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Putin Open to New Iraq Resolution

President Vladimir Putin said Monday that a new UN Security Council resolution might be needed if weapons inspectors are not satisfied with Iraq's cooperation.

Doing Harm to Displaced People

Shut the doors, draw the curtains, and tell the world that the situation in Chechnya is normalizing.

Finding Method in NTV Madness

Do the recent appointments at NTV signal a changing of the guard in Russian television?

The Struggle to Survive in Hard Neighborhood

With less than 25 Caucasus leopards left in the world, the cat's chances for survival look pretty slim.

Latin American Dynamism

In Russia today stability is no longer a euphemism for stagnation, but for decay.

NTV Team Asks Miller to Intervene

Alexei Miller has been asked to help resolve the crisis surrounding NTV's latest personnel appointments.

Judd: PACE Won't Send Observers to Chechen Vote

Europe's top human rights watchdog has decided not to send observers to Chechnya for a controversial referendum scheduled for next month.

FSB: Video Links Maskhadov to Raid

The Federal Security Service said it has found a videotape in Chechnya that implicates Chechen rebel leader Aslan Maskhadov in the Moscow theater siege.

Zhirinovsky Under Fire for Obscenities

Zhirinovsky could lose his post as a deputy speaker for a tirade against U.S. plans to invade Iraq.

Russian 'Red Army' of Monster Crabs Heads West

A spiny ""Red Army"" of monster crabs is on the march west from the Russian Arctic and might end up menacing vacationers on beaches all the way to Portugal.

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