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Derlei Stays Put Despite Turbulence at Dynamo

Dynamo Moscow's Brazilian-born forward Derlei has not been ruffled by the whirlwind of transfer dealings at the police team in the past few weeks and will instead focus on helping the club win the Russian Premier League title, he said in an interview with Sport-Express on Wednesday.

Fired-Up Kirilenko Sedates Raptors

Andrei Kirilenko spent much of the fourth quarter on the verge of his first career triple-double and the first for the Utah Jazz since 1999.

Seeds, Russians Shine in Australia

With Andy Roddick's personal cheering section leading the way, it was a red, white and blue day at the Australian Open.

Russians Skate Toward Gold at Euro Champs

Russia's Tatyana Totmyanina and Maxim Marinin overcame recent physical ailments and took their first step toward a fifth-straight continental pairs title Tuesday, leading after the short program at the European Figure Skating Championships.

An Executive Branch Boris Yeltsin Could Love

The contract that ended the gas war between Russia and Ukraine has been the source of great confusion, consternation and argument since it was signed on Jan 4.

A Different Kind of Chilling Effect

What am I doing? As I write, I have before me a ticket that will bring me back to Moscow shortly before you read this. Meanwhile, a quick survey of Russian blogs shows that things are worse there (here) than they have ever been.

The United States and Pakistan Need to Talk

Pakistani officials claim last week's U.S. bombing of a village killed not its intended target, No. 2 al-Qaida leader Ayman Zawahiri, but at least 17 others, including women and children.

The Paradox of Corruption

A lot has been written about the recent gas deal that Gazprom reached with Ukraine, but most of it only proves that no one has the slightest idea what really happened.

Tokyo Exchange Closes After Trade Overload

The Tokyo Stock Exchange halted trading for just the second time in its 56-year history after a surge in orders overloaded computer systems.

Google to Buy Radio Ad Sales Unit

Google said Tuesday that it would spend up to $1.24 billion to buy dMarc Broadcasting, whose software can allow marketers to send advertisements directly to local radio stations.

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