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Airplane Makers Told to Team Up

The government announced airline company consolidations in a bid to make the industry more competitive.

Formula One Makes Tracks for Moscow

Moscow racing fans have good reason to get revved up. The city has a good shot at hosting a Formula One Grand Prix once a car racing track is completed by 2004.

Firing Hurts Liberty's Credibility

U.S.-funded Radio Liberty fired its Moscow bureau chief, apparently for refusing to stop appearing on NTV.

Is Cherkesov Heading Off To Moscow?

The latest rumour in St Petersburg is Viktor Cherkesov may be off to Moscow to replace Vladimir Ustinov.

China Poses Bigger Threat Than Chechnya

Two things have occurred in Russia recently that broadcast a message of weakness to its principal world rival.

Celebrating Victory Day

Moscow's residents hit the streets to mark one of Russia's most important national holidays on May 9, Victory Day, marking the end of World War II.

Berezovsky Donates To Human Rights

Tycoon Boris Berezovsky announced that he is giving millions of dollars to human rights organizations and is planning to fund a new political party to oppose President Putin.

Shuster Says Lobbyists in Washington Ousted Him

Radio Liberty's Moscow bureau chief has said lobbyists in Washington had him fired for NTV appearances.

7 Envoys Get Thumbs Up

President Vladimir Putin gave high marks Saturday to the group of regional envoys he appointed one year ago to help cement his grip on the country.

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