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01/28/2002

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Heat Turned Up on Berezovsky

The FSB has accused dissident oligarch Boris Berezovsky of funding the terror acts of Chechen rebels.

Helicopter Explodes in Chechnya

A helicopter crashed in Chechnya on Sunday, killing 14 people including a deputy interior minister.

2 Out of 3 Is Not Good Enough

President Boris Yeltsin and his newly minted government launched a set of revolutionary changes.

Genius of Capitalism

We don't have gas masks yet for pets in America, although there is no lack of people asking about them.

Getting a Close Shave Can Be a Hairy Chore

As a naval officer I had to be ""clean-shaven, well turned-out and chipper,"" on a daily basis.

Foundation To Step Up Nazi Slave Payments

The Russian foundation in charge of payments to former Nazi slave workers intends to speed up payouts.

Uzbeks Vote on President's Term

Uzbekistan voted on Sunday for the extension of the presidential term from five years to seven years.

Iraq Asks for Support In Face of U.S. 'Threat'

The Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister asked for support against the ""real threat"" of U.S. military action.

Soviet Veteran Recalls Shock Of Auschwitz

A Soviet Army commander who helped liberate Auschwitz said he is still haunted by what he saw that day.

500 Protest Military Mop-Ups

About 500 people demonstrated in the Chechen capital on Sunday in protest of mopping-up operations.

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