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06/24/2004

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Press Review

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

Kiev Mathematician Dresses 'Sex and the City'

For fashion designer Yelena Yarmak, a former mathematician from Kiev, giving up algorithms for hemlines was more an act of economic necessity than self-indulgence.

When Hitler Dropped By for Tea

A wartime meeting between Adolf Hitler and Finland's military leader, Field Marshal Karl Mannerheim, was where the German dictator planned to call on his ally to step up Finnish attacks against the Soviet Union.

Golf, History and Dachas in Small-Town Finland

Over the centuries, Russians, Finns and Swedes fought bloody battles here. But now day-trippers cross the nearby Russian border in more benign invasions.

Clinton's Empty 'Life'

Leaning against a wall near the front of the line, a girl in a fur-trimmed leather jacket looked as if someone had just dragged her from a party.

Testosterone, Opportunism: Fatal Cocktail

In his ""60 Minutes"" interview, Bill Clinton calls his intern idyll ""a terrible moral error,"" illuminating ""the darkest part of his inner life.""

Putin Is Playing With Fire

President Vladimir Putin is confident that his policies will improve the lives of one-third of the population.

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