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Norilsk Eyes Venture With BHP

Norilsk Nickel said it could create a joint venture with British-Australian miner BHP Billiton to produce nickel in Australia. The venture is possible if the domestic miner's "shareholders and management consider it reasonable," Norilsk said.

Socialite Says NTV Censored Her Show

NTV took off the air an episode of a talk show in which Ksenia Sobchak accuses a senior government official of corruption, drawing allegations that the TV channel has censored two programs critical of authorities in less than a week.

Actor-Priest Sells Soft Nationalism

Russian nationalism has many faces. Most are familiar stock characters, either populists on a Kremlin leash or caveman Hitler aficionados. But how about a hipster in John Lennon-style color glasses who is also an Orthodox priest and a sitcom star?

Russia Rises in Bribery Score, Still Last

Russian businessmen are most likely to give bribes in commercial deals abroad, compared with businessmen from other large economies, according to the just-released Transparency International bribe payers index.

Russia and Georgia Strike WTO Deal

Russia has reached an agreement with Georgia on a bilateral deal that paves the way for its much-anticipated entry into the World Trade Organization.

Errors, Drugs Crashed Lokomotiv Jet

The plane crash that devastated Yaroslavl's Lokomotiv hockey team in September was caused by multiple pilot errors, including sedatives in a pilot's blood, inadequate training and a crucial instrument mix-up.

Mercedes Pays to Topple Logo

A huge Mercedes Benz emblem that has looked across at the Kremlin for 10 years from its rooftop home by the Moscow River was removed Wednesday as part of a government campaign to reduce the quantity of advertising in the city.

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