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Navalny to Present an Alternative Program for Moscow

Despite numerous hurdles facing opposition leader Alexei Navalny, including the six criminal cases against him and campaign conditions skewed in favor of the incumbent mayor, Navalny pledged to fiercely campaign his own program at Moscow's mayoral elections on Sept. 8.

FLEX Students Return Energized and Inspired for Change

For Ivan Chesnokov's 18th birthday, his mother and stepfather redecorated his room in floor-to-ceiling posters of a fluttering American flag and the Manhattan skyline. On the wall, they hung a clock whose design was inspired by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the California rock band.

Obama Says Shouldn't Have to Talk to Putin About Snowden

U.S. President Barack Obama said Thursday that he had not yet spoken to Chinese President Xi Jinping or President Vladimir Putin about the U.S. request to extradite former American spy agency contractor Edward Snowden.

Driver Dies in Almaty Gas Truck Explosion (Video)

The Moscow Times
One person died and about 40 were evacuated from their homes after a fuel truck exploded Thursday in the Kazakh city of Almaty.

Legendary Soviet Record Label Goes Online

The state-owned Melodiya label, once the Soviet Union's record monopoly, has started to sell its music collection online, Vedomosti reported Thursday.

Cabinet Scales Back Privatization Plan

The government on Thursday further rolled back its plans to sell state assets.

Gazprom Rejects Ukrainian Accusations

The Moscow Times
Gazprom is surprised at accusations that the company is blocking natural gas supplies from European countries to Ukraine, Interfax reported.

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