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Putin Says 4-Year Income Is $570,000

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin earned about 17.7 million rubles ($570,000) over the last four years, with part of the income coming from 10 bank accounts where he has 5.7 million rubles, according to an income declaration.

Q&A: Ferrero's Spanish Director Leads With the Heart

Arturo Cardelus has spent hundreds of hours on Russian lessons in the eight years since he moved to Moscow to build up the local operations of Ferrero, the Italian family-owned chocolate giant.

News Analysis: Medvedev's Pledges Are Too Little, Too Late

President Dmitry Medvedev's promises in his state-of-the-nation speech to liberalize the political system were a reaction to growing public discontent, but they come too late, analysts said.

Ivanov Replaces Naryshkin In Kremlin

Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov became the Kremlin chief of staff in what analysts called a reward for one of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's closest allies and part of preparations for Putin's expected return to the Kremlin.

Twitter Becomes Key for Moscow Protests

You may have heard that tens of thousands of people would protest against election falsifications on Saturday. You probably didn't hear it from state-controlled Russian television. But perhaps you have been following it in real time on Twitter.

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