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Gazprom Ax Falls on Itogi, Segodnya

Three days after Gazprom-Media took over Vladimir Gusinsky's NTV, it came for his print media too. Segodnya newspaper has been closed and the staff of Itogi magazine ousted.

Cossacks Take On Village's Chechens

Some say the seeds of discord in Bogoroditskoye were sown 20 years ago, when Sultan arrived. The trouble, as village people see it, is that Sultan is a Chechen.

4 Duma Factions Forge Pro-Putin Union

Four parties that usually back President Vladimir Putin in the State Duma pledged on Tuesday to work together, formalizing their cooperation and boosting the Kremlin leader.

Borodin Airlifted a la Sobchak

It is now more than ever the government's duty to make sure Pavel Borodin shows up for his day in court. Will President Vladimir Putin follow through?

Strange Case of Nikolai Glushkov

At last the authorities would seem to have Boris Berezovsky red-handed. But there are three strange things about the incident involving former Aeroflot director Nikolai Glushkov.

There Are Fascists Frolicking in the Forests

Of all the strange sects in Russia today, the Church of Nav - also known as the Society of Nav or as the Sacred Church of the White Race - is perhaps the strangest.

THT and TV6 Hit by NTV Invasion

Since taking in its itinerant colleagues four days ago, THT has had to slash its own programming in half.

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