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Newlyweds Dug Out 5 Days Later

Just as bulldozers smashed into the wall of a quake-damaged three-story apartment, Russian rescuers heard a woman crying for help.

Kirkorov Waits for Laws on Piracy

Even though the velvet-voiced pop idol has sold tens of millions of albums, Filipp Kirkorov says that thanks to widespread piracy he has nary a kopek to show for the sales.

No Criminal Case Facing Drunk Diplomat

The Russian diplomat accused of killing one pedestrian and severely injuring another in a drunken driving accident in Canada, could very well go unpunished in Russia.

Where Does Putin Stand On Reform?

Those still struggling to hope that the Kremlin is really interested in serious legal reform have suffered yet another blow. And a devastating one.

There's No Hurry

Moscow should not think that, because President Bush is taking his time, a radical shift in U.S. policy is in the works or that Washington has decided to downgrade relations.

Ruling Class Should Be a Bit Smarter

As long as Pavel Borodin sits in a U.S. jail facing extradition to Switzerland, the Kremlin is torn between two of its professed values: ""patriotism"" and ""dictatorship of law.""

Russia Is Not the West, the West Is Not Russia

Editor,Your misplaced optimism about the advertising market and Russia in general deserves a professional response.

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