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Abyzov Today, Medvedev Tomorrow?
Ex-minister Mikhail Abyzov’s shock arrest is undoubtedly a tragic event in the political life of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Russia Ready To Take Part in Bulgaria's Belene Nuclear Power Plant, Medvedev Says
"We have the opportunity to implement this project, no less than other countries," Medvedev says.
Most Russians Support Cabinet Resignation – Poll
Approval ratings of government figures including President Vladimir Putin have slipped since the authorities announced an increase in the pension age last...
Medvedev: Pension Reform Was Hardest Decision of the Past Decade
The reform sparked mass dissatisfaction and protests across the country, leading to a drop in the approval ratings of the ruling party.
Medvedev Confirmed as Russian Prime Minister in Parliament Vote
President Vladimir Putin had put forward Medvedev to be prime minister and asked lawmakers to support his nominee.
Medvedev Estimates Putin’s First Decree Will Cost $125Bln by 2024, Media Reports
Putin set goals of halving poverty and transforming Russia into one of the five largest economies in the world.
Your Guide to Medvedev’s New Cabinet
Who’s in and who's out of Russia's new government after Putin's inauguration.
Who Is Dmitry Medvedev, Russia's Permanent Prime Minister?
Medvedev likes to swim every day and train with weights. He is a keen amateur photographer.
Putin Nominates Medvedev for Prime Minister
Putin was sworn in for a fourth term as president on Monday.
Russia's Medvedev Says He Backs Criminalizing Observance of U.S. Sanctions
Washington imposed sweeping sanctions on some of Russia's biggest companies and businessmen in early April.
Russian Professor Fired For Salary Complaints Reinstated After Public Outcry
Following a public outcry and media attention, Medvedev instructed the education minister and governor of the region to reevaluate the professor’s dismissal...
Russian Professor Fired After Complaining to Prime Minister About Low Pay
Makarenko asked Medvedev why the wages of teachers had not been adjusted for inflation since 2012.
Russian Environmentalist’s Beating Tied to Medvedev’s Alleged Mansion
Rudomakha was brutally beaten in late December after investigating the mansion.
Russians Banned From Throwing Cigarette Butts Out of Cars
More than 5,200 people died in fires in Russia last year.
Maybe Russia Will Completely Change in 2018 (Op-ed)
Reflections, rumours and predictions for the new year
Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation in Top Yandex Search Terms of 2017
The Foundation’s activities appeared fifth in the “top 10 events in Russia and the world” category
Russia's PM Medvedev Says U.S.-Russia Relations ‘Worst in Memory’
“They are very bad,” Medvedev said. “I would say appalling."
How Russian Prime Minister Medvedev Dodged a Question About Navalny on State TV
“I have nothing to add,” Medvedev said during his annual sit-down with journalists
Medvedev Could Be Replaced by Sobyanin or Nabiullina, Bloomberg Says
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev could be sidelined by at least one of his cabinet members after next year’s election
Navalny's Anti-Corruption Fund Edits Video After Usmanov Libel Suit
Alexei Navalny's Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK) has complied with a court order and removed a video alleging a corruption scheme among high-ranking officials...
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