-for-tat response to the harsh sentence Tajikistan handed down to a Russian pilot.

Ex-Mirax Set to Complete Federation Tower

Despite the freezing cold and sharp wind, construction work continued on the 66th floor of Federation Tower's east tower on a recent weekday. Developer — formerly known as Mirax Group — now has a completion target of 2013.

Teens Vie for All-Expenses-Paid Trip to U.S.

One year from now, Pasha Kormiletsyn could find himself studying at an American high school, sitting around an American dinner table or playing football — American football — in a town like Bozeman, Montana; Willis Point, Texas; or Morrisdale, Pennsylvania.

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