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Germans Get to Business With Putin

German business executives sought to improve their chances at Russian tenders and saluted Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's intention to run for president again as they met with him.

St. Pete May Fine Gays Who Are Open

In a throwback to Soviet times, St. Petersburg legislators have tentatively approved a bill that would impose fines on gays or lesbians who openly profess their sexual orientation.

Russia Has Most Web Users in Europe

Russia has become Europe's biggest market by number of Internet users, overtaking the region's leading economies Germany and France — an encouraging milestone for the biggest market players, but largely seen as natural due to the size of the country's population.

American's Odd Tale of Love Lost in Ukraine

Many come to the East following a dream, but some — like Cary Dolego — get seriously lost along the way. The 53-year-old came to Ukraine looking for love — but eight months later found himself homeless and living outside a railway station.

Chechen Poet Killed in Moscow

A pro-Russian Chechen poet was gunned down, possibly by the same hitman who shot dead Colonel Yury Budanov, a veteran of the Chechen campaign and convicted war criminal.

U.S. Prods Russia Over Magnitsky's Death

The Moscow Times
The U.S. government marked the second anniversary of the prison death of Hermitage Capital lawyer Sergei Magnitsky on Wednesday by urging the Russian government to hold accountable those officials involved in his death.

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