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Kiev Tells EU Not to Worry About Lack of Gas This Winter

Ukraine's Prime Minister Mykola Azarov has sought to allay fears that the increasingly tense discourse on gas trade between Moscow and Kiev will lead to yet another breakdown in supplies across Europe.

Tula's Ex-Governor Charged With Graft

Troubles were piling up for former Tula Governor Vyacheslav Dudka on Monday as he was charged with accepting a bribe and placed under house arrest.

Ski Resorts in North Caucasus Bring Both Hope and Doubt

The North Caucasus region is a new multibillon-dollar frontier in real estate and tourism. Driving to the mountains of the Arkhyz valley, cattle and horses are a more common sight than rest stops. But that is about to change soon — or at least that is the government's plan.

Not Even Fog and War Can Ground Ka-52 Helicopter

A holiday atmosphere filled the air as people carrying red, white and yellow balloons filled tidy streets in Arsenyev, a small town in the Primorye region, ignoring a thick fog covering the five-story Soviet-era apartment buildings.

Youth Group Calls for Government Reshuffling to Regain People's Trust

Yabloko co-founder Grigory Yavlinsky would become foreign minister, Moscow's hawkish NATO representative Dmitry Rogozin would become defense minister, and anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny would become prosecutor general if the youth wing of the Just Russia party gets its way.

Movie Star Announces Kremlin Bid

The upcoming presidential race took a distinctly eccentric twist Monday when a movie star and ex-priest who moonlights as a creative director for mobile phone retail chain Yevroset announced his decision to run.

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