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Smirnov Stormed In Vodka Dispute

A long-simmering feud over the most famous name in Russian vodka escalated into violence over the weekend.

Putin Forms Arms Sales Powerhouse

President Vladimir Putin has sacked the heads of two arms exporters and merged their firms in a shuffle that observers warned will cost the country of millions of dollars.

Cold Can't Keep Communists Down

It may have been cold and windy, but it was still no excuse not to celebrate the Russian Revolution.

Reconciliation Comes When We Face the Past

A national Day of Reconciliation and Accord seems like a good idea, but the idea is off to a bad start.

Abramovich Aims to Eliminate Middleman

It's clear why Roman Abramovich ran for the Duma from Chuktoka, but why does he want to be governor?

School Trip Finds Ancient Remains

A summer school trip in the Leningrad region may have found evidence of a 4,000-year-old civilization that occuppied three islands in the Vuoksa River.

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