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Envoy Accuses Gazprom of 'Damaging' Iranian People

Iran's ambassador to Moscow on Wednesday assailed Gazprom Neft for a "delay" in developing the country's oil reserves, as fewer energy investors remain committed to cooperating with Tehran.

'Secret Witness' Detained in Politkovskaya Killing

Investigators have detained the suspected organizer of the murder of journalist Anna Politkovskaya in 2006 — who, it turns out, was a mumbling secret witness for prosecutors at a failed trial into her killing in 2009.

Mikhalkov Could Get Less Royalties

Manufacturers and local distributors of electronic goods sent a letter to the government on Wednesday proposing to reduce the list of appliances for which they pay 1 percent of the customs value to compensate copyright holders.

Report Says Saks Heads to Moscow

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Saks Fifth Avenue, the American luxury department store, is planning to open a new location in Moscow, Business FM radio reported Wednesday, without citing its sources. But Saks did not confirm the report when contacted by The Moscow Times.

Kim Endorses Trans-Korean Pipeline

North Korea's reclusive leader Kim Jong Il gave the green light to the construction of a trans-Korean gas pipeline during talks with President Dmitry Medvedev at a closed Siberian military base.

Moscow Fears Flare Over Racist Rioting

The specter of nationalist rioting prompted a court to keep in custody a Dagestani-born martial arts champion accused of killing a Muscovite with a single blow, news reports said Wednesday.

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