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Youzhny Implodes Against Nadal

With two straight sets under his belt, Mikhail Youzhny on Thursday was technically just six games away from defeating world No. 2 Rafael Nadal and advancing to the Wimbledon quarterfinals.

Sharapova Getting Used to Losing Tournaments

Maria Sharapova was gracious and upbeat in defeat, perhaps because she has had a fair amount of experience this year with such one-sided losses.

Politics and Economics are Separate

On Thursday, there was a hearing against Denis Kvasov, the former director of the company that owns, in a Moscow district court. The web site has not been working for days, and Kvasov is charged with violating intellectual property laws.

Russian Double Vision

Are translators natural-born obsessives who were drawn to the field because it provided boundless scope for our nitpicking, or did we start out as normal people whom translation turned into nitpickers and obsessives?

U.S. Hands Over Stolen Documents

The United States on Thursday formally turned over 80 tsarist- and Soviet-era documents that had been stolen from Russian archives and found at U.S. antiquities dealers.

Chechen Wins in Strasbourg

The European Court of Human Rights on Thursday found Russian authorities responsible for the presumed killing of a former speaker of the Chechen parliament in 2000, and ordered the government to pay his mother 40,000 euros ($54,500) in damages.

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