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Rosinka to Double in Size, Add a Golf Course

Rosinka's owners plan to double the more than 200 homes in the 54-hectare residential complex and to start work on a small golf course in the next year.

Norilsk Snaps Up Promstroi Complex

Norilsk Nickel could move into the former home of bankrupt Promstroibank at 13 and 15 Tverskoi Bulvar soon after the New Year.

Gref Tells St. Pete to Act Fast

Part of the $386 million that were allocated by the federal government for preparations for St. Petersburg's 300th anniversary next year could be taken back.

Terrorism as a Skeleton Key

Russia's war in Chechnya and support for America's Middle East policy are two sides of the same coin.

The Smells and Scrubs of Tbilisi's Sulfur Baths

If standing naked under a trickle of brackish water that smells of drains and bad eggs is your bag, you couldn't do better than to visit Tbilisi's sulfur baths.

Campaigner Bush Is in a Groove

Regular listeners to Bush's political stump speech sometimes feel as if they're in the middle of ""Groundhog Day.""

Satellite Takes Shots of Saturn

NASA has released the first picture of Saturn created from images taken by the Cassini spacecraft en route to the ringed planet.

Envoys: Iraq Preparing for War

Driving past the brightly lit, monumental palaces of President Saddam Hussein, one wonders if the man the United States wants to depose ever lives in them.

Counting Votes -- and Votes That Count

Every hairshirted goo-goo goes into a hand-wringing fit on the subject of voter turnout.

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