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Sheremetyevo Soaring After Revamp

Sheremetyevo management hailed a 150 percent profit jump as proof the airport's extensive regeneration is paying off.

McFaul Epitomizes Embrace of Social Media

U.S. Ambassador Michael McFaul took to Twitter and Facebook on Wednesday in an attempt to refute charges that he's promoting regime change in Russia.

Nation Ticked Off After a Winter of Summer Time

The famous proverb, "Early to bed, and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise," was penned by American founding father Benjamin Franklin. He was also the first to suggest implementing daylight-saving time.

Uproar Widespread Over Chechnya Trip

Hübner and his colleague Johann Gudenus, leader of the Free Democrats' faction in Vienna's City Council, held talks with Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov in Grozny last week.

Russia Last in BRICS For Faith in Business

Russia has seen the degree of confidence in its authorities falling dramatically this year in the wake of recent anti-government protests, as a survey said Wednesday that only 26 percent of respondents trust the government, down from 39 percent in 2011.

St. Petersburg Anti-Gay Law Advances

St. Petersburg lawmakers on Wednesday approved at the crucial second reading a bill introducing fines for advocating gay and lesbian relationships in front of children and promoting pedophilia.

Pair of 12-Year-Olds Dead In 16-Floor Suicide Plunge

The Moscow Times
A pair of 12-year-old girls jumped to their deaths Tuesday in the Moscow region town of Lobnya, prompting a children's rights ombudsman to call for a federal program to address the problem of youth suicide.

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