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One Pussy Riot Member Freed by Moscow Court

A Moscow court on Wednesday released one member of punk band Pussy Riot and upheld two-year prison terms for the other two members convicted of hooliganism for an anti-Putin performance in a Moscow cathedral.

Court Voids Norilsk Nickel Buyback

The Moscow Times
A regional court in Siberia has ruled in favor of aluminum giant RusAl, which was seeking to void the buyback of a 7.7 percent stake in Norilsk Nickel that took place last year.

Internet Business Expands While Restrictions Grow

Internet businesses are demonstrating strong sales across the board, in areas ranging from website development to online marketing, executives and researchers said Wednesday.

Carlsberg to Invest $32M in Green Projects

Carlsberg Group, the nation's largest beer producer with its Baltika brand, plans to invest a billion rubles ($32 million) in environmental protection and conservation in Russia over the next five years.

Gazprom Neft Still Interested in Kurdistan

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Gazprom Neft is still interested in Kurdistan's oil, a company source said, rebutting reports that it had frozen projects in the Iraqi province.

Floods Kill 7 in City on Caspian Sea

Heavy rains caused flooding that killed seven people in the southern ­republic of Dagestan on Wednesday.

James Bond Comes to Moscow

British glamour and decades of iconic film history stopped off in Moscow on Wednesday morning at the opening of an exhibition celebrating 50 years of James Bond at The Gallery on Solyanka. 
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