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Revamp Of Land Code Bill Ordered

Putin ordered the government to come up with a new Land Code and to prepare a separate bill granting the regions jurisdiction over agricultural land.

War Reporter Detained in Chechnya

Novaya Gazeta's Anna Politkovskaya, was detained earlier this week in Chechnya after she approached an army checkpoint to interview soldiers.

Legal Offshore Bank Accounts in Offing?

Big changes could be in the pipeline for the country's draconian foreign exchange policy.

Robertson Rounds Off Visit With NATO Hard Sell

On his final day in Moscow, NATO's George Robertson voiced his message of partnership during a lecture and an appearance on a radio call-in program.

World Steps Deeper Into NMD Bog

One might imagine that U.S./NATO/Russian relations had taken a step back from the brink in recent days.

Chemistry Lessons

One of the most pressing items on the international agenda is destroying stockpiles of chemical weapons.

Effective Ads Can Change Your Life

An advertising agency responsible for meowing cat food billboards has been inundated with complaints.

If She Drinks This Stuff, You'll Know It Is Love

Every year, Lyuba opens the bottle and takes a small symbolic swig of ""Triple Eau de Cologne.""

'Friends' to the Bitter End

NATO Secretary-General George Robertson came to Moscow this week to mend fences with Russia.

Prisons Bill Sent to Upper House Again

A bill aimed at easing prison overcrowding and reducing the time suspects can be held before being brought to trial is once again headed for the Federation Council.

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