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Spy Charges Fuel Georgian Tensions

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The Federal Security Service said Friday that its agents had caught a Georgian spy and accused Tbilisi of aiding rebels in the North Caucasus in an episode likely to heighten tensions between the countries.

Demand Is Growing in the Bedroom, Too

As consumer spending soars, people are splashing out money in hopes of improving their sex lives.

Gays Ask Medvedev To Permit Parade

The Moscow organizers of a gay-pride parade have appealed to President Dmitry Medvedev to help circumvent a city ban on their event by granting them permission to hold it on federal land within the city.

Sechin Points to Efficiency At Rosneft

Rosneft's stellar growth proves that state control over companies does not necessarily hurt efficiency, Igor Sechin, the company's chairman and newly appointed deputy prime minister, said in comments published Friday.

Siemens Seals OGK-1 Turbines Deal

The $155 million contract is to build one steam and two gas turbines for a power station in Perm.

McCain Is Alone on Russia

The three presumed U.S. presidential candidates rarely mention Russia. When they do, their remarks are critical -- possibly because they are hoping to attract a few more votes from the numerous and well-organized ethnic communities from Ukraine, the Baltics and East Europe.

Committed To Kids

Vadim Menshov left a position in the Soviet bureaucracy for a temporary post as an orphanage director -- and found his calling.

Fashionably Alfresco

Modus follows the fashion-cafe formula so faithfully that you could almost think it was parodying its fellow followers of fashion. The color scheme features plenty of cream and chocolate tones, and naturally, there are paisley patterns on the curtains and cushion covers. There are framed black-and-white photos of fashion models and the like.

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