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New Worries of Selective Justice

Bank of Moscow president Andrei Borodin could well become the latest symbol of selective justice, just as the Kremlin is bending over backward to show it is trying to improve the investment climate in the country.

Magnitsky Link in Tax Office Raids

Investigators searched the Moscow office of the Federal Tax Service as part of a multimillion-dollar embezzlement case that could implicate officials under fire in another case — the prison death of Hermitage lawyer Sergei Magnitsky.

Police Hail New Reforms to Skeptical Public

A month after the start of the much-trumpeted police reform, improvements are already tangible, Interior Minister Rashid Nurgaliyev says — even as a survey found that public attitudes toward the police remain overwhelmingly negative.

French Join the Effort for Energy Efficiency

France has joined a growing stampede of Western countries seeking to cash in on Russia's energy efficiency drive. Western firms have been waking up to the opportunities since a framework law on energy efficiency was passed in 2009.

U.S. Buying $370M of Helicopters

Combined Reports
Russia and the United States have agreed on the terms for supplying 21 Russian military helicopters worth $370 million to Afghanistan, the daily Kommersant reported Wednesday.

9 Russians in Fight to Keep Citizenship

Imagine waking up one morning without your citizenship. That's what essentially happened to at least nine Russians after their names simply vanished from Foreign Ministry computers.

Poles Get More Plane Crash Files

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Prosecutors on Wednesday gave Poland more documents from their investigation into the plane crash that killed Polish President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others.

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