TODAY: MacArthur Foundation exits Russia under pressure; Chubais colleagues flee Russia; Medvedev to lead United Russia again; Russia better off with Greece part of E.U?; Rosneft requests end of Gazprom export monopoly; recession could extend into 2016; single-industry towns in danger.
TODAY: Golubkov charged with commercial bribery; Peskov says ban on foreign bank accounts has led to no resignations; rough economic times ahead, warns U.S. agency; Putin to fly to work; gay pride events organisers to appeal to Moscow court for permission to meet; corruption video seems to encourage vigilantism; Navalny says witness against him was […]
TODAY: Toxicology reports in Magnitsky-related death awaited, Medvedev slams Magnitsky List; new fraud claims against former ministers; HIV cases on the rise; MegaFon IPO at bottom of range; Lukashenko fuels Putin injury rumours. Detectives are still awaiting the results of toxicology tests on 44-year-old Alexander Perepilichnyy, an informant in the Sergei Magnitsky case who was […]
TODAY: Yabloko backs Chirikova for Khimki Mayor; Russia’s rights ombudsman will challenge Pussy Riot sentence; protesters face jail for May 6 action; Chubais focusing on importing R&D; Ukraine asserts energy independence from Russia with Skifska; Novatek edging out Gazprom; LGBT victory for Vkontakte users. The Yabloko party said it would back renowned environmental activist Yevgenia […]