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

Davydenko Joins Federer in Semifinals

The Russian makes short work of Gaston Gaudio in the Tennis Masters Cup.

A U.S. Need for In-Students

According to a recent survey, more foreign graduate students enrolled in American universities this year than last, but their numbers remain far lower than they were in 2002.

The Secretary Gets the Real Mideast Picture

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has finally demonstrated what a little roll-up-your-sleeves diplomacy can achieve in the Middle East.

Another Massive Dose of Kremlin Diagnoses

Whenever I find myself talking with one of the many mid-level Kremlin officials responsible for formulating policy in one area or another, I can't shake the feeling that they really believe their work is both important and effective.

Some People Just Can't Be Helped

I've almost grown used to it. Every day, I read that a child needs blood. Several friends are involved with charities helping children with cancer and other severe illnesses, so I get this stuff. I steel myself every time I see one of those appeals coming at me, because I know that the story of the child will make me want to cry and the list of requirements for potential donors will make me want to go out and strangle somebody.

Success Found Search Engine King

Unlike other high-profile Internet gurus, Arkady Volozh, co-founder of Russia's largest Internet portal, Yandex, does not sport a ponytail and appears at public functions in a suit and tie.

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