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Street Children Lost in the Red Tape

As the number of Russia's street kids climbs, child welfare specialists are warning against a top-down bureaucratic approach to solving what has become an endemic problem.

Villagers Fear Radar Casts Spell Of Death

A Russian radar station in Azerbaijan may be responsible for the health problems of the local population.

TV6's Reality Show Refuses to Accept Reality

The makers of ""Za Steklom"" know that with neither viewers nor air time the show is unlikely to survive.

Prosecutors Are Not The Problem

The idea of oligarchs blaming law enforcement agencies for ruining their reputations is clearly absurd.

Righting Some Wrongs

New legislation concerning corporate governance should benefit both Russian companies and investors.

U.S. Is a Demanding Spouse

The honeymoon in U.S.-Russian relations that began after the Sept. 11 attacks seems to be over.

Iraq's Aziz Flies In for Sanctions Talks

Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz arrived in Moscow on Wednesday to seek Russia's help in easing UN trade sanctions imposed on Baghdad after its 1990 invasion of Kuwait.

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