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Berezovsky to Hand Over ORT Stake

Tycoon Boris Berezovsky on Monday accused the Kremlin of trying to strong-arm him out of his stake in ORT.

5 Missing Girls Put Barnaul On Edge

Students in the Altai region feel afraid while walking around campus after some girls' disappearance.

Dark, Rich Coffee Makes Hot Comeback

In the days of Peter the Great, when coffee first came to Russia, the servants demanded that ""coffee benefits"" be written into their contracts. How much things have changed.

Ostankino the Real Tragedy for Spinmeisters

For the Kremlin bureaucrats, the Ostankino fire — not the Kursk disaster — was the real catastrophe.

Gold Domes of Capital Inspire Florid Phrases

Moscow's birthday is the perfect time for talk of songs and sayings inspired by the capital.

Gold Domes of Capital Inspire Florid Phrases

Moscow's birthday is the perfect time for talk of songs and sayings inspired by the capital.

Family Matters in the Kremlin

President Vladimir Putin can now rely on the support of a news editor who is buddy-buddy with the KKK.

Far East Cyber Adventures

There is nothing more addictive to an expatriate far from home than a new computer.

Military Reinstates Tsarist Honor

At a time when the armed forces may be in need of a shot of esprit de corps, the Kremlin has reinstated the Order of St. George as the country's highest military award.

Stray Missile Eyed in Sub Probe

An admiral said Sunday that the Kursk might have been hit by a missile fired by another vessel.

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