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U.S.-Russian 3-Year Multientry Visa Bill to Go to Duma

The Moscow Times
After months of delays, the government has finalized a much-touted visa agreement with the United States and drafted the corresponding bill.

Mayoral Bill Seen as Reform in Name Only

The Moscow City Duma on Wednesday tentatively approved two bills that would reinstate mayoral elections but with restrictions that would hinder opposition candidates from running.

Barents Crabs Suffer From Soviet Legacy, Russian Reality

The Soviet experiment of transplanting Kamchatka crabs to the Barents Sea has had a string of economic, environmental and social effects on fishing communities.

People's Front to Stay Independent, But Some Members Want Out

The All-Russia People’s Front will remain independent from United Russia, even though some members intend to change alliances.

Pulkovo On Track for Expansion

St. Petersburg's Pulkovo Airport will meet a milestone next week when it completes the <span id="bxid_72978">internal framework</span> of its new passenger terminal.

Regions Hope Foreign Tourists Float in Their Direction

Regional officials have plans to lure foreign tourists from the Moscow-St. Petersburg route by developing water tourism, particularly cruise tours on the Volga River.

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