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City Hall Irons Out Rejuggled Budget

Moscow's finances are slowly taking shape after being adjusted to the changes in tax laws.

Veterans Get Their Own Little Arlington

Until Wednesday, Russia did not have its own cemetery where veterans of the nation's wars could be buried.

Putin Makes Offer at UN Summit

President Putin offered to host a conference next year on preventing the militarization of space.

Berezovsky the Victim of His Own Designs

I don't doubt the sincerity of Boris Berezovsky's concerns, but I do doubt his purposes.

Reactions to NMD Deferral

In the eyes of our military, the United States did not in fact gain much credit by postponing NMD.

Last Couple Wed as Palace Closes

Wedding Palace No. 3, the only halls in the northern city where foreigners could marry Russians, registered its final bride and groom last week.

Lack of State Support Hits Single Parents Hard

Vera Pshenichnikova emerged from the room clutching three red roses, a folded piece of colored fabric and a backpack for her daughter.

Hong Kong Concert Strikes a Sour Note

Hong Kong is a city of fakes — fake Swiss watches, fake French couture and perhaps a fake orchestra.

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