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

Terror Case Could Be Dropped

The U.S. Justice Department said it would defy a court order and refuse to make a captured member of al-Qaida available for testimony in the case of Zacarias Moussaoui.

New Editor Steps In At Troubled Times

Bill Keller, a columnist for The New York Times who previously served as its managing editor and foreign editor and as a foreign correspondent, has been chosen as its executive editor.

First-Half Oil Output Rises 11%

Russia increased crude oil extraction 11 percent in the first half, as high oil prices spurred companies to boost investments so they could export more oil.

Iran Finds 38 Billion Barrels of Crude

Iran has made a major new oil find containing estimated reserves of more than 38 billion barrels, making it one of the world's biggest undeveloped fields, a senior oil official was quoted as saying.

Aeroflot Quadruples Profit to $89M in 2002

Flagship carrier Aeroflot's net profit under international accounting standards soared more than fourfold last year on better route planning and aggressive cost cutting.

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