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

Bush's More Modest Aims for APEC

U.S. officials are almost as eager to explain what President George W. Bush will not do in Asia this week as to say what he will do.

Putin's New Faces From the Regions

The latest government shake-up, which President Vladimir Putin carried out in his trademark ""special operations"" style, revealed a change in the Kremlin's personnel policy. Most significantly, Putin drew on previously untapped sources to fill a number of top jobs.

The Nalchik Deception Continues

Police made a breakthrough last week in their investigation of the Oct. 13 revolt in Nalchik: They discovered a large cache of weapons at a dacha in a nearby village. A sports bag with the passport and driver's license of Anzor Astemirov was also found at the dacha, conveniently removing any doubt as to the ownership of the weapons.

Ruble Deposits Now Worth Taking Seriously

Just seven years after a default that sent Russia down the financial drain, the ruble has recovered to make opening a bank account in the national currency the most attractive savings option on the market today.

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I have discovered that I am missing my documents. What should I do?

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