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U.S. Warns Gay Expats About Killers

The U.S. Embassy is urging Americans to be cautious after four foreigners were killed in the past two years, apparently after picking up someone at a Moscow gay club.

Top Sibur Executives Hauled In By Feds

Prosecutors detained three Sibur executives in an investigation into the illegal sale of Gazprom assets.

Playing on the Emotions of a Soviet Childhood

The State Historical Museum's new exhibit 'Our Happy Childhood' is a grand display of toys and other items from the daily lives of Soviet children from the 1920s to the 1950s.

What a Waste of a Year

2001 was the year in which hopes were crushed and Russia's economic boom ran out of steam.

Ruthlessness is No Solution

As Russian forces begin their fifth winter offensive in Chechnya victory seems as far off as it ever did.

Country Shivers in Record Cold

Russia scrambled to cope with quarter-century low temperatures and fierce snowstorms Wednesday, while the number of Muscovites dead from hypothermia has reached 300.

Turkey Asks for Papers to Extradite Chechen

A year and a half after Moscow's initial request, Turkey finally seems ready to extradite Movladi Udugov.

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