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09/09/2000

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Report: Kursk Sunk by Warship Missile

A German newspaper has published a story claiming that an experimental Russian missile sunk the Kursk.

Military To Cut Its Ranks by A Third

The Defense Ministry said on Friday that it would slash almost a full third of its forces by 2003.

Putin in Vidyayevo

The meeting between Vladimir Putin and Kursk relatives reveals important qualities of the president.

Wed Freedom With Discipline

Freedom of speech, it is argued, does not mean we have the freedom to shout ""Fire!"" in a crowded theater.

Some Hard Facts About Life in the Soviet Period

One of the biggest stories coming out of this country today is what is happening with our economy.

Gorbenko's Big Asset-Grab

The four-year stint of Leonid Gorbenko can be neatly summed up as an asset-grabbing free-for-all.

Berezovsky's Noble Pronouncements Ring Hollow

Berezovsky is either completely ignorant of modern history or knows it all too well.

Displaced Ingush Long to Go Home

There’s only about 30 kilometers separating Nazir Katiyev from his apartment in Vladikavkaz, but he has little hope he’ll ever get there.

Accused Assassination Plotter Sent to Hospital

Alexander Tikhonov, charged in a plot to kill Aman Tuleyev, has been hospitalized with a concussion.

Pushkin Terrorist Attack Ruled Out

Prosecutors said the Aug. 8 explosion under Pushkin Square was likely the settling of economic scores.

Putin Calls for Revamp of UN Security Council

Vladimir Putin called for a stronger role for the UN Security Council and met key leaders from the Middle East, Africa and Latin America on Thursday.

President Questions Berezovsky's Motives

Vladimir Putin has joined the battle for control over his country's main television network.

Japan Nabs Suspected Naval Spy Hagisaki

In Japan's biggest spy scandal in 20 years, a senior naval officer was arrested Friday on suspicion of passing military secrets to a Russian embassy employee.

Conciliatory Duma Regroups for Autumn Session

Despite a bad August for President Vladimir Putin, most of the Duma deputies back in parliament for the start of the autumn session were not ready to challenge him.

St. Pete Ambush

Gunmen ambushed a suspected crime boss in front of a prestigious St. Petersburg hotel Friday, killing him and two other people before escaping, police said.

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