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Long List of Suspects in Yakunin Hoax

Russian Railways chief Vladimir Yakunin on Thursday attributed rumors of his voluntary resignation to a fight for control over large-scale projects of his company.

Opposition Lawmakers Slam WTO Effect

Opposition lawmakers and businessmen said at a panel Thursday that Russia had lost billions of dollars due to cuts in import tariffs after its accession to the World Trade Organization.

Yak-130 Jets For Syria Waiting for 'Political Decision'

RIA Novosti
Russia has manufactured several Yak-130 combat trainer jets for Syria as part of a deal signed in 2011, but no final decision on delivery has yet been made, an official source said Thursday.

Rosatom Bucking Nuclear Trend to the Tune of $66.5Bln

The Moscow Times
Rosatom chief Sergei Kiriyenko said Thursday that the company is bucking the headwinds in an industry where radiation leaks from a nuclear plant in Japan sparked a disaster in 2011.

Georgia Arrests Torture Suspects in New Swipe at Old Government

Georgian police on Wednesday arrested nine serving and former police and military officers on suspicion of torture, which the interior minister said was a "systemic problem" under the previous government of President Mikheil Saakashvili.

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