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Navalny, VTB Exchange Attacks

VTB slammed opposition leader Alexei Navalny and a London-based think tank Tuesday after they published a joint report portraying the state-owned giant as riddled with corruption and a danger to the health of European financial markets.

Kremlin Challenges EU on Gas Prices

The Kremlin raised the stakes in a standoff between Gazprom and EU antitrust authorities on Tuesday, making it illegal for Gazprom to trade with or divulge information to foreign entities without first receiving permission from the government.

Tiny Transdnestr Seeks Its Place in the (Soviet) Sun

Troops goose-step Soviet-style across the square saluting the VIP podium as martial music plays and loudspeakers broadcast voices exhorting citizens to greater efforts to build the homeland.

Claim of Lost An-2 Signal Prompts New Search

A radio hobbyist's claim to have recently captured distress signals from an An-2 biplane that went missing in the Ural Mountains three months ago prompted authorities on Tuesday to resume the search for survivors.

Metro Doing Joint Venture With Railroad

The Moscow Times
Russian Railways-Razvitie Vokzalov, a subsidiary of the country's railroad monopoly, is giving hope to the city's exhausted commuters with its plans to create a joint venture with Moscow Metropolitan.

Atomstroiexport Claims $1.3Bln From Bulgaria

The Moscow Times
Nuclear power plant builder Atomstroiexport is seeking at least 1 billion euros ($1.28 billion) in damages from Bulgaria's National Electric Company for the Belene nuclear power plant project's cancellation.

Thief Robs Pensioner of $200,000, Faberge Eggs

The Moscow Times
A burglar stole $200,000 in cash and 60 million rubles in antiques, including two Faberge eggs, from a retired art collector's home over the weekend.

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