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Fradkov's Point Is Short on Development

Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov told a Cabinet committee Monday that he believed the time was ripe to start ""stimulating industrial production without concentrating too much on the cost.""

Mobility Benefits

Could Europeans or Americans stomach the site of millions of illegal immigrants being deported?

Liberal Words, State Capitalist Behavior

Economic Development and Trade Minister German Gref said Monday that the government would stick to an economic policy that was as liberal as possible.

Starving the Planet's People to Feed Its Cars

High oil prices are much more than just a drain on drivers' pocketbooks or a sign of tough economic times ahead; they could also prove to be a leading indicator of the unraveling of our global civilization.

Syrian Militants Attack U.S. Embassy

Islamic militants kill a Syrian guard outside the compound, but no U.S. injuries are reported.

Hamas to Soften View on Israel

The Islamic militant group Hamas is prepared to back peace efforts with Israel as part of the new coalition government being formed by the Palestinians, a spokesman for the outgoing Hamas-led administration said Tuesday.

Convictions in 1993 Bombing Trial

A special court found four members of the same family guilty Tuesday in the first verdicts in the case of India's deadliest terror attack, the 1993 Mumbai bombings that killed 257.

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