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Data Centers Offering Prime Space

Although it's still daunting to find a parking space for your car in Moscow, finding a space to park your computer just got easier.

Minister: Ease Rules For Parties

Justice Minister Alexander Konovalov said political parties and other nonprofit organizations should not be required to register with his ministry, only notify it of their existence.

A Good Night's Rest for $18 or Less

Scotsman Aly Hogg enjoys defying convention. So when he flew in for a one-day stopover in Moscow, naturally the only place he considered staying was where few Russians dare to go — a hostel.

Khodorkovsky to Repair Toilets

The Moscow Times
Former Yukos CEO Mikhail Khodorkovsky will fix toilets and repair windows at the Karelian prison where he was sent last week, RIA-Novosti reported Monday.

EU Envoys Coming to Discuss Vegetable Ban

A European Commission delegation will visit Moscow in the coming days to negotiate the lifting of Russia's ban on EU vegetables, spokesman for the European Union delegation to Moscow Denis Daniilidis said.

Domodedovo Employees Filmed Stealing

The Moscow Times
Two employees at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport have been fired and face up to five years in prison after they were caught on video stealing passengers' belongings, news reports said Monday.

In Khimki Forest, Opposition Seeks a Voice

Not even the organizers could really explain what the four-day Anti-Seliger camp was all about. But something was in the air, with even Alexei Navalny, the anti-corruption blogger whose political star is rising, dropping by for a presentation.

A Pacific Nation's Turmoil Leaves Abkhazia in Limbo

Confusion over Abkhazia's ties with Vanuatu reached new heights Monday when reports from the Pacific island nation said a new government had withdrawn an earlier recognition of the breakaway Georgian republic's independence.

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