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The Soviet August Coup still resonates 20 years later
Ukraine's trial of Yulia Tymoshenko backfires
In Russia, a blogger takes on powerful Putin
Medvedev speech: nod or challenge to Putin's upper hand?
Russia praises bin Laden operation, seeks greater counterterror cooperation with US
Kazakhstan's snap elections draw international criticism
Biden's Moscow visit reaffirms US-Russia 'reset'
To ease investment jitters, Medvedev allies float Khordorkovsky release
Russia World Cup 2018: Another score for powerful Putin?
WikiLeaks: Russians smell anti-Obama conspiracy
WikiLeaks ready to drop a bombshell on Russia. But will Russians get to read about it?
Russian protesters defy Putin warning – and meet tough response
Russia to finish Iran nuclear plant but won't deliver missiles
Russian spies: US case could derail Medvedev, boost Putin
Ten years on, Russia's Putin has gone from 'nobody' to unshakeably powerful
Russians hail Georgia deal as big win
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China to Russia: You're putting us in a tight spot
Protests in Kashmir after 67 students suspended for cheering the wrong team
Sen. Bob Corker 'disappointed' in US handling of Syrian humanitarian crisis
Is military better handling its sexual assault problem? Congress is watching.
Portrait of Millennials: Call them Generation Unaffiliated
Obama, touting a college education, urges seniors: fill out financial aid form
US economy adds 175,000 jobs despite hard winter: Is stronger growth ahead?
The 2014 Oscars: and the winner is...!
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Mass. upskirt photos now illegal as lawmakers keep their promise
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Why President Obama stopped calling Turkish leader Erdogan
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