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An Intellectual Property Rights Headache

In the past few months, Russian and international political circles have been focusing on Russia's presidency of the Group of Eight and its agenda for the summit in St. Petersburg in July.

Lukashenko's Task

The presidential election in Belarus this Sunday pits the hard-line incumbent Alexander Lukashenko against two opposition candidates, Alexander Kozulin and Alexander Milinkevich.

Smertin Pens 4-Year Deal With Dynamo

Russia captain Alexei Smertin has signed a four-year contract with Dynamo Moscow, ending his three-season stint in the English Premier League.

Mystery Disease Has Chechnya Baffled

Authorities say the outbreak of a mystery disease that affected dozens of children and adults could have been triggered by a form of stress-related mass hysteria.

International Hospitality Reaches Urals

Mid-range international hotel chain Park Inn finally entered the Russian market last week, with the opening of a 160-room property in Yekaterinburg.

$50M Expansion for Kremlin Museum

The State Kremlin Museum, the repository of Russia's national regalia and home to some of its most important historical landmarks, is celebrating its 200th birthday with construction later this year of a $50 million building to increase exhibition and office space.

Invasion of the Tree-Snatchers

In the dead of night, shadowy figures armed with axes, drills and poison are leaving a trail of death around Sydney's wealthiest suburbs.

Talabani Presses For Coalition

Iraq's president pressed political parties on Monday to accelerate efforts to form a broad government to arrest a slide into civil war after bomb blasts in a Baghdad Shiite slum killed 52 people.

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