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05/30/2012

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McFaul Faces Kremlin Scorn Once Again

The Foreign Ministry assailed U.S. Ambassador Michael McFaul for comments the ministry said went "far beyond the bounds of diplomatic etiquette."

Berezovsky Investigated for Inciting 'Mass Disorder'

The Investigative Committee has opened an inquiry against self-exiled businessman Boris Berezovsky, who recently pledged a $1.5 million bounty for the arrest of Vladimir Putin.

Fine Increase Proposed to Ensure Transportation Safety

Transit safety watchdog Rostransnadzor is considering raising fines and imposing pre-emptive criminal charges for transportation operators who shirk safety regulations.

LUKoil Plans Secondary Listing in Hong Kong

Reuters
LUKoil plans a secondary listing in Hong Kong within a year, a company executive said Tuesday, as it seeks to attract Asian investors.

Racial Overtone Taints Dorm Dispute

Authorities in the city of Orenburg have moved to oust dark-skinned foreign students from a dormitory located near several children's summer camps, citing concerns about safety.

Russky Island Getting Posh on Schedule

After global leaders conclude the annual Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in September, the purpose-built $2.3 billion conference center on a remote island off the coast of Vladivostok will become a university.

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