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

Kerry Wins 5 States in Primary Push

John Kerry established his national appeal to Democrats with commanding victories in far-flung presidential nomination contests from Arizona to Delaware, but John Edwards and Wesley Clark denied him a clean sweep in the winnowing race.

Toxin Sent to White House

A letter containing a vial of the potentially deadly toxin ricin was mailed to the White House in November but was intercepted at an off-site mail facility, FBI sources said.

British Defense Expert Denies WMD Claims

Tony Blair's efforts to quell the furor over Iraq's missing weapons suffered another setback Wednesday when a former intelligence official tore apart the British government's case for war.

UN Expecting Washington's Support in Iraq

A United Nations team heading to Iraq to help break the impasse over creating a transitional government is expecting White House support for its recommendations, UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan said.

Google Tops Global Brand Poll

Google, the top Internet search engine which is expected by bankers to list its shares this year, gained a fillip Tuesday as it was named Global Brand of the Year by consultants Interbrand for the second year running.

Tyco Reports Biggest Profit Since Scandal

Tyco International Ltd. on Tuesday reported its biggest profit since an accounting scandal first rocked the conglomerate two years ago, as sales of pharmaceuticals, electronic connectors and cable gear rose.

SEC Mulls New Rule for Securities Trading

U.S. market regulators are considering changing a rule that requires securities traders to get the best price for customer orders, no matter where they find it, said sources familiar with the matter Tuesday.

Hollinger Inc. Sues Its Own Subsidiary

Hollinger Inc. has sued its Chicago-based subsidiary, Hollinger International, to prevent it from blocking a proposed sale of a controlling interest in the publishing company.


James Mandel, former managing partner of the Moscow office of LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae has joined EY Law as a partner in the Moscow office.

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