Litvinenko inquest may be abandoned
The inquest into the death of former KGB spy Aleksandr Litvinenko is on the verge of falling apart after a judge ruled he couldn't hear evidence connected with the alleged involvement of the Russian state to the killing on grounds of "national security".
Americans thump Russia in world hockey quarterfinals
Paul Stastny scored twice and added a pair of assists to lift the United States to an 8-3 rout of Russia in the quarterfinals of the 2013 World Hockey Championship.
Zuma, Putin To Discuss Regional, Global Issues
President Jacob Zuma arrived in Sochi, Russia, on Wednesday for a working visit to review bilateral relations and exchange views on critical regional and global issues with President Vladimir Putin.
Russian Pacific Fleet Enters Mediterranean For First Time Since The Cold War
Russia's national rail operator increasingly utilizing bio-fuel
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Russia in Context : Between a Rock and a Hard Plac
Written on Tuesday, 19 March 2013 14:01 in Chris Weafer's Investor Notes
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Russia gets new $100 Bill in Honor of Olympics
100 days before the start of the Olympics in Sochi, that is, in October 2013, Russia will issue a new commemorative hundred-ruble banknote. The vertically oriented blue bill will be feature a flying snowboarder,said the first deputy chairman of the Bank of Russia Georgy Luntovsky.
Written on Wednesday, 15 May 2013 04:58 in Banking & Finance
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