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NTV's Gusinsky Arrested In Spain

Spanish police arrested Vladimir Gusinsky, who is wanted in Russia on fraud charges, at his home in southern Spain in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

President: Cuba an Ally by Tradition

When President Vladimir Putin walks into Moscow’s vast embassy in Havana this week, the first thing he will see is a portrait of himself hanging on a green velvet case.

Ambivalence as Constitution Turns 7

When it comes to the Constitution, Alik knows his rights have been violated. ""Freedom of movement — isn’t there a paragraph promising us all that?"" the Dagestani muses.

Red Flags Are Merely Uninspiring

The president visits Fidel Castro. His Kremlin gets the Soviet anthem restored, and revives the red flag for use by the armed forces. Is it as back-to-Brezhnev as it sounds?

The Price of Loyalty

Saratov Governor Dmitry Ayatskov is resigning from the Federation Council, and he has decided not to wait until Jan. 1, 2002, when the council is scheduled to be restructured.

'Government' by the Swan, Crab & Pike

Gazprom-Media withdrew its lawsuit against Media-MOST; the government issued an arrest warrant for Vladimir Gusinsky. This is that nature of the ""division of power"" in Russia.

President Says He Will Pardon Pope

President Vladimir Putin has indicated that he would pardon U.S. businessman and former naval intelligence officer Edmond Pope, convicted last week as a spy.

Car Bomb Kills 21 Chechen Civilians

A car bomb exploded Saturday near a mosque in a Chechen village, killing at least 21 civilians in one of the deadliest attacks in the breakaway republic in weeks.

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