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Russia Seeks Proof U.S. Zapped Failed Probe

A Russian state commission investigating the crash of the Fobos-Grunt Mars probe will conduct tests to see whether U.S. radar played a role in the spacecraft's failure.

Zyuganov Endorses Demands of Protesters

Communist leader Gennady Zyuganov agreed on Tuesday to implement a series of demands put forth by opposition protesters if he is elected president in the March 4 election.

Opposition Leaders Brief McFaul

A day after meeting Russian officials, new U.S. Ambassador Michael McFaul sat down Tuesday with opposition politicians and civil activists — who were videotaped by pro-Kremlin youth activists as they left the embassy.

Finnish Politics Won't Fluster Bilateral Trade

Finnish businessmen said Tuesday that they expect economic relations between Russia and Finland to strengthen in the future regardless of who wins the race for the presidency in both countries, where elections are rapidly approaching.

Vekselberg's Renova Mulls Domodedovo Bid

Viktor Vekselburg's Renova group may buy Domodedovo Airport, the oligarch has said. Vekselberg confirmed to reporters that the group, in which he holds a controlling share, is "considering" a bid for Domodedovo.

Investigators Freeze Borodin Forest Assets

Assets belonging to two former top managers of Bank of Moscow who fled abroad in April after a takeover by state-owned VTB have been frozen.

Mixed Reviews for Anti-Raiding

Using bank officials and police officers to deal with business competitors is just as common as ever despite more than three years of federal initiatives to battle the practice, according to a report released Tuesday — though some industry observers disagree.

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