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

First Cinema Park Multiplex Opens in Moscow

With the opening of its first multiplex in Moscow last week, Cinema Park has entered the fray in the battle for Europe's largest movie audience.

Tantrums and All, Myskina Moves On

Betraying her tempestuous nature, Anastasia Myskina fought off frustration Monday to reach the quarterfinals of the Australian Open.

Chief Iraq Inspector Questions Intelligence

The outgoing chief U.S. weapons inspector says his inability to find illicit arms in Iraq raises serious questions about U.S. intelligence-gathering.

Annan Calls for Genocide Commission

UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan warned Monday that genocide could happen again and proposed a new international commission to help prevent future mass killings.

After 2 Years, Cheney Back in Public Eye

U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, administration man of mystery, is suddenly everywhere.

Center Residents Face Cleansing by Stealth

Lyudmilla Dubinina only found out her building was going to be knocked down after a chance conversation last Friday.

Stalin-Era Gothic Back in Vogue

Moscow developers in the 1990s built great towers of glass, hoisted dizzying neon signs along once-gray avenues and invested millions of dollars in shimmering new buildings whose main architectural style was best described by one critic as late Las Vegas.

Opportunity Rover Explores Surreal Landscape

To Steven Squyres, the dark surreal landscape encircling the Mars rover Opportunity resembled only one other place.

Russian Emigre Founds Hollywood Sex Museum

One look at Hollywood's newest tourist attraction and it's easy to mistake it for any number of adult shops along the popular Walk of Fame.

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