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Gazprom Opens Pipeline to Sakhalin

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Thursday opened a multibillion-dollar pipeline that could potentially boost natural gas exports from Russia to Asia, including through reclusive North Korea.

2 Russian-Speaking Families Remember Their 9/11 Loss

Sept. 11, 2001, began as a gorgeous, sun-drenched morning in New York. The windows of Valery Savinkin's office provided a clear view of the two glimmering towers where his son worked across the Hudson River. Minutes before 9 a.m., he heard on the news that a plane had struck the North Tower.

Q&A: Singapore's Tay Sees Mutual Lessons in Business With Russia

At first glance, Russia and Singapore could not be more different. One is huge and the other tiny, one is mostly rural and undeveloped while the other has barely any free land. But the countries have been growing closer.

Hermitage Capital: Tax Officials Stole $33M

Hermitage Capital Management on Thursday released a new exposé about officials implicated in the death of its lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, accusing them of siphoning off 1 billion rubles ($33 million) of state money through illegal tax refunds.

Norilsk to Spend $4.5Bln on Buyback

Norilsk Nickel said Thursday that it plans to spend up to $4.5 billion buying back its shares from the market, following United Company RusAl's decision not to sell its 15 percent stake in the nickel miner.

Medvedev Orders Airline Overhaul After Lokomotiv Tragedy

President Dmitry Medvedev declared on Thursday an urgent overhaul of domestic airlines following the Yak-42 plane crash that killed 43 people, robbing the country of the star ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl.

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