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Fed Cup Coach Finally Gets Visa

Russia Fed Cup captain Shamil Tarpishchev will be able to attend this weekend's semifinal against the United States in Vermont after receiving an eleventh-hour U.S. visa on Thursday.

Russophobia, Anglophobia and Lugovoi

There has been much talk in the past couple of days that Russian-British relations are undergoing an unprecedented crisis.

Shame on You!

One of the crackpot theories I've been nurturing over the years is that the world's nations can be divided into two groups: those who are prone to guilt and those who are prone to shame.

Lawyer Says He'll Defend Berezovsky

A Moscow court on Thursday adjourned a trial in absentia of exiled billionaire Boris Berezovsky on fraud charges, as the court-appointed defense lawyer said he would defend him ""professionally.""

Rosneft Wins More Yukos Assets in Auction

Rosneft won an auction of property and equipment of bankrupt oil firm Yukos on Thursday, paying 5.85 billion rubles ($229 million) for assets that may help the state-controlled major secure large crude reserves.

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