Police say unauthorized action in Moscow involved 30 people
Russian opposition holds 'Day of Dissent'
Russian Cops Quiz Anti-Putin Protesters
St. Petersburg "dissenters" hand anti-crisis demands to authorities
Russian Agency May Monitor Officials’ Finances, Kommersant Says
Surprise Pick for Agriculture Minister - President Dmitry Medvedev appointed Yelena Skrynnik, the little-known head of equipment leasing company Rosagroleasing, as agriculture minister Thursday in a surprise decision praised by industry insiders.
Russia’s FSB 2008 report issued; 104 terrorist attacks foiled last year
Hotwired Justice - The European Court of Human Rights yesterday delivered a landmark ruling in a case brought by a Russian against the FSB’s handling of an investigation. The court’s finding – that the investigative methods used jeopardized Anatoly Bykov’s right to a fair trial – will have implications for law enforcement agencies beyond Russia. But it is just one of many Russian cases that the Strasbourg court is inundated with.
National Economic Trends
Russian monetary base up $728 mln in week to $106.9 bln
MOSCOW BLOG: Russia stabilises but banks remain the danger - Investors into Russian equities were starting to breath again by the start of March as the fear of a complete meltdown began to recede. The news in general wasn't good, but at least it wasn't appalling either. Russia's economy is stabilising, but the banking sector could still buckle and bring the economy to its knees.
Novatek Operational Update Leads Us To Lift 4Q08 Ebitda Estimate
Gazprom Considers Investing in Japan Power Utilities (Update1)
Gazprom to carry out explorations at 4 Uzbek blocks by end-2010
GAZPROM: Is it Time to Hit the Reset Button?
On meeting of Gazprom’s Central Subsurface Use Commission - The meeting considered the issues of obtaining the rights to use the subsurface resources of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug and the Okhotsk Sea offshore areas.
Taqa May Spend up to $4 Billion on Takeovers in 2009 (Correct) - The company also plans to invest 600 million euros ($769 million) with OAO Gazprom, Russia’s natural-gas exporter, in their Bergermeer Dutch gas storage project.
Zenit St Petersburg will have to cut their budget by 10 percent this year, according to the club's owner, Russian energy giant Gazprom.