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Fear a Way of Life in Chechen Capital

The Chechen government plans to move to Grozny next month, but residents doubt that the presence of civilian authorities can put an end to the terror that fills their lives.

Evidence Of Mass Grave Was Destroyed

The human rights group Memorial says it knows where there are at least three more suspected mass graves in the Chechen capital but is wary of making the information public.

'Kukly' Aims to Show It Is Nobody's Puppet

The ""Kukly"" puppet show set out Sunday night to test the new NTV management's promise not to censor the popular political satirical program.

Some Things Never Seem to Change

Chukotka Governor Boris Abramovich's guarantee to U.S. investors is only 100 percent good until the instant it becomes worthless. And that moment can come in the blink of an eye.

Your Enemy's Enemy Is Your Friend

Time not only heals all wounds, but it also seems to have the gift of turning enemies into friends, as Dmitry Rozhdestvensky, the former head of Russkoye Video, will attest.

Sorry, Pal, You're the Goat!

Whenever I quarrel with my fellow man — say, engaging in a shouting match with a driver in front of my apartment block — a period of reflection inevitably follows.

One Killed In Attacks for Hitler's Birthday

A spate of attacks by skinheads marking Adolf Hitler's birthday has left one person dead and at least 10 injured, media reported Sunday.

Prosecutors: Courts Not Ready for Reforms

Prosecutors have lashed out at a planned revamp of the Criminal Procedural Code that would strip them of the right to issue arrest warrants and appeal acquittals to higher courts.

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