Russia may consider allowing Chinese investors more than 50 percent stakes in its strategic oil and gas fields, underlining Moscow's need for foreign help to develop energy reserves.
The coffinmaker was hard at work when the accident happened. His circular saw suddenly got caught up in his trousers, and the man and the five bits of himself he'd just cut off were soon speeding their way to the hospital.
It wasn't easy to buy a car in the Soviet Union. Usually, the first thing to do was to sign up on a decade-long waiting list to register your interest in owning a vehicle.
The hunger-striking Ukrainian pilot jailed in Russia could die within days, a member of the Kremlin's human rights council said Friday.
The gunmen lined up about 20 pale-looking prisoners in two silent rows. The captured Ukrainian soldiers had been brought into the ruins of the airport and ordered to hunt for the dead bodies of their comrades.
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