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The owner of Chelsea football club Roman Abramovich is set to play a crucial role in a bitter dispute between two oligarchs over the ownership of a stake in the world's largest aluminium company.
German authorities have settled money-laundering charges against four banking officials, closing a high-profile corruption investigation that had implicated a former Russian government minister, but that Russian authorities said had failed to show that any Russian laws were broken.
Spain has extradited to Russia an alleged organized crime boss who has been linked to 27 murders and implicated in seven attempted murders.
Russia's election was unfair and clearly in favour of one candidate according to the Organisation for Security and Cooperation (OSCE), the Irish Times reports.
Russia takes steps to eliminate match-fixing and illegal betting on football games ahead of the 2018 World Cup.
Lax laws and poor enforcement make Russia a popular source for people forced into slave labor and prostitution, a leading international expert on human trafficking said Tuesday.
A former police officer was formally indicted today for the murder of Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya. However, he denies any involvement in the crime, and has refused to testify in court.
Russian investigators marked the 5th anniversary of journalist Anna Politkovskaya’s killing on Friday by filing new charges against suspects involved in the slaying, but they have remained silent about who might have ordered her murder.
First Deputy Prime Minister Viktor Zubkov will remain chairman of the country's biggest company, Gazprom, a Kremlin aide said Monday, in the midst of confusion about the position that sprouted from the Kremlin push to purge state companies of top government officials
According to a Russian joke, popular nowadays in the community of football fans, fixed matches are like UFOs -- everyone talks about them, but no one has ever seen one