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Malkin Taking NHL by Storm

Evgeni Malkin is already more than comfortable in the NHL. The former Metallurg player scored for the third straight game, leading the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 5-3 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday night.

Sharapova Claims Title After Convincing Win

U.S. Open champion Maria Sharapova claimed her fourth title of the year Sunday by beating unseeded Slovak Daniela Hantuchova 6-1, 4-6, 6-3 in the final of the Zurich Open.

Safin Confident in Spite of Nalbandian Defeat

Marat Safin said a rare loss to David Nalbandian on Friday would not give the Argentine a psychological advantage ahead of December's Davis Cup final in Moscow.

A Bun in Moscow's Oven

How 30 years of baking led one Scotsman from army kitchen to Russia's bread-market capital.

First Person

I graduated from Moscow's Bauman Institute as a mechanical engineer in vacuum technology, and after graduation I worked for three years in a scientific enterprise.


Dr. Thomas Mundry joined the Moscow office of Norr Stiefenhofer Lutz as a local partner on Oct. 1, the law firm has announced.

Shellfish and a Shampoo

Probably the only restaurant in town that offers Kamchatka crab legs in a ginger sauce and a haircut on the side is Restoran Morskikh Gadov.

Restaurant News

The Grabli chain has introduced a special menu of low-kilojoule, steamed dishes, designed to suit the needs of those who are watching their weight as well as those with sensitive or upset stomachs.

Bombings in Baghdad Kill at Least 5

The U.S. military, meanwhile, plays down a U.S. diplomat's unusually candid assessment of Iraq.

More 9/11 Remains Discovered

New York said Friday that it would search parts of the World Trade Center site again for remains of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attack after several bones were pulled out of an abandoned manhole -- a discovery that renewed anger among victims' families.

Gaza Security Rally Over Pay

Palestinian security demanding overdue salaries from the Hamas government blocked main Gaza Strip intersections on Sunday and forced shopkeepers to shutter their stores, in the widening faceoff between the ruling party and forces loyal to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

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