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

Building Houses Now Demolishes New Peace

Maybe Prime Minister Ariel Sharon of Israel doesn't quite get it yet, but this new era of hope in the Middle East means he needs to restrain his instincts for settlement building.

Baltic States Still Not Sorry and the War on Drugs

Congratulations! At last a measured and objective article about the three Baltic States' requests and their longing for some recognition of what was meted out to the inhabitants of those countries during the two occupations.

From Rivalries to Dialogue

President Vladimir Putin's meeting in Paris with EU leaders took place as relations between the Russian Federation and its key Western partners -- the United States, the European Union and EU member states -- are at a new low.

Team Spirit Motivates Mobile Wunderkind

To say that Maxim Nogotkov is a people person might seem only fair when you consider his line of work.


James Portrusching has been appointed the executive chef of the Sheraton Palace Hotel.

Still Working on the Railroad

Your name is Ivan Ivanovich. You are the director of a company that makes aluminum or cuts timber or mines coal somewhere in the middle of Russia, and you want to ship your product to customers located hundreds of kilometers away. How do you get it there?

Soviet Icicles And Red Tape

This winter the St. Petersburg city government introduced a new invention to protect residents from falling icicles, which kill or seriously injure several people in the city each year.

Bomb Kills 3, Heightens Tension in Lebanon

International leaders reiterate their demands that Syria withdraw troops from Lebanon in time for upcoming elections.

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