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Bakiyev Agrees to Resign, With Conditions

After being given an ultimatum by the interim government to surrender by the end of the day Tuesday, the ousted Kyrgyz president has agreed to talks on condition that his and his family's safety would be guaranteed.

Investigators Point to Pilot Error in Polish Crash

Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov said the plane's flight recorders were discovered in good condition and showed that air traffic controllers at Severny Airport, where the plane was to land, had relayed their concerns to the pilots.

U.S. Lawmaker Riled Over Prokhorov's Nets Purchase

Mikhail Prokhorov's purchase of the New Jersey Nets has encountered yet another obstacle from unhappy locals after a U.S. congressman from the struggling NBA team's home state asked the Treasury Department to investigate the billionaire's alleged business in Zimbabwe.

High-Speed Moscow-St. Petersburg Train 'Sabotaged'

The Sapsan train, which travels from Moscow to St. Petersburg at 200 kilometers to 250 kilometers per hour, has provoked the outrage of those who live near the railway, many of whom have already vented their anger by pelting the passing train with rocks and ice.

Bulgaria Favored For Real Estate Purchases

While it used to be the destination of choice for middle-age Russians looking for vacation homes, Bulgaria is now turning into a haven for retirees looking for a cheap place to live away from Russian winters.

Ultranationalist Link Seen in Judge's Killing

Eduard Chuvashov, 47, who was gunned down as he left his apartment Monday morning, was most likely targeted because of his tough verdicts in trials involving ultranationalists, a law enforcement source said.

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