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Airport Ownership Stumps Investigators

In response to a rare public appearance by the chairman of Domodedovo Airport's board of directors, the Investigative Committee admitted that it has failed to get to the bottom of who  owns the country's biggest airport.

Customs Raise Prices for Imported Wines

Cheap European wines could disappear from local shelves next month, industry experts warned, with the price for a bottle of wine from France, Italy, Spain or Germany set to rise 150 to 200 rubles ($5 to $7) because of new customs regulations.

Driving Tips on How to Survive City's Traffic

About a decade ago, Sergei Moiseyev became so fed up after enduring years of hair-raising driving experiences in his job as a salesman that he enrolled in a driving school that offered lessons on how to cope on Moscow's roads.

Ex-Rosatom Executive Held in $3.9M Inquiry

A former Rosatom deputy head has been arrested on charges of embezzling 110 million rubles ($3.9 million), the Interior Ministry said Wednesday.

Right Cause Taps Ex-Yanukovych Aide

Mikhail Prokhorov's Right Cause party has tapped a spin doctor whose work in Ukraine was undone in 2004 by the Orange Revolution to lead its campaign for the State Duma elections.

Total Gets Yamal Buy Approval

The Moscow Times
The government approved on Wednesday the purchase by France's Total of a stake in a major Arctic natural gas project, Yamal LNG, clearing another hurdle for its development.

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