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Zenit Has a Mountain to Scale

Zenit St. Petersburg will have to outscore its opponent by at least three goals if it is to have any chance of advancing in Thursday's UEFA Cup quarterfinal, second-leg match against Seville at Petrovsky Stadium in the imperial capital.

On Treatment of Foreigners at Home and Abroad

I am an Asian staying in Moscow and would like to comment on the horrible issue of racism in Russia today.

The Real Chemical Threat

This American television season, the Fox TV hit series ""24"" revolves around the threat of chemical terrorism.

Human Rights and the Church

The Russian Orthodox Church has decided to get into the human rights business. The 10th World Russian Peoples' Council, which got under way this week, plans to adopt its own human rights platform.

A Marriage of Convenience

None of the parties that contested last month's election in Ukraine can be entirely satisfied with the result.

A Long Trip to a Mine and a Longer Trip Back

I visited a reprivatized coal mine last week, high up in the Tien Shan Mountains in Kyrgyzstan.

A Tricky Turning Point to Marketing Success

The room fills with positive energy when Tess Stobie enters. Her confident, warm smile instantly shows that she is one of those people whose glass is always half full.

'Free Medicine' Budget on the Rise

Increases in health spending are putting advanced drugs in the hands of more cancer patients, hemophiliacs and others, Health and Social Development Minister Mikhail Zurabov said Wednesday.

Ecologists Fret as Water Code Clears the Duma

Defying protests from conservationists, the State Duma on Wednesday gave final approval to the Water Code -- legislation that, among other things, will allow more economic activity near lakes, rivers and seas.

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