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

Sudan Denies Charges of Genocide

Sudan's foreign minister insisted his country would prosecute Arab militias responsible for killings in the troubled Darfur region, but again denied that the attacks amounted to genocide.

Suspect in Journalist's Death Freed

A court has acquitted an agent charged with the killing of an Iranian-Canadian photojournalist in a case that has damaged relations between Ottawa and Tehran, the lawyer and Nobel Peace laureate representing the victim's mother said.

Daimler Wins Worker Standoff

Workers at DaimlerChrysler's largest plant in Germany agreed Friday to forgo raises and make other sacrifices in exchange for job security, the latest sign of an increased willingness by German employees to take cuts amid increasing global competition.

Brazil Nabs Kroll Worker for Spying

Brazilian police said on Saturday they arrested a man working for international risk consulting firm Kroll Inc. on suspicions of spying on government officials during corporate investigations.

Conventions Are a Ritual Worth Having

The Democrats have begun to gather in Boston for this week's presidential nominating convention.

Russia Must Step Up the Battle Against AIDS

The AIDS epidemic in Russia has entered a dangerous and decisive stage.

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