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'Russian Facebook' accepts founder's resignation

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Russia's top social network said Monday it had accepted the resignation of its founder, Pavel Durov, after he announced earlier this month he was leaving and then apparently changed his mind. 

A view of the building where the social network VKontakte (In Touch) rents an office space, in St. Petersburg, Russia, on November 1, 2013

On March 21 Durov told the company, VKontakte, he was resigning and did not formally withdraw his resignation, the firm's press service was quoted as saying by the Interfax news agency.

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