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09/19/2000

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Gusinsky Swapped Assets for Liberty

Shortly before charges against Vladimir Gusinsky were dropped, the tycoon agreed to sell Media-MOST.

Prague Braces for Turbulent Meetings

This week's World Bank and IMF annual meetings are expected to draw 10,000 to 20,000 protesters.

Soviet Work Ethic Leads to U.S. Gold

Lenny Krayzelburg's whole tumultuous life flashed before him as he stood on the winner's podium Monday.

When Evolution Fails

Why didn't Soviets develop an ability to walk on ceilings, or, at the very least, on walls?

Hoof It to Nearest Salon for Pleasurable Pedicure

Knowing the basics of the foot lexicon is a must if you're going to treat your toes to a pedicure.

Mysteries of the Odiferous

Unwashed, the human body assumes a fragrance that seems nauseatingly food-like, redolent of — what?

Booze and Brawn Hit the Capital

The bouncer at the Peking Hotel looked bemused as a few dozen men entered the building in full Elvis regalia. Inside, they joined men wearing lederhosen.

Swiss Hand Over Aeroflot Probe Papers

Swiss investigators gave prosecutors over the weekend several boxes of files on criminal cases.

Police Abuse Slammed at Arbat Rally

Human rights activists rallied on the Arbat over the weekend to protest alleged abuse of inmates.

Ivanov Asks Japan to Close Door on Spy Scandal

Igor Ivanov has asked the Japanese to resolve a spy scandal through quiet diplomatic channels.

ORT Trustees Hold First Meeting

Trustees asked by Boris Berezovsky to hold his stake in ORT gathered Monday at their first meeting primed to defend the channel against a perceived threat from the Kremlin.

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