Russian PM Medvedev gets rough ride amid Putin anger
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Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev each earned almost 5.8 million rubles (about $187,000) in 2012, according to their tax reports posted on the president's and the government's websites on Friday.
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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev defended his government's record in a combative speech to parliament on Wednesday after President Vladimir Putin signaled he may be losing patience with his long-time ally.
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In “It’s No Good,” Kirill Medvedev turns a pitiless lens on intellectual corruption in Russia in the Putin era.
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Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev vowed Friday that if Yekaterinburg wins its bid to host the World Expo 2020, the government guarantees that all the events will be held at a top-notch level, as a delegation from the Bureau of International Expositions (BIE) called its meeting with Medvedev and President Vladimir Putin a “powerful political backing” behind the city’s bid.
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MOSCOW — A campaign of insinuation and insult has targeted Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, and in a country where all power flows from the top downward, his boss, President Vladimir Putin, has done nothing all winter to stop it. Read full article >>
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The 2013 Send a Kid to Camp fund drive kicks off Thursday with an envelope in the Star and a goal of raising $170,000 to send 770 local boys and girls to overnight camp.
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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Deputy Prime Minister Vladislav Surkov, once one of Russia's most influential men, was relieved of his duties on Wednesday in a power struggle between the Kremlin and government, dealing a blow to Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
(16 days ago)
MOSCOW — President Vladimir Putin pledged to stay on the course on a range of key issues, from macroeconomic policy to the battle with corruption and the composition of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev’s Cabinet, during a record-breaking live call-in show broadcast on national television last Thursday.
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More than half of Russians don't want to see President Vladimir Putin stay in office after 2018, according to a new survey. Fifty-five percent of Russians want a completely new president, while 22 percent said they would be satisfied if Putin were re-elected and 8 percent said they would be happy to see Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev return to the Kremlin, according to the...
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