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How U.S. Default Would Hit Russia

There probably aren't many things that Sberbank president German Gref tries not to think about. But a U.S. default, which will take place if warring political parties in Washington cannot agree on a deficit reduction plan, is one of them.

Jail Officials Targeted Over Magnitsky

Investigators said Monday that a criminal case has been opened into two prison officials in connection with the death of Hermitage lawyer Sergei Magnitsky and that they face possible charges of negligence.

Cop 'Bullied' Pregnant Driver Who Didn’t Yield

Moscow police on Monday promised to look into a complaint that a traffic police officer threatened a pregnant woman with a gun for failing to yield to an unidentified government official's car. A police spokesman said “disciplinary actions” would be sought against the officer should his guilt be proved in an inquiry.

Medvedev, Merkel in Gas Talks

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President Medvedev goes to Germany to meet Chancellor Angela Merkel with a stronger hand than ever to win a long-held aim: closer access to consumers in the biggest market for Russian gas.

Moscow River Real Estate in an Upsurge

Captain Vinogradov has watched his life and his country transform as he stood at the helm of his ship. And for the past 20 years, he has watched the Moscow River change from a passageway for aging Soviet ships to a burgeoning real estate market.

29-Year-Old Strikes Gold With Trendy Berry

Three months ago, there was not an acai berry to be found in Russia. But thanks to Maria Lobova, that has changed. What started as an informal pitch by a friend has transformed into a fast-growing business for Lobova, who started the company Acailosophy to import and distribute the fruit in Russia.

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