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Braving Cold, Thousands March for and Against the Kremlin

Ignoring snow flurries and a sharp drop in the temperature, thousands of people hit Moscow’s streets Saturday for the first major political marches in nearly two months.

Borodin's Extradition Sought Despite Asylum

The Interior Ministry is undaunted by Britain's decision to grant asylum to the former head of Bank of Moscow.

Russian and Georgian Diplomats Meet to Foster Bilateral Ties

Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin and Georgia’s special representative for relations with Russia met in Prague on Friday to discuss bilateral ties following a “significant improvement” recently, the Foreign Ministry said Saturday.

Adopted Boy's U.S. Death Inquiry Rejected

Russia does not accept the conclusions of U.S. experts that the death of a 3-year-old adopted Russian boy in Texas in January was accidental, the Foreign Ministry said over the weekend.

Police Storm Pussy Riot Play

Moscow police interrupted a play featuring the trial of punk rockers Pussy Riot on Sunday and warned its Swiss director for violating visa rules, in what a government critic said was part of an anti-Western campaign.

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