EU again delays Greek bailout loan tranche
Wednesday, 21 November 2012 06:34
(AFP Photo / Andreas Solaro)

(AFP Photo / Andreas Solaro)

Eurozone finance ministers have failed to reach a deal to loan Greece another bailout tranche of 31.5 billion euro in financial aid.

­After 12 hours of heated debate beginning on Tuesday with the International Monetary Fund over how to reduce Greece’s public debt, EU finance ministers said they needed more time for “f...

Market Buzz: Pinning hopes on the US
Wednesday, 21 November 2012 04:46

Russian equities are expected to trade higher Wednesday as investors mull comments by US Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke and eye US jobs and housing data.

Russian stocks traded mixed Wednesday, with the MICEX shedding 0.1% and the RTS rising 0.3%.

European markets erased early losses and closed higher on Tuesday after reports that a ceasefire...

Year of Russia in Germany, Germany in Russia
Tuesday, 20 November 2012 22:39
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by Olivia Kroth

After the high and mighty talks about "human rights" records found wanting in Russia, the German delegation finally got their act together, remembered why they had come to Moscow in the first place, sat down to talk business with their Russian partners.  They put the lid on the pot by signing ...

Pussy Riot row erupts over legal team following interview with freed member
Tuesday, 20 November 2012 17:44

Yekaterina Samutsevich claims original lawyers cared more about fame than clients, leading to trade of accusations

A row has erupted around the jailed punk band Pussy Riot, with the group's members and supporters trading accusations of theft, lies and Kremlin collaboration with their lawyers.

Bad blood has been simmering between the women and their...

Boris Strugatsky: Russia mourns death of sci-fi writer – even Vladimir Putin
Tuesday, 20 November 2012 17:06

Russian president pays tribute to author critical of totalitarianism of Soviet system and growing authoritarianism since 2000

Vladimir Putin and Russia's liberal opposition who accuse him of growing authoritarianism have came together to mourn the death of Boris Strugatsky, a science fiction author famous for novels critical of the totalitarian...

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