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Tennis Chief: Russian Game in Good Shape

There is no stagnation in Russian tennis at the moment, the country's tennis chief, Shamil Tarpishchev, insisted in a Sport-Express interview published Wednesday.

Lessons Learned in the Iraqi Town of Tall Afar

When our Humvee squeezed through the labyrinthine streets of Tall Afar late last year, what immediately struck me was that the U.S. soldiers were living in the heart of this war-scarred city among the local people.

Moscow Market Not Yet Ripe for BlackBerry

BlackBerry, the device that brought mobile e-mail into mainstream U.S. corporate culture, remains something of a forbidden fruit in Moscow almost a year after its creator announced a deal to enter the Russian market.

No Break for Arts School for Disabled

Budget cuts trouble a school that serves disabled and able-bodied students with artistic talent.

Charitable Bowling for a Big Change

The Big Change Educational Center and Charitable Fund is holding a bowling competition on April 18 to raise money for its Moscow school. Sixteen lanes are to be booked at the Samolyot entertainment complex on Presnensky Val, and teams of four are invited to enter.

EU to Tackle High Cell Roaming Fees

The European Union said Tuesday it will force mobile phone companies to scrap the ""unjustified"" high cost of using a phone abroad after they failed to cut prices over the past six months.

Poland and Europe Clash on Bank Deal

Forget the Polish plumber, last year's notorious symbol of Europhobia. Meet the Italian banker.

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