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Ice World Dancing Despite Skate Spat

Igor Shpilband stood on one side of the yellow police-style tape that separated the few hundred spectators from the judges' half of the Olympic ice arena this weekend.

Thorpe Excels as Minnows Shine

The 17th Commonwealth Games showed that there is plenty of life in parts of the Commonwealth.

Olympic Skating Champs Say Gold Medals Were Won Fairly

Four Olympic champions embroiled in an ice skating scandal on Monday denied allegations that the results in Salt Lake City were fixed to ensure their victories.

Halo Slipping From Central Asia's First Democrat

Last December this little country tucked up against China's western border suddenly became an important American ally by providing a base for 2,000 U.S. and allied troops waging war in Afghanistan.

Worried Schroeder Hits the Campaign Trail Early

German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, behind in opinion polls, on Monday launched his party's campaign tour three weeks earlier than planned, addressing issues ranging from unemployment fears to Iraq.

Broken Promises and Political Deception

There has always been a debate over the destiny of the United States between those who believed they were entitled to govern because of their station in life and those who believed that the people were sovereign.

Denouncing Debasement of the Russian Soul

What could be more gratifying than to publicly expose a friend and teacher?

Reckless Streak Reigns in Nocturnal Baku

I'd forgotten how many homicidal drivers and suicidal pedestrians there are in Azerbaijan at night.

(Pin)Pointless Propaganda

Every year at this time the journalists are left with no news to report.

Press Review

A brief look at the stories making headlines in the Russian-language press

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