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02/26/2007

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Raising the Bar

Moscow's best-known foreign restaurateur says doing business in Russia has become easier in the past 14 years.

Ask the Boss

What should you do about staff who take a lot of time off work, whether it's an inordinate amount of sick leave or to care for their children?

Appointments

Sergei Schelkalin, 35, an authorized auditor, has joined Norr Stiefenhofer Lutz's Moscow office to head the tax department there, the company has announced.

Yorkshire on Khodynka

It's like visiting a space colony on the moon, only with a quaint English pub incongruously attached.

Restaurant News

Vnukovo International Airport has made life easier for those observing the Veliky Post fast.

Spartak to Remember '82 Stadium Tragedy

Twenty-five years after a disaster now acknowledged as the world's worst football tragedy, players from Spartak and Dutch side Haarlem will meet for a memorial match at the ground where some 340 people are believed to have died.

Bomber Kills 22 at Baghdad College

Guards stop the bomber in the lobby, but are unable to prevent the attack.

Iran Says Its Nuclear Program Is Irreversible

Iran has no reverse gear in its nuclear program, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Sunday, while an Iranian deputy foreign minister vowed that Tehran was prepared for any eventuality, ""even for war.""

U.S. Tests Its Bomb-Attack Response Plan

Dozens of high-level officials joined in a White House drill Saturday to see how the government would respond if several cities were attacked simultaneously by bombs similar to those commonly used against U.S. troops in Iraq.

Indonesian Boat Sinks, People Aboard

The ferry, which caught fire last week, killing 42, sinks with investigators on board.

Cheney's Plane Fixed During Singapore Stop

U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, who visited Asia-Pacific allies Japan and Australia last week, left Singapore on Sunday afternoon after his plane underwent minor repairs and refueled.

U.S. Christians Seek '08 Voice

A group of influential Christian conservatives and their allies emerged from a private meeting at a Florida resort this month dissatisfied with the Republican presidential field and uncertain where to turn.

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