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Shevardnadze's Window on History

Since his ouster in the bloodless Rose Revolution in November 2003, former Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze has lived in old-fashioned elegance in the diplomatic quarter above Tbilisi.

Multiple Exposure

Lately, the world can't seem to make up its mind about Russia. The two main schools split over how they view the rollback of freedoms on which everyone is pretty much agreed. What best describes Russia in the last 15 years and especially the last five? Two steps forward and one step back, or two steps forward and two steps back?

Milosevic Gets Hero's Burial in His Hometown

The burial of the former Serbian leader before up to 20,000 admirers ends one of the bloodiest chapters in Balkan history.

L'Oreal Seduces Body Shop With $1Bln

France's L'Oreal is to buy The Body Shop in a ""seductive"" £652 million ($1.14 billion) deal to unite the world's top cosmetics group with the British ethically sourced beauty product retailer.

Novosibirsk Chemist in FSB Investigation

Oleg Korobeinichev heads a laboratory that studies fire and has worked with the U.S. Army Research Office.

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