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Duma Goes After Yeltsin's Immunity

Boris Yeltsin suffered his second blow in a week when the State Duma voted Wednesday to make it possible to strip the former president of his immunity from prosecution.

FSC Suit Threatens Norilsk Revamp

Metals giant Norilsk Nickel was caught by surprise Wednesday when a stock market watchdog filed a lawsuit that could bring its hotly disputed restructuring plan to a halt.

$1Bln Ad Market Selling Optimism

Forget GDP growth, the ruble rate and oil production. For a simpler view of the economy, look at corporate propaganda spending — advertising.

Research Indicates Internal Blasts Sank Kursk

Analysis of seismic waves supports conclusions that two onboard explosions, not a collision, destroyed a Russian submarine in August, killing all 118 crew members.

CB Loan Is OK Way to Pay $1.6Bln

A full and timely payment would set a milestone as the first time that Russia has ever made a full principal payment on Soviet-era debt.

The Soothing Sounds of Nature's Calls

Would you, could you with a mouse? Would you, could you in a tree?But how about to the sound of trees rustling in the wind, or birds chirping, or owls howling — all just off Red Square?

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