18 September 2002 MOSCOW, 18 September (Gazeta.Ru)-Police investigating the kidnapping of the vice-president of Russia’s largest oil company LUKoil, Sergei Kukura, say that the businessman is alive, but looking unwell. In a video recording, he said that his captors are demanding $6 million for his release. Kukura, whose responsibilities include for the company’s finances and […]

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