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04/13/2012

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Top-Earning Senator Made 1Bln Rubles in 2011

The Moscow Times
Buryatiya senator Vitaly Malkin narrowly beat out billionaire and Dagestan senator Suleiman Kerimov for the title of top-earning member of the Federation Council for 2011, according to income declarations released Friday.

Shein Turns up Juice in Astrakhan

Hunger-striking former Astrakhan mayoral candidate Oleg Shein tempered his fast Thursday by drinking a glass of orange juice, but the post-election situation in the city remains at an impasse.

Nasty Court Battle Ensnares Noted Clergymen

A squabble over damage to an apartment developed into a contentious court case involving the Orthodox patriarch and a former Cabinet minister who became a priest.

Update: Court Closes 'Patriarch's Apartment' Case

Russian Billionaire Controls Half of Micro-Finance Company

The Moscow Times
Billionaire Alexander Mamut controls 50 percent of micro-financing organization Migcredit.

Skolkovo Adviser Sees Post-Medvedev Future

The coming change in presidents won’t halt the development of the Skolkovo innovation hub, a top consultant to Skolkovo’s president said Thursday, as hundreds of technology entrepreneurs, investors and students descended on a conference promoting the hub.

Q&A: Delta Air Lines Is a Business and a Bridge for Tarasov

As the son of a military pilot, air travel is in Leonid Tarasov's blood. He flew just two weeks after being born, back to his father's garrison in Ukraine.

Cabinet Members Declare Their Incomes

Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Khloponin sold some shares last year in a move that garnered him with the status of the richest Cabinet member.

Iran War Threat Rattles Nerves in Caucasus

When the world's major powers gather in Istanbul on Saturday for crucial talks with Tehran on its nuclear program, Moscow's negotiators will have extra motivation to avoid a war.
Members of the special Presidential Regiment conducting a rehearsal march through Red Square on Thursday along a parade route that circles the entire Kremlin. Also known as the Kremlin Regiment, the highly honored unit is charged with protecting top officials and maintaining security at the Kremlin.

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Members of the special Presidential Regiment conducting a rehearsal march through Red Square on Thursday along a parade route that circles the entire Kremlin. Also known as the Kremlin Regiment, the highly honored unit is charged with protecting top officials and maintaining security at the Kremlin.

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