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Soyuz TMA-04M Blasts Off for Space Station

The Moscow Times
(VIDEO) Two Russians and an American blasted off in a Soyuz spaceship headed for the International Space Station Tuesday, overcoming more than a month's delay caused by problems with the Russian spacecraft.

New Cabinet For Putin's Eyes Only

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev proposed a new Cabinet to President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday — but both made it clear that details, including the names, are not yet for public consumption.

Court Orders Protest Camp Dismantled

Responding to local residents’ complaints of filth and an unsafe environment for children, a Moscow court ordered police to do something about a protesters’ camp in a Chistiye Prudy park on Tuesday.

Duma: Don't Read Into Summit 'Snubs' by Obama, Putin

The Moscow Times
Parliamentarians warned against misinterpreting the U.S. president's decision to skip an APEC summit and Putin's not attending a G8 meeting.

Putin Looks to Strengthen Ties With Former Soviet Neighbors

At a meeting of the Collective Security Treaty Organization on Tuesday, the president said the group's influence in regional affairs will increase.

Navalny Debit Card to Give Anti-Corruption Rewards

The Moscow Times
Opposition leader Alexei Navalny has reached an agreement with a bank to release a debit card that will raise funds for an anti-corruption group.

Human Rights Court Awards Damages to Mother of Dead Soldier

The Moscow Times
The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Russia did not uphold the rights of a conscript who died after being shot by a fellow soldier.

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