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Tel Aviv Blast Stuns Ex-Soviet Teens

The Palestinian bomber mingled in the crowd, then set off a charge laced with nails, screws and ball bearings, killing 18 others, almost all Russian-speaking immigrants.

Vodka Plants Forced To Close

Alcohol producers warned of looming protests after a new law aimed at cracking down on bootleg liquor.

Children's Day Offers Little to Celebrate

It's been years since Russia began to mark World Protection of Children Day, yet there seems to be little for the young and old to celebrate with each passing year.

Memo to Miller: Turn Up the Heat

The decision to remove Rem Vyakhirev from his post as Gazprom CEO still seems almost too good to be true.

Seeking Cash For the City's Grand Bash

St. Petersburg city authorities plan to offer sponsorship otions for the city's 300th anniversary party.

Yes, That's My Real Name

""No,"" she said. ""You should write it like this,"" drew a line through my name and wrote, ""Russell's work.""

Arbat Traffic Stops for Waste Debate

Nuclear Power Minister Alexander Rumyantsev showed up at a downtown restaurant Sunday for a cup of tea, a slice of cake and a debate with Yabloko head Grigory Yavlinsky.

Ivanov Sends Envoy For Talks in Mideast

Russia called for the fulfillment of a U.S.-led committee's recommendations to end Middle East violence.

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