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Sharapova Falls as Top Seeds Tumble

Vera Zvonareva staged a remarkable comeback to send defending champion Maria Sharapova crashing out of the Pacific Life Open on Tuesday, completing an afternoon of major upsets in the women's draw.

A Changing Partnership

On Wednesday, there was a major reception at the British Embassy to mark the departure of the Department for International Development, or DFID, the British government's bilateral development program. DFID has been active in Russia since the early 1990s and has funded over 800 projects.

Mugabe Is Creating His Own Mandela

Morgan Tsvangirai is not a household name in much of the world, but he stands a chance of becoming for Zimbabwe what Nelson Mandela was for South Africa -- especially if his country's ruling regime persists in its self-destructive attempts to crush him.

A Vote Worth Forgetting

The level of media interest in Sunday's regional elections was rivaled only by the level of indifference on the part of the general public.

Celebrate Paddy's Day

Moscow is turning a little bit green this weekend as the city celebrates St. Patrick's Day.

Stylish Sausage Spots

There was a time when beer was married to crayfish and no silly sausage could come between them.

Venturing to Vologda

Vologda makes for a good weekend destination, or a starting point for a longer trip around the Russian north.

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