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Russia Falters as Greece Overtakes in Euro 2012

The Moscow Times
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Lavrov Denies Plotting Syria's Future With U.S.

The Associated Press
The foreign minister said Moscow isn't discussing Syria's future without President Bashar Assad as Washington has claimed.

What Euro Crisis? Russia Seeks Single Currency

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev is calling attention to the introduction of a common currency for the Eurasian Union of former Soviet countries as a hedge against growing volatility in global financial markets.

Dvorkovich Weakened by New Commission

Rosneft head Igor Sechin was made secretary of a new presidential energy commission on Friday in a move that threatens to undermine liberals in the cabinet.

100 Duma Deputies Understate Income

Almost a quarter of the State Duma — 100 deputies — understated their incomes last year, according to an investigation by Transparency International and the Higher School of Economics.

Putin, Obama Finally to Meet as G20 Kicks Off

Combined Reports
Russia will hold the Group of 20 nations to their promises to put their fiscal houses in order when it assumes the presidency of the global policy forum towards the end of this year.

Russia Launches Color-Coded Terror Alerts

The Moscow Times
President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree implementing a color-coded warning system to alert citizens about the threat of a terrorist attack.

Activists Detained Outside Investigative Committee

Police detained 10 opposition activists over the weekend during an unsanctioned, Occupy-style protest outside the offices of the Investigative Committee.

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