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No Heat in Far East 'a Crying Shame'

As Chubais, Nazdratenko and others were grilled at parliamentary hearings, tens of thousands in the Far East continued to shiver without heat at home or work.

Gazprom Fiber Line Outrages Warsaw

Poland knew Gazprom was building a pipeline across its territory, but it didn't know — and now finds it outrageous — that the pipelines includes a high-capacity fiber-optic cable.

Spirits High as Santa Summoned to Moscow

After hours of delays and false starts, Santa Claus and his Russian counterpart, Ded Moroz, or Grandfather Frost, jingled into Moroz's Moscow residence Wednesday afternoon.

Language Lobby a Lot Of Hot Air

The news that a group of lawmakers has decided to defend the Russian language proves one thing: As the New Year approaches, the State Duma is going a little stir crazy.

The 'Strong Hand' of Anti-Semitism

The question is not why the new governor of the Kursk region, communist Alexander Mikhailov, is an anti-Semite. The question is: Why he has become so vocal about it now?

Is Putin Playing the Liberal?

Despite all the rhetoric, the main question concerning military reform remains unanswered: Against whom will Russia be rearming under Putin's plan?

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