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LATEST NEWS

'GAY IS NORMAL' SIGNS GET DEMONSTRATORS ARRESTED IN ST. PETERSBURG

Two gay rights demonstrators were detained by police in St. Petersburg on Thursday in what could be the first case resulting from the recently passed city law banning so-called gay propaganda.

Alexei Kiselyov and Kirill Nepomnyashy were arrested outside the Palace of Youth Creativity holding signs bearing the words, "Gay is normal," police told Interfax. Police said the pair was conducting so-called one-man pickets which do not require City Hall approval meaning that they were not standing together or yelling slogans.

 

JOURNALIST FROM OPPOSITION PAPER BRUTALLY BEATEN

Novaya Gazeta journalist Elena Milashina was brutally beaten near her home on the outskirts of Moscow just after midnight early Thursday, the journalist said on Facebook.

Gasoline Prices Could Jump 18%

The price for gasoline could jump seven to 18 percent in the near future or fuel shortages could arise, Gazprom Neft CEO Alexander Dyukov warned, Vedomosti reported Thursday.

Russia needs "unambiguous price adjustments" on oil products that he said are far below international market prices. If prices remain unchanged, it will flush the domestic market, and increased seasonal demand in April and May could leave Russia facing a shortage.


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LOCAL NEWS

WORKERS STUMBLE UPON TREASURE STASH IN MANSION

Construction workers in St. Petersburg hit it big last week, stumbling upon an impressive collection of treasure believed to be the property of one of Russias most famous noble dynasties, the Naryshkins.

The treasure, hidden in a small secret room in an old mansion, comprised more than 1,000 precious items including Russian and European silver dinner sets, jewelry and military awards, the Intarsia construction company press service said. It was the companys workers who found the treasure while restoring the Trubetskoi-Naryshkin mansion on Ulitsa Chaikovskogo in the city center.

Silver travel sets, mirrors and brushes in silver frames, French knives with pearl and porcelain handles and other porcelain objects were among the pieces found.

All of the objects were wrapped carefully in newspapers dated from March, June and September of 1917 the eve of the Bolshevik revolution that took place in October. All of the pieces were in excellent condition as they had been wrapped in cloths soaked in vinegar, whose scent still remained, in order to better preserve the collection, the press service reported.

Thetreasure tale touches ontwo ofRussias most renowned andromantic figures: Peter theGreat andAlexander Pushkin.

 

UP, UP AND AWAY

ALEXANDER BELENKY / SPT
Petersburgers release a sky lantern during Earth Hour, an ecology event encouraging people and businesses to turn off lights in order to raise awareness about climate change, from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on March 31. Lights in the Winter Palace and on Palace Square were also turned off.

WOMAN PROTESTS SENTENCE WITH HUNGER

A Yabloko Democratic Party member went on dry hunger strike Monday after being sentenced to 10 days in prison for taking part in a Strategy 31 demo on Saturday.

Maria Kozhevatova, who was holding an anti-Putin poster, was detained at the unauthorized demo in defense of freedom of assembly. Strategy 31 demos have been held regularly in St. Petersburg since January 2010.

DINAMO MOSCOW DEFEATS SKA IN CONFERENCE FINALS

Mikhail Anisin scored a hat-trick as Dinamo Moscow cruised to a 6-1 win and a four-game sweep of SKA St. Petersburg in the Kontinental Hockey League Western Conference finals at Luzhniki stadium in Moscow on Tuesday night.

Dinamo scored early in first period and tallied two short-handed goals in the only game of the series that they dominated.

 

BOSSES AND STUDENTS TOP MOST LIKELY TO LAUGH LIST

Laughter can sometimes seem to be a rare phenomenon in Russia. Most of those who can be caught laughing are students and bosses, while pensioners and people with low incomes crack a smile much less often.

FASHION TAKES CITY BY STORM

Acclaimed U.S. fashion designer Thom Browne, who was named Designer of the Year 2008 by GQ Magazine and the Most Influential Designer of Mens Fashion by Global Fashion Awards in 2010 is the headliner of the upcoming Avrora Fashion Week that kicks off on April 9 at the Manezh Central Exhibition hall.

 

IN BRIEF

City to Get Euro Card

ST. PETERSBURG (SPT) The European Cities Marketing Association (ECM) and St. Petersburg City Hall signed an agreement last week giving the city the opportunity to join the list of cities where a universal ECM City Card will be used.


 

NATIONAL NEWS

MARKET FIRE KILLS 17 FOREIGN WORKERS

MOSCOW A blaze Tuesday at a Moscow market killed 17 migrant workers who were unable to escape from the metal shed where they were sleeping, the city fire department said.

All were citizens of former Soviet nations in Central Asia, spokesman Sergei Vlasov said.

 

PARENTS CHARGED IN MISSING CHILD CASE

MOSCOW Thefather ofa toddler inBryansk has admitted tokilling thechild andstaging her abduction, investigators said.

Theannouncement brings atragic conclusion toa case that commanded national attention anddrew thousands ofvolunteers tohelp inthe search.

CITIZENS ELECT UNDERDOG AS YAROSLAVL MAYOR

MOSCOW Yaroslavl has pumped new life intothe opposition movement, as theestablishment candidate formayor was trounced ina runoff election this weekend.

Yevgeny Urlashov, aformer municipal deputy inthe historic city of600,000, defeated tycoon Yakov Yakushev, owner ofa paint company, inSundays voting.

 

COMPANY PLANS TO SELL JOSEPH STALIN NOTEBOOKS TO CHILDREN

MOSCOW Acompany that produces childrens notebooks with pictures ofSoviet leader Joseph Stalin onthe cover has refused towithdraw them despite harsh criticism frommembers ofthe Public Chamber, RIA-Novosti reported Monday.

PLANE CRASHES IN SIBERIA KILLING 31 12 SURVIVE

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MOSCOW A French-made plane operated by UTair crashed minutes after takeoff in Siberia on Monday morning, killing 31 people aboard but miraculously leaving 12 survivors, officials said.

The turbo-prop ATR-72 took off from Tyumens Roshchino Airport around 5:33 a.

 

U.S. SUSPECTS MCFAULS ACCOUNTS BEING HACKED

MOSCOW The Obama administration has complained to Russia about the harassment of its outspoken ambassador, who has confronted television news crews and taken to social media to raise suspicions that his cell phone and e-mail were being hacked.

AN OUTRAGED PUBLIC REACTS TO POLICE TORTURE CASES

MOSCOW Russias top investigative agency filed new charges last week against police officers accused of torturing detainees amid growing public outrage over police brutality.

The Investigative Committee said it had charged four officers in the Siberian city of Novokuznetsk in the torture death of a detainee.

 

TYMOSHENKO TO BE TREATED OUT OF JAIL

KIEV, Ukraine Jailed former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko will be allowed to leave prison to be treated for a back condition at a Ukrainian hospital, prosecutors said Monday as the government appeared to bow to Western pressure.

18-YEAR-OLD UKRAINIAN DIES AFTER BEING RAPED, BURNED

KIEV, Ukraine An 18-year-old Ukranian woman died last week, two weeks after her grisly rape set off protests across the country against corruption and favoritism toward the wealthy.

Prosecutors said Oksana Makar was raped by three young men on March 9 in the southern city of Mykolaiv.

 

RED SQUARE CLOSED FOR REPAIRS, BLOCKING OPPOSITION FLASHMOB

MOSCOW A flashmob planned on Red Square by an opposition group was blocked Sunday as police closed Red Square for repairs, Gazeta.ru reported.

The event, called White Square, urged participants to make Red Square white by walking around wearing white ribbons, a reference to the color that has been used as a symbol for the opposition movement.

675 Fishermen Rescued From Drifting Ice

MOSCOW Russias emergency services rescued 675 fishermen on Sunday from an ice floe that was drifting out to sea in the far east of the country.

None of the rescued ice fishermen required medical treatment, the emergency services on Sakhalin Island said. About half of the 675 fishermen were picked up by helicopters and the others by boat.




 

BUSINESS

AIR CRASH CALLS MINISTERS FUTURE UNDER QUESTION

MOSCOW Minister ofCatastrophe! screams theInternet petition established within hours ofMonday mornings tragedy inTyumen.

There follows alist ofdozens ofdeadly disasters suffered byaircraft, trains andships over theeight-year period since Igor Levitin became transportation minister in2004.

 

GOLDMAN SACHS VIEWS OVERHEATING AS BIG RISK

MOSCOW Themajor risks forRussia inthe near future are likely tocome froman overheated economy, not falling oil prices, as accelerating consumption andlagging output might fuel inflation, Goldman Sachs warned Friday, March 30.

ROSINTER SIGNED AS FIRST MCDS FRANCHISE

MOSCOW Shares inrestaurant group Rosinter surged onthe back ofunconfirmed reports that it has won thefirst-ever franchise torun McDonalds restaurants inRussia.

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TheRBK daily newspaper reported Friday that Rosinter, which runs some ofthe countrys best-known eateries, had landed adeal toopen McDonalds outlets atairports andrailway stations inMoscow andSt.

 

WORLD CUP TO BRING NEARLY 1 MILLION JOBS, $18BLN

MOSCOW The2018 football World Cup will bring Russia nearly 1 million jobs, boost GDP by527 billion rubles ($18 billion) andattract anadditional 95 billion rubles totax coffers, Vedomosti reported Tuesday.


 

OPINION

CRIMINALIZING HOMOSEXUALITY

Russian authorities have begun targeting their wrath athomosexuals.

Abill has been introduced tothe State Duma that would ban information advocating homosexuality that is aimed atminors. Theinitiative was introduced bylawmakers fromNovosibirsk, while similar or harsher laws have already been adopted ina number ofregions.

 

REGIONAL DIMENSIONS: GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION GENIE OUT OF THE BOTTLE

Even themost truncated ofPresident Dmitry Medvedevs recent political reforms have begun tofalter. Legislation loosening theprocedure forregistering political parties was theonly one ofthree bills presented tothe State Duma that has passed so far.


 

CULTURE

SONGS OF FREEDOM

Pussy Riot unexpectedly occupied the spotlight at the Tallinn Music Week, as Estonian president Hendrik Toomas Ilves, who addressed the Baltics largest music industry forum at the Estonian capitals Nordic Hotel Forum on Friday, spoke in support of the musicians. Alleged members of the Moscow feminist punk band were imprisoned last month after performing an anti-Putin punk prayer in a church.

The statement in defense of the women came at the end of a speech given by Ilves devoted to the link between rock and roll and freedom.

 


MICHEL PICCOLI STARS IN THE ITALIAN ART HOUSE FILM WE HAVE A POPE NOW SHOWING AT THE CITYS DOM KINO.

A DIVINE CALLING

Identity crisis as faced by the newly elected Pope is at the heart of a new Italian film now showing at Dom Kino.

Nanni Morettis film Habemus Papam (We Have a Pope!), which had its world premiere at the Cannes International Film Festival, celebrates reflection and poignant humor in a cinematic fable about a man elected to a job burdened with responsibilities that he simply cannot face.

TALK OF THE TOWN

This year, the city has proved that spring really is the time of rebirth. First the Yeliseyevsky store reopened on Nevsky Prospekt in all its former glory and even with a little extra. The store now has a giant pineapple at its center and two dubious mechanical puppets representing the Brothers Yeliseyev, though situated as they are up on the stores interior balcony, they actually bear an uncanny resemblance to Statler and Waldorf the two grumpy old men from The Muppet Show.

 

THE WORDS WORTH: POOR-SPEAKING ROMNEY GETS BAD TRANSLATION

: No. 1 enemy

I am, ingeneral, abig fan ofthe democratic process. Give thecandidates their say, vote em in, or vote em out.

But during theelectoral season which inthe United States is pretty much nonstop these days I start waffling onthe give them their say part ofthe process.

RESURRECTING THE EASTER OF THE PAST

As Orthodox Easter grows nearer, an exhibit that opens Friday at the Peter and Paul Fortress aims to educate visitors on the checkered history of Easter celebrations in St. Petersburg from the 19th through the 21st centuries.

About 500 items, including graphics, cards, photos, billboards, books and applied art will tell visitors about Easter church services, traditional Easter gifts, meals, folk festivals held during the holiday, anti-religious Soviet propaganda and modern Easter celebrations.

 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: ELUSIVE CATS AND BRAWLING PAPARAZZI

Last week, President Dmitry Medvedev attended top-level talks with Barack Obama onnuclear security, andthe world sat up andtook notice when his cat went missing.

THE DISH: Severyanin

Back to Futurism

Named after Ego-Futurist poet Igor Severyanin, this quaint restaurant off Sennaya Ploshchad opened at the end of last year by local restaurateur Eduard Muradyan provides guests with a trip back in time to the early 20th century.

The simple wooden tables and chairs with green velvet seats are reminiscent of something that could be found under layers of dust in a grandparents basement, but nicely complement the overall neutral coloring of the interior.


 

FEATURES

TELEVISION COMPANY OFFERS HOME SECURITY

St. Petersburg Cable Television company (TCT), which operates under brands including Tvoi Internet, Tvoyo TV and Tvoi Telefon, has broadened its range of services by introducing a completely new product home security systems.

According to the companys representatives, Tvoi Umny Dom (Your Intelligent House) is a home monitoring system that informs the owner about any events taking place in the house or apartment when nobody is home.

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The name of the system brings to mind the little-known 1999 film Smart House, where everything inside the so-called house of the future was automatic and controlled by an attractive female robot. TCTs solution is much simpler.

 

SMARTER CITIES ANTICIPATE PROBLEMS

St. Petersburg, Moscow and other Russian cities whose aging water pipes, electric cables and notorious traffic jams have already caused problems for their residents may soon see a breakthrough with their infrastructure issues.

Mobile Internet Is Fastest Growing Telecom Trend

Russia had the highest number of Internet users in Europe by September last year, according to comScore market research company.

The next step following fixed Internet access is for people to be able to get online no matter where they are.

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More and more businessmen need to have constant access to their work e-mail, and more young people are constantly posting on social networks, uploading pictures and video right from the event that theyre at, said Denis Goleshchikhin, head of the northwest department of Yevroset mobile phone retailer.

 

WORLD

TEASED STUDENT OPENS FIRE KILLING 7 IN CALIFORNIA

CALIFORNIA, U.S. A former student expelled from a small Christian university and upset about being teased over his poor English skills went to the school to find a female administrator, then opened fire when she was not there, killing at least seven people, police said Tuesday.

 

COLOMBIA GUERILLAS FREE CAPTIVES

COLOMBIA Colombias main rebel group freed what it says were its last 10 military and police captives, a goodwill gesture that President Juan Manuel Santos praised but called insufficient to merit a peace dialogue.

Bin Laden Relatives Sentenced

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan A Pakistani court sentenced Osama bin Ladens three widows and two of his daughters to 45 days in prison on Monday for illegally living in the country, ordering them to be deported when the sentence ends, their lawyer said.

With credit for time served, the women and several of their other children will leave Pakistan later this month, said lawyer Mohammed Amir Khalil.



 
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