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Yukos 'Smart' House Tops $40M

None of the oil majors change their Moscow address as often as Yukos does, and now the No. 2 oil player is investing into a building designed especially for itself.

Arrivals Find Moscow Hive of Realty Activity

What is noticeable on arrival in Moscow is the vibrant and active real estate market.

Post-Soviet Architecture Makes London Debut

Post-Soviet architecture will show its face to the world on Wednesday, when the exhibition ""Time for Change: Recent Developments in Russian Architecture,"" opens at London's Royal Institute of British Architects.

Finding Those Needing a Caring Moscow Heart

Caring Heart's motto is a simple one. Executive director Tatyana Mamontova puts it this way: ""We help all those who ask for our help.""

Golden Chief Puts 20 Years' Experience to Work

After more than two decades in the communications industry, Alexander Vinogradov has gone from a Soviet engineer to the head of one of Russia's telecommunications giants.

Zurich Vote Pushes Switzerland Into UN

By a slender margin, neutral Switzerland decided in a countrywide vote Sunday to leave behind decades of isolationism and become a member of the United Nations.

A Worried Washington Deploys Nuclear Sensors

Alarmed by growing hints of al-Qaida's progress toward obtaining a nuclear or radiological weapon, U.S. President George W. Bush's administration has deployed hundreds of complex sensors since November to U.S. borders, overseas facilities and choke points around Washington.

U.S. Helicopter Downed in Battle With al-Qaida

At least six U.S. troops were killed and 10 wounded Monday when an American Army special forces helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan as Afghan and Western forces pressed their biggest attack of the war against regrouping al-Qaida and Taliban fighters, a U.S. official said.

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