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Questions Are Tougher in Life After Journalism

Just 18 months ago, when I thought of my many television journalist colleagues who had been placed on the blacklist of ""undesirables"" and deprived of the right to work in their profession, I thought of how hard it must be for them to find meaningful work.

What the People Won't Get to Hear

Holding the World Association of Newspapers conference in the capital of Vladimir Putin's Russia this year was a bold move, rather like holding a pork producers' convention in a Muslim country.

Victims of Their Own System

What do the arrests of Alexei Barinov, the governor of the Nenets autonomous district, and Volgograd Mayor Yevgeny Ishchenko have in common? They were both surgical strikes against LUKoil.

The Sticky Tray and Other Money-Change Scams

There are plenty of reasons for leaving a Moscow currency exchange feeling ripped off these days -- and the plummeting dollar may be the least of them.

Russians Warm to Idea of Hiddink

While most of the world's top players are busy preparing for the World Cup, members of the Russian team are heading for their holidays.

Kuznetsova Beats Safina in See-Saw Quarterfinal

Svetlana Kuznetsova recovered from an atrocious start to beat fellow Russian Dinara Safina 7-6, 6-0 in the French Open quarterfinals on Tuesday.

World's Incentives Presented to Iran

EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana gave Iranian officials on Tuesday a package of incentives that represents a major initiative by world powers to persuade Iran to curb its nuclear program.

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