Clifford Levy

Moscow Bureau Chief, New York Times

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Moscow Bureau Chief for the New York Times

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In Moscow today,  Mikhail Khodorkovsky  has been found guilty on embezzlement charges.

Moscow Tycoon Convicted of Embezzlement

In Moscow today, Mikhail Khodorkovsky has been found guilty on embezzlement charges.

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In the biggest US-Russian spy swap since the Cold War, ten alleged spies arrested in the United States last month may on their way to Moscow.

A Good Old-Fashioned Spy Swap?

In the biggest US-Russian spy swap since the Cold War, ten alleged spies arrested in the United States last month may on their way to Moscow.

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In the biggest US-Russian spy swap since the Cold War, ten alleged spies arrested in the United States last month may on their way to Moscow.

A Good Old-Fashioned Spy Swap?

In the biggest US-Russian spy swap since the Cold War, ten alleged spies arrested in the United States last month may on their way to Moscow.

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