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U.S. Set To Assist In Audit Of Itera

U.S. government auditors said Wednesday that they are ready to help the State Audit Chamber examine the relationship between gas giant Gazprom and U.S.-registered Itera.

Yeltsin Makes the News on 70th Birthday

Former President Boris Yeltsin will meet his 70th birthday Thursday in the Kremlin hospital, where he is resting from an ""acute viral infection.""

Prosecutor's Protest Stops Bill on Prisons

A bill aimed at easing conditions in the country's overcrowded jails was stopped in its tracks by the prosecutor general's last-minute protest.

I Don't Usually Burn Books …

So, we burned the book. We took it to a glen down in southwest Moscow, doused it with lighter fluid and set it on fire.

One Son Lost in War And Another Found

My aunt Liza has a son named Roma who doesn’t look a bit like her or her husband. They are both fair-haired Slavs, and he is dark-eyed and swarthy.

The Warlords' Next Move

This week a member of the Chechen military staff told me that the rebels had suffered high casualties last year, but that their fighting spirit is now high.

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