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Putin Awards Opposition Journalist

In a rare display of political generosity, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has announced state awards to opposition journalists including Mikhail Beketov, who was left disabled after a beating.

Initiative Focuses on Retirees

If Prime Minister Vladimir Putin begins a six-year term as president in 2012 he will join 12 million pensioners who continue to work beyond the official retirement age.

Anna Chapman in Plagiarism Scandal

Former spy-turned-sex symbol and conservative it-girl Anna Chapman has incredibly found herself in the middle of a plagiarism scandal after penning an article on Alexander Pushkin only to be accused of ripping off a notorious propagandist.

Financial Regulator Admits High Flight

Capital flight from Russia might reach $70 billion this year, as foreign investors have been taking money out of the country due to turbulence in the global economy.

Report: Russia Lags in Carbon Disclosure

Russia could have one of the most carbon-intensive economies or the least — but it is almost impossible to tell, because Russian companies reveal less emissions data than anyone else, ranking behind China, India and Brazil.

Lone Private Gun Maker Targets Locals

Alexei Sorokin skipped this year's ultimate competition for rifle fans in North Lawrence, Ohio. He was putting the finishing touches on the country's only private factory that designs and produces its own brand of hunting, sporting and sniper rifles.

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