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CPC Cuts Ribbon on $2.6Bln Pipeline

Russian, U.S., Kazakh and Oman officials met near the port of Novorossiisk on Tuesday to officially open the pipeline that is to bring Kazakhstan's oil riches to the world.

Aeroflot Passengers Face U.S. Searches

A new U.S. aviation law requiring detailed passenger information will likely trouble Aeroflot travelers.

Kalashnikov-Toting Russians Bewilder Kabul

About 100 men from Russia's Emergency Situations Ministry have arrived in Kabul as part of Moscow's pledge to provide humanitarian relief for a now war-ravaged Afghanistan.

Bears and Piranhas in the Kuzbass

All the biggest mining associations in the Kuzbass were created under officials and worked for bandits.

Are We Becoming Dozy Electrical Appliances?

""Za steklom"" more than any other program has made obvious the concerted effort to turn us into morons.

Politicians Rally to Defense of TV6

Politicians are skepitcal about the Kremlin's denial of involvement in a court ruling to shut down TV6.

Russia, U.S. Near Deal on Iraqi Sanctions

Russia is pushing for a compromise solution with the U.S. to extend a UN oil-for-food program for Iraq.

3 Campaigners Arrested in Sakha

Sakha prosecutors have arrested three PR specialists suspected of plotting a political smear campaign.

UN Seeks $32M in Aid For Chechen Refugees

Seven United Nations have called on donor countries for $32 million to cover aid operations in Chechnya.

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