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Libya Overshadows $775M in Danish Deals

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin oversaw the signing of $775 million worth of deals in Copenhagen on Tuesday as he led a heavyweight business delegation on the first stop of a two-day tour of the region.

2 Blasts Hit Volgograd, No One Injured

Two powerful bombs targeted police buildings in Volgograd on Tuesday, but no one was injured after police were tipped off about the explosives hidden in packages.

Magnitsky Cleared in State-Ordered Check

An independent commission carrying out a Kremlin-ordered inquiry into the death of Hermitage Capital lawyer Sergei Magnitsky has found that he was illegally jailed and deprived of medical care.

M&A Up $46.8Bln, But Still Off

The volume of mergers and acquisitions on the Russian market showed annual growth in 2010 of $46.8 billion, but no structural changes were seen in the field, which remains skewed by a few big foreign deals.

Cisco Will Assemble Boards in Zelenograd

Electronic components assembled for global technology company Cisco Systems began rolling off a Zelenograd assembly line Tuesday as part of the Silicon Valley company's commitment to invest in Russia.

Passion Drives an Emerging Art and Antiques Market

Increasing numbers of enthusiasts are being drawn to investment, interior decorating and a passion to collect beautiful things — the universal factors driving the worldwide antiques market.

Russians Wrongly Think They're Healthy

Most Russians overestimate how healthy they are, and many run high health risks by smoking, abusing alcohol, being obese and failing to do enough exercise, according to a report published Tuesday.

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