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"… ton flagship, the Lafayette, is registered to Investment Company Kredo in Moscow and flies a Russian flag. Kredo — via four other subsidiaries — belong …"

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"… ly Almasry Alyoum  Roman Anin (Russia) investigative reporter for the Moscow-based Novaya GazetaJustin Arenstein (South Africa) investigations editor a …"

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"… on Russia's largest tax fraud, which occurred on Christmas Eve, 2007, when Moscow tax officials approved a same-day refund of $230 million to a gang masquer …"

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"… ightly regulated and difficult to monitor.There are 26 such funds, just in Moscow, with ties to federal security services and law enforcement, according to …"

"… by Oleg Smirnov, Sergey Nesterenko and Oleg Salo, former classmates at the Moscow Military Academy of Strategic Missile Forces. SNS has contracts with Briti …"

"… insurance business and rose to become head of the board of directors of a Moscow bank.Mercury owns Megapolis, which employs 13,000 people and distributes c …"

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"… ts, has uncovered a long list of aggressive industry lobbying tactics from Moscow to Mexico City. Among the items in the industry’s tool kit: political ca …"

"… By 2012 – four years after signing the WHO’s tobacco control pact – Moscow promises it will have new limits on the industry. Getting there, however, …"

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"… ;worth 60 million rubles (more than $2 million) from the Russian military. Moscow-based GR Research & Consulting Center, whose Lobbying.ru site monitors …"

"… of Tobacco Industry, now one of the most powerful industry associations in Moscow. The council is headed by Nadezhda Shkolkina, who takes the idea of a revo …"

"… nefits to smokers.)The industry is exercising its influence beyond Russia. Moscow-based tobacco lobbyists are trying to spread Russian tobacco policies acro …"

Back in the USSR

By Roman Shleynov

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"… om July 1 to 28 along Seliger Lake in central Russia, about 235 miles from Moscow. The camp’s organizer was the official Russian Federal Agency for Y …"

"… offices of Russian newspapers that criticized the Kremlin, as well as the Moscow bureaus of the BBC, Reuters, Associated Press, and CNN.In 2005, Yakemenko …"

"… ng the summer of 2006, Nashi activists protested at the British embassy in Moscow, demanding an apology from then-Ambassador Anthony Brenton for visiting a …"

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"… ity of Asbest, in the Ural Mountains 900 miles (1500 km) northeast of Moscow, the dominance of Russia’s asbestos industry — the world’s largest …"

"… ol Group — established in Germany, with offices in Cape Town, Amman, and Moscow — controlled about seven percent of Uralasbest until 2006. The company w …"

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"… States from the sort of terror attacks that occurred earlier this week on Moscow’s subway system.Clark Kent Ervin, who served as the department’s first …"

"… hat, despite the occasional foreign incidents (London, Madrid, Mumbai, now Moscow again), we’ve not focused nearly as much money and attention on mass tra …"

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"… acks on underground trains in London in 2005. The twin suicide bombings in Moscow.Terrorists have repeatedly made underground transit systems a target of th …"

"… ess threats that have been known for years.The bombings early today of two Moscow commuter trains, killing more than three dozen, may add urgency to a probl …"

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"… 7. In 2004, BTF joined JTI — as well as Philip Morris — in forming the Moscow-based Tobacco Industry Development Council. The industry group’s stated …"

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"… singly harsh responses from Russia; Poland, once a Communist country under Moscow's influence, has gained membership in NATO and the European Union with U.S …"

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"… ($64,871), the Resource Development Council for Alaska Inc. ($36,469), and Moscow International Petroleum Club ($26,651).Although the names of these organiz …"

"… associations, labor unions, Native corporations and local governments."The Moscow International Petroleum Club is a consortium of Russian and multinational …"

"… Club flew two staffers from the office of Sen. Conrad Burns, R.-Mont., to Moscow. The seven day trip was reported as an effort "to promote bilateral oil in …"

The merchant of death

By André Verlöy

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"… ers.Bout, a short, stocky 35-year-old native of Tajikistan, graduated from Moscow's Military Institute of Foreign Languages and reportedly is fluent in six. …"

"… everything about Bout," Chichakli said.On Feb. 28, 2002, Bout surfaced in Moscow to defend himself. Just a few blocks from the Kremlin, he walked into the …"

"… to Washington's Cold War opponent. He was "very well ensconced in downtown Moscow," one source said. "He was so tight with the KGB in the early 1990s that t …"

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"… weapons to the Taliban in Afghanistan – sauntered into the studios of a Moscow radio station a few blocks from the Kremlin to protest his innocence."What …"

"… e than a bad guy, he was an enemy in the war on terrorism. He fled back to Moscow where, although he remains at large, his operation appears to be largely c …"

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"… st international investigative reporting conference I attended was back in Moscow in 1992. And the great journalist Phillip Knightley who has been a working …"

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"… count said that the bank checked with both the CIA and the U.S. Embassy in Moscow and concluded that there was “no evidence to support the allegations” …"

"… ”Reached by telephone, Alexander Tolchinskiy, an officer of Alfa Bank in Moscow, described as “nonsense” the reports that Alfa or its bosses had been …"

"… Russian crime organizations, notably the notorious Solntsevo mob family in Moscow. The Russian-American specialist on business practices in Russia, who has …"

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"… h unsavory characters.Within a few short years, the banks in Latvia and in Moscow failed, in part, according to U.S. intelligence, because of embezzlement a …"

"… d, in part, according to U.S. intelligence, because of embezzlement at the Moscow bank.But Goldstein thrived. Fed up, he says, with corruption in Russia and …"

"… d that Benex’s corporate standing had expired in New Jersey and that its Moscow office was unoccupied. “So we said (to the customers), `We don’t know …"

Wages of war

By Ahmed Rashid

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"… – where the rebel Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan is based – and on to Moscow and the West.Drug addiction has increased along the transit routes. UN off …"

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"… e fed and given their first warning: we have criminal contacts in Kiev and Moscow who will take care of anyone who causes a problem.“We were very intimida …"

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