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Russia Backs Old Enemy in Ukraine

Ukrainian Orange Revolution icon Yulia Tymoshenko has long been loathed by Moscow, but now that she is behind bars, the Russian government has joined the chorus of her supporters.

Moscow Mimics Global Market Reaction

Russian shares dived in line with global markets as the world witnessed the biggest equity sell-off since the 2008 economic crisis at the end of last week in the face of debt woes in Europe and fears of a U.S. slowdown.

Medvedev Takes Credit for South Ossetian War

Three years after the brief South Ossetian war, the personal animosity of the Russian leadership toward Georgian leader Mikheil Saakashvili remains the biggest obstacle in relations between the two countries, according to President Dmitry Medvedev.

Russian Railways to Sell Freight One

Russian Railways hopes to complete the share sale of its Freight One cargo subsidiary this year, company president Vladimir Yakunin said Friday.

Committee Lists Bulgaria Violations

The Moscow Times
Gross overload, lack of safety equipment and numerous technical problems, including engine and radio malfunctions, were the reasons why the Bulgaria cruise ship sank on the Volga River last month, killing 122, the Investigative Committee said Friday.

Med School Denies 'Ghosts' Are Frauds

A top medical school in Moscow is deeply mired in a scandal over this year's new  students — three-quarters of whom either don't exist or never applied for enrollment.

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