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10/29/2012

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Aeroflot Could Create Budget Carrier Within A Year

Aeroflot could start a low-cost airline in less than a year and is also willing to sacrifice its monopoly on more than 30 international routes.

Despite Abduction, Russians Still Seeking Freedom in Ukraine

Despite the harrowing kidnapping of opposition activist Leonid Razvozzhayev by Russian agents, other dissenters are pressing ahead in their bids for political protection in Ukraine.

United Russia Deputy Stomps on White Ribbon

State Duma deputies are distancing themselves from the anti-Kremlin opposition after a United Russia member publicly denounced as traitors those who wear the white ribbons to show solidarity with the anti-Kremlin opposition.

Demographics and Careers Collide for Women Workers

Working women here may enjoy one of the more lengthy maternity leaves in the world, but labor experts caution that the three-year period is also a barrier to having women move up in rank or salary.

Former Metro Chief Gayev Dies

The Moscow Times
Dmitry Gayev, head of the Moscow subway system from 1995 until last year, died at the age of 61 after suffering a long-term severe illness.

Ukraine Votes With Opposition Leader in Jail

The Associated Press
Ukrainians voted in an election Sunday that was expected to maintain President Viktor Yanukovych's parliamentary majority, despite his rollback on democracy during nearly three years in power.

Prokhorov Trades Business for Politics

Billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov announced at a weekend congress of his new Civic Platform party that he is quitting business to enter politics full time, and delegates overwhelmingly elected him as their leader.

University to Provide Business Education for Schoolchildren

Moscow State University began an educational program Sunday for high-school students to stimulate early interest in entrepreneurship.

Hundreds Protest Dog Hunting

The Moscow Times
Hundreds of protesters descended on central Moscow's New Pushkin Square on Sunday to condemn dog hunting — a hobby that has stirred public anger after dozens of dogs were poisoned in a city park last month.
Prokhorov speaking Saturday at the first congress of his Civic Platform party. He drew applause for promising to control Russia’s immigration.

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Prokhorov speaking Saturday at the first congress of his Civic Platform party. He drew applause for promising to control Russia’s immigration.

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