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UNICEF Scales Back, May Exit Russia

UNICEF, the United Nations children's agency, is cutting back its presence on the ground in Russia and might even exit the country, a development experts described as a significant blow to children's welfare.

Putin Signs Law Creating Single Voting Day in September

President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday signed a law introducing a single voting day for regional and federal elections, a measure that opposition politicians said was illegal and would benefit the ruling party.

U.S. Charges 11 With Stealing Military Secrets for Russia

The Associated Press
A Kazakhstan-born businessman was charged in the U.S. on Wednesday with being a secret Russian agent involved in a scheme to illegally export microelectronics from the United States to Russian military and intelligence agencies.

Russia Left Out of Top 200 Universities List

Russian universities once again failed to make the list of the top 200 universities in the world.

Aeroflot Cancels Over 60 Flights Amid Runway Uproar

In the face of protracted flight delays, Aeroflot's CEO said Wednesday that more than 60 flights would be canceled through mid-October because of repair work on a runway at Sheremetyevo Airport.

Ministry Mulls Quotas on Foreign Films

Foreign films could become a rare delicacy for movie lovers if the Culture Ministry approves proposals to impose quotas on such films in local theaters.

Topless Ukrainian Feminists Open 'Boot Camp' in Paris

Femen, the Ukrainian feminist group whose members protest by exposing their breasts, has opened a new global headquarters and "boot camp" in a largely Muslim area of Paris.

Antitrust Service Proposes Solution to Telenor Conflict

The Moscow Times
The Federal Anti-Monopoly Service on Wednesday proposed a solution for its standoff with Norwegian telecommunications operator Telenor.

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