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10/30/2012

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A Just Russia Threatened as Founding Groups Split From Party

A Just Russia, the moderate-left State Duma party that includes several leading opposition figures, suffered another setback Monday when leaders of two of its founding groups announced they were splitting off.

New Putin Limo Unveiled

After six full years of development, President Vladimir Putin finally has a car more beautiful than U.S. President Barack Obama's.

Grass-Roots Movement Opposes Paid Parking

Angry downtown residents have started a campaign against the Moscow city government's plans to introduce paid parking at the end of this week.

Officials Step Up Fight Against Housing Fraud

Officials ranging from local investigators to the president have been talking up their measures to combat widespread fraud in residential real estate.

State Seeks to Streamline Trade Offices

The government has published a proposal to improve the services of its trade offices around the world.

Report: No WTO Gains Visible Yet

Accession to the World Trade Organization is generating minimal short-term economic gains for Russia, and the long-term benefits are exaggerated.

Scientists Get Honor and Push From Above

Old is new again for the Russian government, which has renewed an old Soviet tradition in an effort to give new life to the country's crippled science sector.

Ukrainian President's Party Set for Election Win

Reuters
The party of Ukrainian President Victor Yanukovych was on course Monday to secure a parliamentary majority, but international monitors said flaws in the election meant the country had taken a "step back."

UN-Arab League Envoy Regrets That Syria Truce Crumbled

Reuters
International envoy Lakhdar Brahimi expressed regret Monday at the failure of a four-day truce in Syria that he had arranged between President Bashar Assad's government and rebel forces.
A cardboard cutout of President Vladimir Putin awaiting tourists on a chilly Saturday at noon on Alexandrovsky Sad beside sculptor Zurab Tsereteli’s four-horses statue and its accompanying fountain, drained for the coming winter.

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A cardboard cutout of President Vladimir Putin awaiting tourists on a chilly Saturday at noon on Alexandrovsky Sad beside sculptor Zurab Tsereteli’s four-horses statue and its accompanying fountain, drained for the coming winter.

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