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The founder of one of Russia's largest grocery chains says that to produce "local" foodstuffs Western goods are often necessary -- a fact that is already leading to at least some backtracking on food sanctions by Russian officials. More
Germany's Angela Merkel heads to Kyiv on August 23. And even while doubts remain about the Kremlin's willingness to make a deal, there's reason to hope a resolution to the Ukraine conflict may finally be at hand. More
Many Muscovites are scratching their heads -- and gritting their teeth -- over a decision by Russia's consumer watchdog to temporarily close at least three McDonald's restaurants in the capital. Among them is the first-ever McDonald's in Moscow, the iconic restaurant on Pushkin Square, which first opened 25 years ago. More
Moscow's ban on food imports isn't just punishing the West for sanctions, it is also punishing Russian consumers with higher prices. We look at how the bans hurt Russians most. More
Mark Paslawsky, a U.S. citizen from New Jersey, has been killed while fighting alongside Ukrainian forces battling pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine. More
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