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In First Interview, Kuchma Tells It as He Sees It

President Leonid Kuchma said Sunday that if he were Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, the man Kuchma had selected to be his successor, he would not run in a new presidential runoff ordered by the Supreme Court.

Crisis Brings Out the Faithful

Three Roman Catholic nuns decided it was time to see Independence Square, where for more than two weeks the supporters of opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko had been demonstrating.

Crunch Game for PSG, CSKA

Paris St. Germain, desperate to salvage a disappointing season, hopes CSKA Moscow will be ring-rusty in their do-or-die Champions League game Tuesday.

Chigirinsky Invites Rossiya Losers On Board

Shalva Chigirinsky, the winner of the city's tender to redevelop the Rossiya Hotel site, has sent letters to the two contenders who lost the bid, asking whether they would like to help build and finance the project.

U.K. Delays Property Trust Legislation

The British government will not legislate for new tax-efficient property trusts, which are expected to launch a mass savings market based on bricks and mortar and boost the sector's market capitalization, in 2005.

Realtors Put Rio on the Map

With dozens of new shopping centers built over the past few years or in the pipeline, it is difficult for new projects to stand out from the crowd.

City to Sell Its Stake in Renaissance Hotel

City Hall will sell its stake in the Moscow Renaissance Hotel in order to compensate for the nearly $50 million the hotel owes the city in back rent, the Moscow government said last week.

Putin's 'Chicken Kiev' Moment

The elder President Bush's most memorable foreign-policy blunder took place in Kiev in 1991, then under Communist rule.

Better to Mention the War Than to Forget It

On a visa run to Berlin last week I saw the movie that had all of Germany talking this fall. ""Der Untergang,"" or ""The Downfall,"" deals with Hitler's last days in his bunker below Berlin.

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