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09/10/2007

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Unhappy Anniversary

This year marks the 200th anniversary of official relations between Russia and the United States.

Wars, Water and Well-Being

UNICEF's Russia representative has spent more than two decades helping people in the world's hotspots.

First Person

Tatyana Isuk, owner of Mastera Kukol doll- and costume-making company

Tasty Beers in the Burbs

Beer restaurants outside the center just keep improving with each and every opening, or so it would seem judging by the recent opening of Piffnoi.

Restaurant News

Good news for sandwich lovers -- the newly merged Pret-A-Manger clones Pyat Zvyozd and Prime have begun operating as one chain, now to be known as Prime Star.

Russia Gives Macedonia 3-0 Thrashing

Russia beat Macedonia 3-0 in a Euro 2008 Group E qualifier Saturday to stay on track for next year's finals.

The Inconsistent Succession

Trying to guess the identity of President Vladimir Putin's choice as his successor and how he or she will come to power is a game that just continues to grow in popularity.

Russians Are Welcome But Georgians Are Not

The seafront at Sukhumi, in Abkhazia, is full of ghosts. Ghosts of those killed in the war and of those who fled, taking whatever they could with them.

News in Brief

Rogozin on Patriots List?Belarussian Jailed12 Presbyterians Go HungryNew Karabakh Leader25th Body Found in Baku4 Convicted Over Bear Paws

EU Ministers Call for Tougher Russia Line

The European Union must be tougher in its dealings with a newly assertive Russia during the final months of President Vladimir Putin's rule, EU foreign ministers said.

Schröder Criticizes U.S. Missile Plan

U.S. plans to deploy parts of a missile defense shield in Poland and the Czech Republic are ""politically dangerous,"" former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder said while promoting a book in Moscow on Saturday.

NATO Asks Moscow to Clarify Ties

NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer said the alliance wanted ""a solid, trustful"" relationship with Russia and that it was up to Moscow to clarify whether it wanted the same.

Ethnic Russian Killed in Ingushetia

An ethnic Russian woman was shot dead Friday in Ingushetia, amplifying fears that Russians are being targeted in an effort by insurgents to destabilize the republic.

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