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Moscow's Dead Cities

Visitors to local cemeteries can uncover interesting legends and intriguing monuments.

Treasure Hunt: Women's Day Presents

International Women's Day is one of the most important national holidays in Russia.

Tourist Appeal to a ""T""

Pivnoi Club T is a new beer restaurant that has opened in the former premises of the restaurant Osteria.

Chef's Secrets: Pasta With Lobster

By Kirill Karmalov
A recipe from Bocconcino's head chef Kirill Karmalov.

McCain Caught in a Dilemma

Republican presidential candidate John McCain has a big decision ahead of him -- picking a vice presidential running mate whose presence on the ticket would reassure Americans concerned about his age.

Clinton, Obama Court Voters in Ohio

U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama waged a tight campaign fight across Ohio on the eve of crucial voting that could virtually nail down the Democratic nomination or prolong the party battle into the spring.

Prince Harry Hopes to Return to Combat

The Associated Press
Prince Harry, home from his abandoned military mission to Afghanistan, says he hopes to return to combat zones as soon as possible.

Hamas Claims Victory as Israel Exits

Israeli troops pulled out of the Gaza Strip on Monday after a U.S. appeal to rescue peace talks and end days of fighting that have killed more than 100 Palestinians.

HSBC Posts 10% Rise in Profit

HSBC's profits rose 10 percent last year as strong gains in Asia helped Europe's biggest bank absorb a $17.2 billion hit for bad debts largely due to U.S. housing problems.

$5.8Bln Merger Will Create World's No. 2 Zinc Producer

The Associated Press
Australian miner Oxiana has agreed to buy sector rival Zinifex in a share swap worth 6.2 billion Australian dollars ($5.8 billion), the two companies said Monday, to create the world's second-largest producer of zinc.

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