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Vimpelcom, MTS Told to Dump Frequencies

Vimpelcom and MTS said the Communications Ministry ordered them to give up a combined 52 frequencies.

Onako Goes on Auction Block

All eyes are set on the government as it closes the first privitization tender under Vladimir Putin.

Security Policy Stirs Press Freedom Fears

The doctrine on information security signed this week by President Vladimir Putin has the media worried.

Information Security Doctrine Redux

The Kremlin is erecting another leaky wall between the authorities and society.

'Reform' of Military a Sham

The decision to shrink the nation's armed force had nothing to do with the tragedy in the Barents Sea.

Murky World of Spies Gets Portal

Even spies need a who's who guide. The curious can now turn to, to make basic inroads into the murky world of spies.

Court Declares Nikitin a Free Man

After five years of investigations and hearings, the case against naval officer-turned-environmentalist Alexander Nikitin is officially over.

Investigator: Some of Sub Crew Won't Be Found

Ilya Klebanov said he doubted the bodies of all 118 sailors could be safely evacuated from the Kursk.

Death Penalty Lobbied

A parliamentary group has proposed bringing back the death penalty.

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