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Summer, New Brands to Give Beer Market Boost

There's a hiss, a rush of bubbles, golden liquid fills up the glass, and a good head of foam forms. "This was made just two days ago. It's fresh," says Masaru Hemmi, chief brewer of Japan's Kirin Ichiban, checking the side of the bottle and proffering the glass.

Anarchists Claim Blast on MKAD

An obscure anarchist group linked to anti-government attacks on an $8 billion highway project in the Moscow region has claimed responsibility for an explosion near a traffic police post on the Moscow Ring Road this week.

Minsk Must Pay $54M Electric Bill

State-controlled electricity company Inter RAO is poised to slash power supplies to Belarus on Thursday in retaliation for unpaid debts as Belenergo, Belarus' state electrical company, is unable to pay its bill due to the country's currency crisis.

Camp’s Challenge Is Also the Kremlin’s

Eager to shed its reputation of being hostile toward the West and the political opposition, the Seliger camp is aggressively courting international companies and increasing spending to showcase its positive attributes. But so far it has won limited success.

Senior Dagestani Muslim Killed in a Hail of Bullets

A leading Muslim theologian and his nephew were slain in Makhachkala, mowed down in a hail of bullets, in apparent retaliation for his outspoken condemnation of fundamentalist Islam in the North Caucasus, police said Wednesday.

Moscow Weighing Anti-Terror Toilets

The Moscow Times
City Hall is considering public toilet cabins that are self-maintaining, solar-powered and terrorist-proof to replace the not-so-ubiquitous blue cabins that now line public venues, news reports said.

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