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Acquittal Nears for Magnitsky Suspect

A prosecutor on Monday requested that the only remaining defendant in whistle-blowing lawyer Sergei Magnitsky's death be acquitted of criminal negligence.

Gazprom Facing Challenges at Home and Abroad

A landmark gas-supply agreement with Germany signed late last month by Norway's Statoil put the challenges facing Gazprom's business model in the spotlight and prompted a quick response from the Russian gas giant's executives.

Syria's Assad Sends Envoy to Moscow

Syrian President Bashar Assad sent a senior diplomat to Moscow on Wednesday to discuss proposals to end the conflict convulsing his country made by international envoy Lakhdar Brahimi, Syrian and Lebanese sources said.

City Approves London-Like Speakers' Corners

City Hall on Wednesday designated two places in Moscow as rally sites that do not require preliminary approval from authorities.

Crashed Jet's Flight Recorder Found

Rescue teams recovered a flight recorder from a plane which crashed in Kazakhstan on Tuesday, killing all 27 people on board in the country’s worst military air disaster since independence.

Medvedev Names New Deputy Ministers for Regions and Mass Media

The Moscow Times
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Wednesday appointed two deputy ministers in charge of regional development and mass media, Interfax reported.

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