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City Half-Heartedly Turns Up to Vote

Voter turnout for the City Duma elections on Sunday reached a meager 29.6 percent, composed mainly of pensioners, in spite of City Hall's efforts to encourage people to vote.

Two Legs Good, Four Legs Better?

How is the U.S. Department of Energy to solve the most expensive environmental cleanup in history?

Former Vigor, Pray Tell, Where Have You Gone?

Even the shapeless nurse's robes could not hide the elegance and perfection of Natasha's figure.

A More Conservative SPS Emerges at Congress

The Union of Right Forces projected an image of increased unity and conservatism while praising the party's progress as its delegates gathered at a congress on Friday.

Troops in Chechen Mop-Up

Federal forces detained 50 Chechens suspected of rebel ties on Sunday as mopping-up operations escalate.

Chechen Constitution Vote Planned for Summer

Two versions of a new Chechen constitution, one envisioning a parliamentary republic, the other seeing a presidential one, have recently been submitted to the Kremlin.

Berezovsky Says FSB Staged Blasts

Boris Berezovsky has accused the FSB of planning the 1999 bombing of apartment houses that left 300 dead.

Rumsfeld Seeks Rapport in Caucasus

Donald Rumsfeld is offering the former Soviet republics of Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia closer military ties in return for their support in the fight against terrorism.

Different Visions of a New Friendship

Miscommunication appears to be marring the recently improved relations between the U.S and Uzbekistan.

Ivanov Says Russia Wants Substitute for ABM Treaty

Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov pledged Friday to work toward a new strategic arms agreement with the U.S.

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