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09/21/2012

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USAID Exit to Hit Small Organizations Hard

The government has refused to backtrack on a demand that the U.S. Agency for International Development cease operations in the country by Oct. 1, despite laments from nongovernmental groups and a reported request for an extension from the U.S.

What the Papers Say, Sept. 20, 2012

BBC Monitoring
A roundup of today's Russian-language newspapers

Estonian Catches a Whiff of Profit in Russia

Eva-Maria Kunapuu began making scented candles in her kitchen seven years ago when she couldn't find any decent ones in the shops in her hometown of Tallinn.

Q&A: Nordgold CEO Zelenski Prefers Business People to Molecules

Balancing his animated style with a practical sense of calm is one of the things that make mining executive Nikolai Zelenski a success.

Cossacks Detained Trying to Disrupt Pussy Riot Exhibit Opening

The Moscow Times
Several Cossacks were detained at a Moscow arts complex while trying to disrupt the opening of an exhibition of works inspired by punk band Pussy Riot.

Photos of the Week, Sept. 17-21

The Moscow Times
Vladimir Putin Peak, the world's first liliger, and a hungry young woman in stilettos — in this week's photos of the week.

In the Spotlight

Anna Malpas writes her last column for The Moscow Times after six years of watching bad television and writing about Ksenia Sobchak.

Death of Up to 70 Dogs in Moscow Park Prompts Criminal Case

The Moscow Times
A criminal case has been opened in connection with the recent deaths of 40 to 70 dogs in the 50th Anniversary of October park in western Moscow, police said Friday.
A plane flying across the sky high above a statue perched atop the Pekin Hotel. The Stalinist structure built on Triumfalnaya Ploshchad in 1955 was designed by architect Dmitry Chechulin, who also designed the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall across the square and the White House, among other Moscow landmarks.

Issue 4976

A plane flying across the sky high above a statue perched atop the Pekin Hotel. The Stalinist structure built on Triumfalnaya Ploshchad in 1955 was designed by architect Dmitry Chechulin, who also designed the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall across the square and the White House, among other Moscow landmarks.

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