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Press Review

IZVESTIA (3/3/2006)

18 directors of St. Pet. schools are going to bee administratively responsible, and two teachers criminally responsible. (1, 5) The story explains the situation. (1, 5)

Another metro railroad plans to be built by the Moscow' s authorities. The head of Moscow metro gave an interview about this plan. (1, 7)

The Cabinet on Thursday talked about how to double GDP. The story gives more details. (1, 2) Kommersant (2)

Emergency Situation Ministry is passing exercises in several regions of Russia in how to fight against bird flu. The story gives details. (1, 3)

Representatives of HAMAS are coming to Moscow on Friday. The story reflects on upcoming visit. (1, 4)

Chechen President Alu ALkhanov submits Ramzan Kadirov' s candidacy into the Prime Minister' s post. The story talks about the situation. (2) Kommersant (3)

The Prosecutor' s General Office has pressed charges against Boris Berezovskiy of attempt to do revolution in Russia. Request about his extradition To Russia has been sent to London. (3)

Georgian National Movement party saying that it found a way to ruin Russia offers to all former Soviet states to appeal to the International Court in Gaage, Georgia against Russia. The story gives more details. (4)

A Stockholm court decided to prolong Russian Andrey Zamyanin custody for two more weeks. Zamyanin was detained on Feb. 15 suspected of spying. Brief. (4)

A Chita' s military court convicted six deserters, who deserted a base in March 2005 killing 6 officers. The story talks about the situation. (5) Kommersant (5)

Head of Ernst & Yung Global Paul Ostling gave an interview about economic situation in Russia. (10)

KOMMERSANT (3/3/2006)

The Prosecutor' s General Office has pressed charges against Boris Berezovskiy of attempt to do revolution in Russia. Request about his extradition To Russia has been sent to London. The story gives details and clarifications of the situation. (1, 4)

Minsk' s police beat and detained Alexander Kozulin, leader of the Social Democratic party and one of four candidates in the elections. The story gives more details. (1, 11)

President Putin finished his visit to Prague, Czech on Thursday. Before he left he met with the Czech Prime Minister and speakers of the both parliaments. He laid flowers at Soviet soldier' s graves in a summitry. And made it to stop for some beer and sausages in a beerhouse. The story gives more details. (2)

The story talks about former Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov' s lame visit to Bryansk. (3)

The State Duma' s deputies Oleg Kovalev and Vladimir Fedosov suggested to make some changes in Duma' s regulations, at a press conference on Thursday in Moscow. The story explains the situation. (3)

Chechen Interior Ministry wants to former head of Import-Export Company Anton Wilhelm, German citizen. He is accused of stilling 41 million rubles. The story gives more details. (4)

The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg ruled on Thursday committed Russia to pay out 5, 000 euro to NBP activist Valentina Dolgovaya for suspending sentence. The story gives more details. (6)

The story talks about a young man whose blood-vessel, that should be needle size grew up in four centimeters around and can burst any time. The story explains the situation. (7)

KOMMERSANT (4/3/2006)

Representatives of HAMAS arrived to Moscow on Friday. The story reflects on upcoming visit. (1, 4)

Brief about the US $ which fell down to 27, 895 rubles for one. The story gives more details. (1)

Rosoboronexport and AvtoVaz signed a partnership agreement on Friday The story explains the situation. (1)

President Putin demanded on Friday from Health Minister Mikhail Zurabov to increase pension raise from 6 up to 8, 5%. The story giv3es more details. (2)

The Central Elector Committee gathered on a meeting dedicated to 100-years to Russian parliamentary. The story describes the situation. (3)

Deputies of the Karelian legislative assembly reelected Sergey Katabnadov as a head of the republic. The story gives more details. (3)

Pleadings about former head of Rosinkor Dmitriy Velichko took place at Moscpw' s Basmaniy court on Friday. The story gives more details. (4)

Moscow prosecutor' s office announced Friday about disclosing a 21-year old Moldovian, who is suspected of killing NTV' s correspondent Ilya Zimin. The story gives more details. (4)

Britain' s foreign minister Jack Straw received Boris Berezovskiy' s latter about his statements towards Russia. The story gives letter' s comments. (4)

The Federal Council approved the bill of advertisement but willing to make some amendments in some issues. The story gives more details. (5)

The story talks about AirUnion planning to introduce air taxi in Russia. (5)

NOVIE IZVESTIYA (6/3/2006)

Head of Central Election Commission Alexander Veshnyakov gives an interview about the department' s preparation for the elections to the region' s parliaments, which are going to pass March 12. (1, 2)

The European Council have informed Russia a couple of days ago that the moratorium on death penalty is not enough and urged to ratify the convention about its abolishment. But Vice-Speaker of the State Duma Lubov Sliska said on Saturday that the penalty could be introduced in some regions. The story reflects on the situation. (2)

One of the world' s best air squadrons " Rus" is under the threat of closing. The squadron does not have finance to repair its jets. The same situation is starting to happen with " Russian Vityaz" and " Strizhi" (6)

After passing the counteraction to terrorism bill, some of the St. Pet' s officials suggested to writ on plane tickets " Plane maybe shot down" this will reduce the number of passengers and the bill will be turned down. (7)

GAZETA (6/3/2006)

Military doctors for the first time told to journalists about the Andrey Sychev' s condition, the soldier who was beaten by his fellows at Chelyabinsk tank academy. (8)

ROSSIYSKAYA GAZETA (6/3/2006)

Winston Churchill delivered his famous ' Iron Curtain' speech March 5 1946. The story talks about the situation comparing some event and what have been achieved. (1, 3)