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Omsk Looks to Bring Home the Bacon

Though the Omsk region may have a low investment potential rating, foreign companies have been steadily coming to the region for its ideal location and political stability.

Germans: Yeltsin's Heart Is In Order

Former President Yeltsin was said to be in good health on Monday after having a heart checkup in Berlin.

Berezovsky Offers TV6 Stake to Reporters

Boris Berezovsky is ready to give journalists his full share in TV6 to retain the station's independence.

Playing Devil's Advocate

I devoted half of last week to discussing the fate of the Russian mass media with foreign colleagues.

Rumsfeld Stumbles Into Cacophonous Caucasus

I suppose when you visit all three countries of the South Caucasus it's easy to mix the names up.

New Labor Learns to Lobby

Few expected that the second reading of the Labor Code, scheduled for this week, would be a major event.

Refugees at U.S. Embassy Left in Limbo

Refugees are waiting for the U.S. Embassy in Moscow to resume the processing of refugee applications.

Luzhkov Loyalists Dominate City Duma Poll

After Sunday's lackluster election, Mayor Luzhkov appears to have won the total backing of the City Duma.

Putin Says Russia Was Ready to Alter ABM

Despite the U.S. pull out from the ABM, President Putin said he maintains confidence in George W. Bush.

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