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Moscow tips from international correspondentupdated: Wed Mar 23 2011 09:34:00

Moscow is a city defined by its scale.

Western troops join Russia's Victory Day paradeupdated: Sun May 09 2010 21:23:00

Troops from the United States, Britain and France marched in the annual Victory Day parade through Red Square for the first time Sunday, a step Russia's president called a nod toward their "common victory" in World War II.

Moscow chef serves up edible cathedralupdated: Fri Dec 25 2009 12:01:00

St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, with its colorful onion domes, is an architectural icon. And now you can eat it.

Curfew tightened in violence-hit Kashmirupdated: Mon Oct 06 2008 09:27:00

Indian security forces sealed off Srinagar's center Monday to thwart a rally by separatists and tighten a round-the-clock curfew now in its second day in the violence-torn Himalayan region.

Kashmir placed under indefinite curfewupdated: Sun Oct 05 2008 09:02:00

Indian authorities in Kashmir placed the Himalayan region in an around-the-clock indefinite curfew early Sunday to scuttle a planned pro-independence rally.

Indians arrest Kashmir separatistsupdated: Mon Aug 25 2008 23:11:00

Indian authorities in Kashmir arrested more than a dozen pro-separatist leaders and placed the divided Himalayan region in an around-the-clock curfew to scuttle a planned pro-independence rally Monday.

Putin, Medvedev at a paradeupdated: Sat May 10 2008 08:30:00

Russian president Dmitry Medvedev and newly appointed prime minister Vladimir Putin attend a parade in Moscow.

When CNN met 'Lord of War'updated: Sat Mar 08 2008 05:46:00

Reputed arms dealer Viktor Bout was one of those names in Moscow -- we had heard of him off and on for a while, and had heard of his reputation in the shady underworld of illegal arms deals -- but it was a mystery as to where he was.

Blog: Reflections on Russiaupdated: Fri Jul 06 2007 08:13:00

St. Petersburg is a city I hardly recognize. It is bright and shiny, warm and sunny.

Blog: First impressions of Russiaupdated: Sun Jul 01 2007 23:31:00

Unlike almost everyone else in the CNN "Eye on Russia" team, I had never been to Russia before.

Eye on Russia: Full TV scheduleupdated: Thu Jun 14 2007 07:26:00

CNN International turns the spotlight on Russia, with a week of special programming beginning June 25.

Bush marks V-E Day in Red Squareupdated: Mon May 09 2005 22:03:00

President Bush and dozens of other world leaders attended a celebration Monday in Moscow's Red Square marking the 60th anniversary of the Allied victory over Nazi Germany in World War II.

Bush in Moscow to mark victory in Europeupdated: Sun May 08 2005 20:41:00

President Bush will attend a celebration in Moscow's Red Square Monday marking 60 years since the Allied victory over Nazi Germany in World War II -- putting aside recent tensions between the U.S. and Russia.

Moscow begin Olympic presentationupdated: Mon Mar 14 2005 10:51:00

Moscow have begun a four-day courtship of Olympic inspectors, wooing them with glitzy presentations for the right to stage the 2012 Games.

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Fortune: SOME STILL GO FOR GORBYupdated: Mon Aug 12 1991 00:01:00

Even though Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev didn't get the cash he'd hoped for at the annual Group of Seven meeting in London -- the leaders of the seven richest countries promised technical exp...

Fortune: STRETCHING U.S.-SOVIET RELATIONSupdated: Mon Jun 05 1989 00:01:00

The quintessential capitalist coach, the stretch limo, is now purring through the streets of Moscow. It is not a stripped-down version either. There's a stereo, a bar -- and even a VCR in case you ...

Fortune: Nothing to lose but your changeupdated: Mon Apr 11 1988 00:01:00

If you think the IRS is a humorless and implacable foe, try sending your 1040 to the taxman in Moscow. Since 1943, Soviet citizens have had to pay some form of graduated income tax, whose rates asc...

Fortune: Freedom flierupdated: Mon Dec 21 1987 00:01:00

Leave it to Paul-Loup Sulitzer, the Gallic writer of ''financial westerns'' and all-round champion of free enterprise, to go out and buy the Cessna 172 airplane that young Mathias Rust landed near ...

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