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11/13/2001

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American Airlines Jet Crashes in New York

An American Airlines jetliner en route to the Dominican Republic with 255 people aboard broke apart and crashed moments after takeoff Monday from John F. Kennedy Airport.

Crash Sends Shockwaves Across U.S.

Fear swept over the U.S. Monday after another passenger jet crashed near J.F.K. International Airport.

Rankings Rain on Economic Parade

In spite of unprecedented economic achievements recently, Russia is still a risky place for investors.

Summit Is Not About Concessions

Russian economic and political integration would do more for U.S. security than any deal on NMD.

Democracy Suffers From 'Democrats'

First and foremost journalist Dmitry Furman deals with the establishment of democracy in our country.

Elements Elude Control Of Baron of Adzharia

There's something very dispiriting about the former Soviet Black Sea resort of Batumi in winter.

Fighting Against Far Right

The extreme right in Russia today is first and foremost anti-Caucasian rather than anti-Semitic.

Putin Heads to Washington for Summit

President Putin will continue his planned summit with President Bush in spite of Monday's plane crash.

South Looks to Investors for $16Bln

The Southern Federal District hopes to raise $16 billion in investment for projects in southern Russia.

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