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To Avoid Revealing Income, 2 Universities Find a Very Old Loophole

Constitutional lawyers could be in for a headache: It turns out that institutions founded prior to 1991 may be exempt from President Dmitry Medvedev's flagship anti-corruption initiatives.

Rejected Candidates Go on Hunger Strike

Five candidates in a small North Caucasus town carried their hunger strike at the offices of local authorities into its third day Thursday.

Q&A: Finn Flare's Ryasova Dressing People for Success

The answer as to why Russians are so good at getting rich quickly came to Ksenia Ryasova, who started and runs the chain of Finn Flare clothing stores, as she peered out the window of a train departing from Helsinki.

Trade War Over EU Airport Fees Averted

Russia may impose limitations on European airlines flying over Siberia in retaliation for the European Union's plans to levy fees on carbon emissions by airlines using its airports.

Attackers Ambush Abkhaz President

Officers from the Federal Security Service are in Abkhazia to investigate an assassination attempt on the leader of the Georgian breakaway region.

High-Ranking U.S. Senator Talks Trade

A top U.S. senator has strongly touted the repeal of the Jackson-Vanik amendment on a trip to Russia, raising the prospect that the removal of the long-time irritant in bilateral ties will gain greater traction in Congress.

Former Bank Head Faces New Charges

New criminal charges relating to the theft of 6.7 billion rubles ($226 million) were filed against Andrei Borodin, the former head of Bank of Moscow.

Putin Rally Raises Bar for Opponents

In a show of strength and administrative muscle that for its sheer size upped the ante for street protests, Prime Minister and presidential hopeful Vladimir Putin declared himself a true patriot to tens of thousands of people at Luzhniki stadium on Thursday and promised to fight for Russia.

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