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PM Yanukovych proposes merging Ukrainian, Russian energy assets
Ukraine's prime minister proposed Thursday merging his country's energy assets with those of Russia on a parity basis, after the Russian leader said Ukraine could be granted access to Russia's oil and gas fields.
Wrap: Putin discusses 'gas OPEC' idea, lower energy transit dependence
174 militants killed in North Caucasus in 2006
A total of 174 militants were killed last year in the North Caucasus, and 1,171 were detained, a deputy Russian interior minister said Thursday.
Wrap: Putin's press marathon spotlights U.S. missile shield plans, NPT
President Vladimir Putin's annual encounter with Russian and foreign journalists in the Kremlin Thursday highlighted Moscow's security concerns, tensions with post-Soviet neighbors, and nuclear non-proliferation issues.
Yellow snow triggers environmental alert in Siberia-1
S&P assigns BB- rating to Comstar UTS, positive outlook
Russia's Stabilization Fund grows 12.8% in January
Russia's Stabilization Fund as of February 1, 2007, was 2.647 trillion rubles ($99.7 billion), up 12.8%, month-on-month, the Finance Ministry said Thursday.
Russia says six-party ministerial talks on N. Korea possible
A Russian deputy foreign minister said Thursday that six-nation negotiations on North Korea's nuclear program could be held at the ministerial level at some point in the future.
Peaceful Iran nuclear program can be guaranteed - Putin
Russia's president said Thursday there are ways of ensuring Iran's right to develop civilian nuclear power, while eliminating international concerns on the issue.
Choice of Shtokman project partners Gazprom's prerogative -Putin
Russia will respond effectively to U.S. missile defense in EU
Russia will develop an effective response to United States plans to deploy missile defense systems in Poland and the Czech Republic, President Vladimir Putin said Thursday.
Russia may rebury WWII heroes if Estonia destroys memorials
Russia to consider idea of international 'gas OPEC'
Russia will consider Iran's proposal to set up an organization similar to OPEC to ensure reliable and uninterrupted gas deliveries to consumers, President Vladimir Putin said Thursday.
Bulgaria, Greece may lose chance to be transit countries - Putin
Tatneft market capitalization grew 33% to $10 bln in 2006
Uranium enrichment centers to dispose of nuclear waste - Putin
Russia to continue work on Union State with Belarus - Putin
Russia's president reaffirmed Thursday that Russia will continue to form a Union State with neighboring Belarus, despite the recent oil and gas standoff.
Putin against direct presidential rule in Russian regions
Govn't not to interfere with work of public organizations - Putin-1
Russia may give Ukraine access to its oil and gas fields - Putin
UK Police Investigates Five Pedophile Rings Involving Officials: Reports
Police Killer Told Passers-by to Watch, Follow Him on Instagram: NYPD
Tenth Russian Humanitarian Aid Convoy Returns From Donbas: EMERCOM
WikiLeaks Releases Classified CIA Agents Tips on Infiltrating EU, Schengen
Belarus to Earn $455 Mio on 30% Currency Trade Fee: Deputy Finance Minister
Stratfor: Ukraine Coup Plotted by US Over Russian Stance on Syria
Canada Imposes New Sanctions Against Russia: Prime Minister
Russia to Prepare Response to Recent US, Canada Sanctions: Foreign Ministry
Russia Reserves Adequate Response to Ukraine Freedom Support Act: Official
Russian Citizen Faces Death Penalty in Pakistan Without Evidence of Crime
A Look Back at the Best Instagram Pictures of 2014
Obama Congratulates Jews on Hanukkah and Says American Released From Cuban Prison
What Europeans Think About EU Foreign Policy