Clifford Levy

Moscow Bureau Chief, 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.

from To the Point

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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