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New Gallery Looks to Encourage 'Fresh Blood'

Last week saw the opening of MSK Eastside, a loft-space gallery in the heart of Moscow's central east side district that hopes to provide a platform for young, emerging artists who might otherwise be overlooked by some of the city's larger galleries.

Pressure Grows With Magnitsky Video

Supporters of Sergei Magnitsky released a new video on Tuesday that offers more details about a purported organized crime group linked to the jail death of the whistle-blowing lawyer.

Lavrov to Attend Syria Meeting, If It Happens

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will attend a meeting on the escalating conflict in Syria that international mediator Kofi Annan is attempting to organize in Geneva this weekend.

UEFA Charges Russia Over Fans' Racist Abuse

Combined Reports
UEFA has charged the Russian Football Union for racist behavior and racist chanting by Russian fans during a Euro 2012 match, a day after the union’s chief quit over Russia’s poor showing.

Novatek Plans Yamal Pre-Sales

Novatek, due to launch Russia's next liquefied natural gas project in partnership with Total in 2016, will pre-sell half the gas by the end of next year.

BasEl Eyes Link With Dassault

Manufacturing and transportation firm Basic Element is in talks with French company Dassault Aviation and German group Siemens about strategic partnerships with its engineering division.

4 More Vehicles Shot With Air Guns

The Moscow Times
Three local buses and an ambulance have been targeted in air gun attacks since Sunday, adding to at least nine similar incidents this month.

Russia Aiming for Bronze at the Olympics

The Moscow Times
Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko thinks the Russian team will take third place at the London 2012 Olympic Games in the face of stiff competition from other frontrunners.

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