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Click here to watch some of the most exciting videos watched by Russians, including streetracers trying to catch cops, a flooding washing away a police van, and the education minister cursing his deputy.

The groups summit in South Africa moved forward to set up a new development bank amid rumours that it may soon be called BRICSI.

In its third Trade and investment barriers report, the European Commission has criticized Russia for failing to comply with WTO rules. Click here to find out more about bones of contention.

Click here to read about foreigners' first impressions of Sochi ahead of the 2014 Winter Olympics. What do athletes actually think about the tracks?

Russia-IC brings you the most exciting videos from Russia over the past month - a meteorite crash and a girl driving her father's Audi.

"If Depardieu loves Russia so much, and Russia loves him so much, then it is explicable". Such is the verdict of the French President on the French actor's emigration to Russia.

With a year to go till the start of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, the international media have been descending on the host city to check out the scale of the construction and the role of the upcoming event for Russia.

Millionaire Sergey Polonsky is having a hard time in a Cambodia jail, a striking difference to what the former owner of Mirax has been used to.

The biggest talk of the town over the past two-three weeks concerning Russia was the so called Dima Yakovlev law, a retaliatory response to the US Magnitsky Act.

While Russian corporations and individual volunteers are buying gifts and stationary items for orphanages and visiting those in need, the Russian parliament has come up with a Christmas gift of their own.

The move by Finnish socials services which took away four children from a Russian mother will be assessed by the European Court of Human Rights, says Pavel Astakhov, Russia's human rights commissioner.

Click if you want to know what the world experts thinks of the peace deal brokered by Abramovich, who were their legal advisors and why Norilsk Nickel is so important.

Uzbekistan softened its grip on MTS' unit but the fines it slapped to replace confiscation may still be too high for Russia's mobile operator to carry on, given the loss of the customer base and what some have called a continuing expropriation drive in the Central Asian republic.

You can find the latest and the background of the ex-ministers downfall in almost any international newspaper the UKs Guardian or the U.S.s Washington Post. The affair has been covered extensively due to the high position and the support Anatoly Serdyukov had for five years.

The news of the possible purchase of the Russian oil company TNK-BP by state-controlled Rosneft made a splash in the media on Thursday and will surely send more ripples as analysts digest the rumours and as more details will be coming out.

The Pussy Riot story continues to make headlines in news outlets around the globe, with one of the bandmates released after the court suspended her two-year sentence in appeal hearing.

Partnership for Modernization has helped to push Russia's relations with its biggest trade partner forward, thanks to regular work of dialogue groups on the areas which have huge potential for growth but are still riddled with issues.

While some news outlets portray Russia as a massive octopus whose tentacles are stretching out to grab any useful secrets, others keep balance avoiding Cold War and James Bond cliches.

Russian MPs are considering a bill that would make insulting religious beliefs a criminal offence. Russia-IC looks at what the international media has to say on this issue.

Containing nearly a hundred poems from over a hundred authors from different countries, an anthology Catechism: Poems for Pussy Riot has just been e-published by Mark Burnhope, Sarah Crewe and Sophie Mayor, with support from English PEN. The contributions celebrate the Russian prisoners of conscience and vary in style, form, and subject.

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