2 hrs ago
M&A: JSC Russian Railways Logistics sells equity stake in Vanino Port
JSC Russian Railways Logistics withdrew from PJSC Vanino Port, the port informed.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Yesterday in Brief for December 3, 2013
The dollar is unchanged and the euro is edging up against the ruble in early trading on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange Tuesday.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Summary from Alliance Oil's Special General Meeting and application to delist the SDRs
The Special General Meeting resolved to approve Alliance Group's acquisition of Alliance Oil Company by way of amalgamation.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
S7 Airlines launches new flights from Khabarovsk
S7 Airlines, member of oneworld alliance, will start performing flights from Khabarovsk to Irkutsk, Magadan and Yakutsk in the network of summer schedule 2014, the carrier's press-service reports.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
The St. Petersburg Times
Far East Railroad Aims to Develop Deserted Frontiers
There are few places where Russia's sheer size and its disputed role of a bridge between East and West can be felt stronger than along the Baikal Amur Mainline, but perhaps even fewer places exhibit such isolation and detachment from the rest of the country.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Putin Gambles on Gazprom Purge as Russian Recession Threat Haunts Legacy
Vladimir Putin wasn't having a great day. The Russian president had spent the August morning in a helicopter over Khabarovsk, near the Chinese border, surveying flood damage that had left tens of thousands of people homeless.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Moldova and the EU: On a long road to nowhere?
It is poised to move closer to the Union at an EU summit with six post-Soviet states in Vilnius next week.
Russia through the Peanut Hole
"Little peanut sittin' on a railroad track, his heart was all a-flutter! Along came a choo-choo train: Toot! Toot! Peanut butter!" You may have heard about Russia's land grab in the Arctic, where the already enormous and unwieldy nation seeks dominion over natural gas and oil reserves to the exclusion of other countries.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Equating gays with serial killers, Russia investigates first gay "propaganda" case
Russia's media oversight agency aims to take a newspaper to court over an article about a homosexual teacher in what appears to be the first case prepared against a publication under the country's law on gay "propaganda."
Fri Nov 15, 2013
'Ali Baba's cave': UN declares Russian sovereignty over resource-rich Sea of Okhotsk enclave
A UN subcommittee has agreed with arguments presented by Russia and has tentatively declared that 52,000 square kilometers of the Sea of Okhotsk, which borders Japan, is part of the country's continental shelf, according to the Russian government.
The York Daily Record
Russian newspaper may face gay-propaganda case
Russia's media oversight agency aims to take a newspaper to court over an article about a homosexual teacher in what appears to be the first case prepared against a publication under the country's law on gay propaganda.
Alliance Oil schedules conference call to review 3Q13 results
Alliance Oil Company Ltd will publish the interim report for the third quarter and nine months of 2013 on Thursday November 21, 2013 at approximately 7:30 CET.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Russian Newspaper Accused of Violating 'Homosexual Propaganda' Law
Officials from a newspaper in Russia have come under fire for allegedly breaking the country's highly controversial "homosexual propaganda" law, the British newspaper the Guardian reports.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Gov't welcomes PAL decision on regular flights to Russia
THE Department of Tourism said the government welcomed the decision of the Philippine Airlines to run regular charter flights every 12 days from Vladivostok and the Russian fareast region to the prime tourist destinations in the country, including Cebu and Bohol.
Sun Nov 10, 2013
Russia Beyond the Headlines
Hooligans throwing tomato at Dutch king in Moscow may be arrested for no more than 15 days
The two young people detained outside of the Moscow conservatory on Saturday for throwing a tomato at the king of the Netherland will come off with civil punishment, a source in law enforcement told Interfax.
Thu Nov 07, 2013
Russian magazines highlight Northern Marianas
The Northern Mariana Islands are being highlighted by several Russian magazines this season, bringing an estimated $850,000 in ad exposure value to this beach resort destination that has just announced the opening of a representative office in Russia.
SPIMEX, Interfax announce regular publication of oil, oil product quotes
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Wed Nov 06, 2013
Will Japan make Russia give Kuril islands away?
A meeting of Russian and Japanese defense ministers and diplomats was held in Tokyo.