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Livanov Promises Pay Raises for Professors

Embattled Education and Science Minister Dmitry Livanov said Monday that Russian professors would get a pay rise in September in a move seen as an attempt to appease opposition to his tenure at the ministry.

Turkish Airlines' Local Chief Brings Russians Closer to the Sun

Mefail Deribas runs a business that helps millions to escape to the sunny beaches of Russia's most popular tourist destination: Turkey.

Bear Roams Streets in Siberia

The Moscow Times
A bear ran amok in the streets of the Siberian city of Nizhnevartovsk on Monday, confirming what every foreigner already knew about Russia.

Number of Foreign Tourists Up 9%

The Moscow Times
The number of foreign tourists coming to Russia in the first four months of 2013 is up 9 percent on the previous year, Interfax reported Monday.

All-Russia People's Front Seen as Vehicle to Polish Kremlin's Image

President Vladimir Putin is expected to take the reins of the All-Russia People's Front on Tuesday at the organization's founding congress in a move some experts say is aimed at distancing himself from United Russia.

PIK Group Seeks to Raise $330M in Share Offering

The Moscow Times
PIK Group, one of Russia's largest home-builders, plans to raise $330 million in a secondary share offering, Vedomosti reported Monday, citing the company.

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