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Gazprom accuses Ukraine of ‘blackmail’ on gas transit

Russia state gas monopoly Gazprom has accused Ukraine of "blackmail," saying it had threatened to confiscate gas en route to delivery to Europe.

Russia halves Ukraine supplies as gas war looms

Russia and Ukraine slid towards a new gas war on Tuesday as Moscow slashed supplies to the ex-Soviet republic by 50% and Ukraine's state gas company said it may cut deliveries to Europe. Russian gas monopoly Gazprom was to cut supplies to 50% of their normal level on Tuesday at 5pm GMT, doubling a 25% cut already in force since Monday.

Doubts cast over Medvedev’s landslide triumph

The West cast doubt on Russia's presidential election on Monday after Dmitry Medvedev won a landslide victory and vowed to follow the course set by outgoing leader Vladimir Putin. Near complete results gave Medvedev 70,2% of Sunday's vote, crushing his nearest rival, Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov, who won 17,8%.

Kremlin candidate stops campaigning … to campaign

Russian First Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, whose victory in Sunday's presidential election is all but assured, on Wednesday took a day out from his unofficial campaign ... in order to campaign. National television showed Medvedev responding to the audience's queries about pensions and salaries.

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