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Jennifer Rankin

Grisly death fuels tales of Russian police torture

Apr 05 2012

KAZAN, Russia Albert Zagitov had barely set up his new fruit and vegetable stall at the bustling Volga market in the Russian city of Kazan when he was told by a stranger to pack up and go.

Grisly death fuels tales of Russian police torture

Apr 05 2012

KAZAN, Russia Albert Zagitov had barely set up his new fruit and vegetable stall at the bustling Volga market in the Russian city of Kazan when he was told by a stranger to pack up and go.

Grisly death fuels tales of Russian police torture

Apr 05 2012

KAZAN, Russia Albert Zagitov had barely set up his new fruit and vegetable stall at the bustling Volga market in the Russian city of Kazan when he was told by a stranger to pack up and go.

Reluctant Russia wakes up to energy waste

Mar 20 2012

MOSCOW The world's top oil and gas producer may be watching its energy riches blow away in the wind. Russia, in 2008, was wasting enough energy to power Britain for a whole year.

Reluctant Russia wakes up to energy waste

Mar 20 2012

MOSCOW The world's top oil and gas producer may be watching its energy riches blow away in the wind. Russia, in 2008, was wasting enough energy to power Britain for a whole year.

Reluctant Russia wakes up to energy waste

Mar 20 2012

MOSCOW The world's top oil and gas producer may be watching its energy riches blow away in the wind. Russia, in 2008, was wasting enough energy to power Britain for a whole year.

Russia urges Syria truce, says rebels share blame

Feb 24 2012

MOSCOW Russia called on Friday for an urgent ceasefire in the Syrian city of Homs and urged both the government and "armed groups" to cooperate with humanitarian relief efforts by a U.N. envoy and the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Foes of EU airline CO2 rules agree on tactics

Feb 23 2012

MOSCOW Countries opposed to an EU law forcing the world's airlines to pay for greenhouse gas emissions agreed on a basket of retaliatory measures, adding to a series of threats that have raised the prospect of the globe's first carbon trade war.

Foes of EU airline CO2 rules agree on tactics

Feb 22 2012

MOSCOW Countries opposed to an EU law forcing the world's airlines to pay for greenhouse gas emissions agreed on a basket of retaliatory measures, adding to a series of threats that have raised the prospect of the globe's first carbon trade war.

Foes of EU airline CO2 rules agree on tactics

Feb 22 2012

MOSCOW Countries opposed to an EU law forcing the world's airlines to pay for greenhouse gas emissions agreed on a basket of retaliatory measures, adding to a series of threats that have raised the prospect of the globe's first carbon trade war.

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