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Q&A: Malykhina Earned First $1M After Year in U.S.

Even by the standards of today's young entrepreneurs, Marina Malykhina was precocious, earning her first $1 million by age 19.

Modesty Masks Fierce Olympic Hopes for Russian Team

The Olympic Games are perhaps the ultimate rebuttal to the old saying that "a game is just a game."

Pressure Ratchets Up on Protesters

As hundreds of opposition supporters rallied Thursday on behalf of a dozen people arrested in connection with violence at a May 6 demonstration, investigators signaled that the Kremlin was hardening its stance toward the opposition.

BP Ordered to Pay $3.1Bln in Damages

The Moscow Times
A Tyumen region court ordered BP to pay $3.1 billion in damages Friday as part of litigation that the oil major said amounts to corporate blackmail.

Russian Spy Ring in U.S. Groomed Children to Take Over

The Moscow Times
Russian sleeper agents deported from the United States in 2010 were actively grooming members' children to carry on their undercover espionage, a report said.

'Extreme Stress' Killed Magnitsky, Suspect Says

The Moscow Times
A prison official on trial for negligence in the case of Sergei Magnitsky, the anti-corruption lawyer, has claimed the whistle-blower's death in custody was caused by "extreme stress."

Feminist Sentenced for Baring Breasts at Patriarch Kirill

The Moscow Times
A Ukrainian court on Friday handed down a 15-day administrative sentence to a women's rights activist who bared her breasts and threw herself at Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill in Kiev's Borispol Airport.

What the Papers Say, July 26, 2012

The Moscow Times
A roundup of today's Russian-language newspapers

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