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Fake Diplomas No Longer Buy a University Education

Filipp's high school grades were so bad that he stopped going. After a few months he decided to make a fresh start in college. Re-enrolling in high school would take too long, he figured. Buying a high school diploma seemed like a good solution.

Triple Suicide Bombing in Chechnya Embarrasses Kadyrov

A triple suicide bombing has rocked Grozny, killing nine people and badly embarrassing Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov on the final day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

$12.6Bln Allotted for New and Better Roads

The government plans to increase financing of road construction next year to 364 billion rubles ($12.6 billion) and introduce new regulations on construction work to better control road quality, Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov said Wednesday.

Russian Railways and Government Play $1.4Bln Game of Chicken Over Tariffs

Russian Railways is set to reduce its planned investment spending by 41 billion rubles ($1.4 billion) if the government decides to temper growth in transportation tariffs, a top executive at the state-run monopoly said Wednesday.

Germany's HiPP Produces Organic Baby Food in Kaliningrad

In a country where organic food has a limited following, German baby-food maker HiPP has its work cut out for it. But HiPP is so confident that its all-organic baby-food products will win over parents that it has opened a factory in Kaliningrad.

In New Blow, BP Office Is Raided

Insult was piled on injury for BP when the company's Moscow office was raided Wednesday by court marshals less than 24 hours after international rival ExxonMobil signed an enormous Arctic exploration deal with BP's former partner Rosneft.

Road Work Snarling Traffic Near Domodedovo Airport

The Moscow Times
Lack of coordination on road re-construction projects is causing gridlock near Domodedovo Airport south of Moscow, reported.

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