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Privatization to Enter 'Round Three'

After a decade of selling state assets the government has decided to change its privatization scheme.

Firemen: We Had To Wait For Putin

Firemen had to wait three hours before getting authorization to cut Ostankino's power supply.

Russia to Introduce Visas for CIS Travelers

Russia intends to withdraw from a 1992 treaty that allows visa-free travel between most CIS countries.

Reform Military to Cure Nation's Cancer

The nation is finally ceding its desire to see itself as a superpower.

Drowning Reality of Kursk

The attitude of the authorities to the sinking of the Kursk was very Soviet: They withheld information.

U.S. Divers End Probe Of Estonia

U.S. divers on Tuesday ended a controversial investigation into the 1994 sinking of the ferry Estonia.

School Demystifies Local Business Habits

Rude service, vague signs, and surly counter workers are part of Russia's rough-hewn style of business.

U.S. Reopens Nuclear Labs to Foreign Scientists

Scientists from Russia will soon resume normal ties with U.S. nuclear weapons research labs.

Ukraine Denies Rocket Fuel Poisoned Villages

Ukraine denied an illness that affected hundreds of people was caused by leaks of Soviet-era rocket fuel.

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