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Kerzhakov Hat Trick as Russia Routs Andorra

Alexander Kerzhakov notched a hat trick as Russia routed Andorra 4-0 in its Euro 2008 Group E qualifier on Saturday.

Viva La Glam Diva

How Sergei Zverev came from nowhere to become Russia's star stylist.

First Person

When I was a child I liked non-traditional forms of transport -- electric cabs, bike cars. At the age of 12, they gave me a technical achievement award in the Pioneers for making a one-person car.

Beers by the Bolshoi

Given the frequency with which restaurants open and close on the patio opposite the Bolshoi Theater, it would seem that the rents charged must be very high indeed.

Restaurant News

French restaurant Riviere has announced what has to be one of summer's more innovative culinary promotions.

The State of Trust in Markets

President Vladimir Putin likes the idea of domestic initial public offerings for state-owned companies, and for good reason.

Relatively Peaceful Days With Shooting at Night

The Georgian soldiers on the de facto border of the South Ossetian conflict zone seemed concerned for my welfare.

One Nation, Under Song

Quick-marching my way through a metro underpass rife with medal-bedecked veterans on Victory Day last month, I suddenly found my undefended left eardrum under attack from a spirited chorus of ""Katyusha,"" an up-tempo ballad from World War II.

Chaos in Gaza Nurtures The Seeds of Al-Qaida

A man sits alone, clad in red by his captors, addressing the camera. The Internet video is adorned with the symbols of radical Islam. So far, so familiar.

G8 Protesters Clash With Police

Protesters with black hoods and bandanas covering their faces showered police with rocks and beer bottles before the heavily armored officers drove them back with water cannons and tear gas during a rally against an upcoming Group of Eight summit.

Veterans Turn to Parrots for Healing

A dog may be a man's best friend. But for some traumatized war veterans, parrots are proving even more of a help. Rescued and abused parrots are helping veterans turn their lives around in a unique program launched at a Los Angeles Veterans Affairs facility.

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