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Libyans Weighing Contract Options

The Libyan government said it might honor contracts that had been signed with Moscow during the regime of Moammar Gadhafi after checking them for corruption schemes, but analysts warned Sunday that Russian companies could ultimately be forced out of the market after the country took an ambiguous position during last year's revolution.

Commuting and Content Driving E-Book Growth

The country's burgeoning e-book market is seeing dramatic growth rates, with an ever-increasing number of titles available in electronic format and e-readers continuing to fall sharply in price.

Women Set to Soar into Olympic History in Sochi

Female ski jumpers will write a new chapter in the sport when they make their Olympic debut at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi.

Prison Guard in Shooting Spree

Raising new questions about the fairness of the legal system, a prison official who opened fire on customers in a Kamchatka store, injuring three, has been accused of simple hooliganism after local investigators mitigated more serious charges Sunday.

1, 5 Kopek Coins Going Away

That inevitable accumulation of almost worthless change could become a thing of the past this year as the Central Bank pushes to remove all 1- and 5-kopek coins from circulation.

Russian Bourses Rise To Meet the World

Moscow's bourses jumped in early trading Sunday morning as they caught up with the gains made on international markets during the holiday period.

Putin's Third Term to Focus on Physical and Spiritual Development

The Moscow Times
In Vladimir Putin's third term as president he will focus on the physical and spiritual development of the country, presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Saturday.

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