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

The Oilmen of the Baltic

For the workers on LUKoil's D-6 oil rig in the Baltic Sea last New Year's Eve, there was only one place to be at the stroke of midnight -- in the heated water container on the main deck of the rig.

Novinsky 31 Finally Opens Doors for Business

After several false starts, the Novinsky 31 office and retail complex -- perhaps the city's most notoriously delayed real estate project -- has finally opened.

St. Pete Turns Eyesore Into Offices

Two large business centers will open on St. Petersburg's Petrograd Side, offering a total of nearly 30,000 square meters of office space.

Business Park Bets on a Suburban Location

Heralded as Moscow's largest private real estate development to date, construction of Krylatsky Hills, the city's first Class A suburban business park, is now well underway.

The Etymology of Media Sector Reform

The press service of the newly created Federal Press and Mass Media Agency has calculated that between 1924 and 2004 the federal agencies in charge of broadcasting were reorganized a total of 19 times.

Senator, Iraq Is No Vietnam

The administration of U.S. President George W. Bush has plenty of enemies both at home and abroad.

Azeri-Armenian Strife Has Been Set in Stone

I had never seen people queuing to get into a cemetery until last Saturday.

Fallujah Doctors Say 600 Killed

Gunfire was largely silenced Monday in the second day of a truce in Fallujah, where doctors said 600 Iraqis, including many civilians, were killed in the past week's Marine siege of Sunni insurgents.

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