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Russia Beats the Czechs to Claim Cup Victory

Russia scored three early goals and held on to edge the Czech Republic 4-3 Sunday to win the Ceska Pojistovna Cup.

Dispute Pits Deripaska Against Cheburashka

A hotel developer says it owns the land that Soyuzmultfilm has occupied since 1946.

$77M Golf Complex to Be Built on Uglich Bogland

German investors looking to give the country's burgeoning golf industry a boost are building a $77 million golf resort in Uglich, 240 kilometers north of Moscow.

Sharapova, Safin, Murray Advance at the U.S.

Maria Sharapova continued her march through the U.S. Open by beating fellow Russian Yelena Likhovtseva 6-3, 6-2 in the third round Sunday.

A 'Spaceship' to Land in St. Pete

St. Petersburg has chosen a Japanese-designed ""spaceship"" as the new home of the city's beloved football team, Zenit.

After Beslan, the Media Are in Shackles

Two years ago the new school term began in horror for the town of Beslan in North Ossetia. Terrorists seized School No. 1, and in the tragic events that followed, 332 civilians were killed, including 186 children.

Interview With an Editor

he sale of Kommersant publishing house to businessman Alisher Usmanov, president of a Gazprom subsidiary, has been a cause for massive speculation in journalistm circles.

Opposition as an Inside Job

The long-running soap opera of the Kremlin's attempts to create an opposition has aired a couple of new episodes over the past few weeks.

Kazakh Elite Looks for a Monarchical System

Russian elites aren't the only ones worrying about maintaining influence after a transfer of power.

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