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Press Review

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

Democrats Do Novgorod

If you believe reports, the city of Novgorod has been struck by a communal services catastrophe.

A Deputy Prosecutor's Political Schizophrenia

Employees at the St. Petersburg Prosecutor's Office must be schizophrenic.

Zero-Sum Game on the Caspian

A possible deployment of American troops to Azerbaijan has been a topic of contention for years, not only between Baku and Moscow, but also between Russia and the United States.

Mock Liberalism

Some people are still under the mistaken impression that President Vladimir Putin's state of the nation address was predominately liberal in tone.

CSKA Faces a Depleted Parma

Parma coach Pietro Carmignani's preoccupation with his side's relegation battle will mean he again fields a weakened line-up for his UEFA Cup semifinal, first-leg clash against CSKA Moscow on Thursday.

Generation N, Hope for Beslan and More Sausage

In her comment, Nina Khrushcheva returns to her training and her native land to opine on how literature and Russian readership are the potential salvation of Russia and particularly Russian youth.

Russian Team Eyes American

U.S. basketball player J.R. Holden has been included in the list of candidates to play for the Russian national team at the European Championships in September, Sport-Express reported Wednesday.

Israeli Demonstrators Stream Into Gaza Strip

Authorities expect as many as 100,000 to protest the Gaza pullout plan initiated by Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.

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