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

Spartak President Denies Doping

Former Spartak Moscow president Andrei Chervichenko has denied allegations of widespread doping in the Moscow club in 2003.

Russians Build on Dominance

It is hard to believe that the Russian revolution began just a year ago at Roland Garros. In tennis terms, it seems like an age.

Fiery Galloway Denies Abusing UN Program

The British MP also used his appearance before U.S. senators to attack the Bush administration's case for going to war in Iraq.

Iranian Envoy Pays Visit to Iraq

The highest-level visit to Iraq by an official from one of its neighbors comes amid sectarian violence against Sunni and Shiite clerics.

Anti-Castro Exile Held in Miami

Caught between its hard-line policy against Fidel Castro and its war on terrorism, the Bush administration has arrested an anti-Castro exile accused of masterminding a deadly 1976 airliner bombing.

China Cancels Talks Two Days in Advance

China canceled an international conference on human rights, the rule of law and democracy days before it was scheduled to convene in Beijing this week, disappointing scholars who had hoped the event would help spur political openness in the one-party state.

Pop Diva Minogue Has Breast Cancer

Australians from all walks of life, from the prime minister to radio jockeys to schoolgirls, rallied for pop diva Kylie Minogue on Wednesday as she prepared to be hospitalized to fight breast cancer.

Britian Is Baffled by Mysterious Musician

The 6-foot stranger was found wandering in a rainstorm on the Isle of Sheppey in a dark business suit and tie.

China Stands Firm in Trade Disputes

China rejected U.S. pressure for quick action toward revaluing its currency on Wednesday and criticized U.S. and European curbs on surging textile imports as unfair.

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