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Russia's chief military prosecutor says corrupt officials and general steal one-fifth of Russia's defense budget every year.
An appeal hearing in the case of jailed oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky begins in a Moscow court.
Russian tech darling Yandex begins trading on NASDAQ today after an IPO that raised a more-than-expected $1.3 billion
Libyan rebel representatives fly to Moscow for talks with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, less than one week after he hosted talks with Libya's government. Is Moscow angling for a cease-fire?
The Federation Fund, which duped dozens of Hollywood stars into supporting a fake cancer charity, reappears with a performance at the Bolshoi Theatre.
Episode #579 in Who Will Be Russia's Next President? Pundits begin to cast their votes.
Banking and media tycoon Alexander Lebedev joins Putin's Popular Front, despite building a reputation as an independent-minded outsider.
Russia's FSB says an Israeli diplomat expelled last week was seeking classified information on Russian arms sales to Arab countries.
Your humble correspondent falls for a spoof saying Charlie Sheen is coming to Russia to tout good health at Nashi's annual summer camp. You know, it's not that hard to believe.
Sergei Mironov, head of Russia's upper house of parliament, the Federation Council, is dismissed as election games continue.
Russia's press corps fails to impress as the country's genteel president, Dmitry Medvedev, holds his first press conference.
Russian President Medvedev did not announce whether or not he would run again.
Rebel website publishes alleged interview with Doku Umarov, the head of Russia's Islamist rebel movement.
A judge delays an appeal lodged by Mikhail Khodorkovsky to overturn his conviction on charges of money laundering and embezzlement.
A French report says the international footballers who played an exhibition match in Chechnya last week got paid -- and paid BIG.
Representatives of Moammar Gaddafi's government head to Moscow on Tuesday, as Moscow calls for political negotiations. And: remembering Saif's last visit.
Mikhail Prokhorov, the billionaire owner of the NJ Nets, bids to head a minor Russian political party. Will the Kremlin be okay with it?
The Public Chamber asks the Prosecutor General's office to overturn a ruling deeming the anti-Semitic Protocols of the Elders of Zion "politically and historically educational."
Report on human rights cites situation in Chechnya, clampdown on protest.
Ramzan Kadyrov beats Maradona, Figo, et al. 5-2 in gleaming new Akhmat Arena.