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Abramovich Bought ‘Secret Stakes’ in Chelsea’s Rival Players – BBC
The FinCEN Files revealed that the billionaire's Virgin Islands offshore bought rights to players on rival teams.
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Putin Allies Moved ‘Millions’ in Murky Deals, Massive Leak Says
Oleg Deripaska, Arkady Rotenberg, Alisher Usmanov and Alexei Mordashov are among those named in the investigation.
Investigation: Russian Elites’ Connections to Bulgaria’s Largest ‘Crime Group’
Russian defense figures bought luxury apartments in a Black Sea resort controlled by an outfit named one of the country’s largest crime syndicates.
Russian Deputy Energy Minister Arrested for Alleged Corruption
Anatoly Tikhonov is accused of misusing public funds worth around $7.9 million.
Kremlin Critic Navalny Dissolves Anti-Corruption Foundation After ‘Putin’s Chef’ Lawsuit
The foundation will continue its anti-corruption investigations under a different legal name, Navalny said.
Disappearing Ink Sparks Corruption Allegations Against Moscow Officials
A Moscow lawmaker said officials use disappearing ink to raise prices on contracts and secretly pocket the difference.
Putin’s Inner Circle Corners $30Bln Garbage Reform Market – Report
Russians will reportedly pay $28.7 billion for waste disposal between the next 10 to 15 years.
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Russia Bribed FIFA to Host World Cup, U.S. Says
FIFA officials received millions of dollars to vote for Russia to host the 2018 World Cup, the U.S. Justice Department said.
‘Putin's Chef' Wins $190K Catering Contract for Coronavirus Patients
Yevgeny Prigozhin’s AVK will supply ready meals to the Kommunarka hospital.
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Kremlin Critic Faces Jail for Medvedev Bribery Investigation
Ivan Zhdanov has been indicted for failing to delete a 2017 video implicating then-Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev in illicit property deals.
Russian PM Mishustin and Family Own $45M in Moscow Real Estate – Navalny
The former tax chief's unexpected promotion to high office has led to a series of investigations into his family’s property ownership.
Russian Prosecutor General Chaika to Leave Post
Putin proposed that the Federation Council appoint Igor Krasnov, deputy head of the Investigative Committee as the new prosecutor general.
HAMMER AND SAW
Kremlin Critic Navalny’s Front Door Has Had a Tough Year
Frequent raids on the offices of the Anti-Corruption Foundation have taught the team coping and carpentry skills.
Russian Artist Puts $150,000 Banana to Shame
This plaque from a bench in New York City's Central Park is art as political protest, tabloid journalism and charity all rolled into one.
$43M Jet Linked to Russian Church Leader, Kremlin Officials
The jet was registered with the same offshore that operates jets allegedly flown by the prime minister's wife and a state banker's alleged partner.
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5 Things to Know About Russia’s Alleged Banker-TV Anchor Couple
Alexei Navalny’s latest investigation claims that a state banker showered a television anchor with millions of dollars of gifts.
A Murdered Central Banker’s Warning Changed Everything for SEB
Swedish media claim that about $50 million that moved through SEB can be linked to Russian tax fraud.
St. Petersburg Opposition Leader Fights Sexual Harassment Accusations
Observers say reports in pro-Kremlin media are a smear campaign designed to discredit liberal deputy Boris Vishnevsky.
Russian Billionaire Deripaska Stripped of Cyprus Passport – Politis
Cyprus earlier said it had started a process to strip 26 individuals of citizenship they received under a secretive passports-for-investment scheme.
Russia to Investigate Space Center Fraud After Putin Rebuke
Some $172.45 million allocated to the project had been stolen, the Kremlin's spokesman said.
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