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Historic building ablaze   Two killed battling blaze in a 19th-century landmark building off Red Square   Landslide Putin shrugs off critics  President has pledged to open up Russian politics and the media to divergent voices   Putin 'to avenge' Chechen killing  Chechen Prime Minister Abramov has taken over as the new leader of the republic Billionaire Khodorkovsky in court Russia 'warned U.S. about Saddam' Court backs freezing Yukos assets Police raid Yukos headquarters  Special interior ministry officers have sealed offices in the headquarters of tax-troubled oil company Forbes Editor shot dead  Paul Klebnikov, 41, the editor of Russian edition of the financial magazine has been shot dead near his office   Khodorkovsky pleads not guilty  The billionaire and an associate set out to steal state property, a court hears Fears ease as Yukos keeps pumping Russians mourn plane crash victims   Suicide bomber kills 9  A female bomber killed 9 people and herself when she detonated a bomb outside a subway station Putin under pressure over siege  Families in Beslan are facing a 3rd day burying their dead as the government comes under growing pressure Rally against terrorism  Thousands are staging a somber demonstration, protesting and mourning the victims of the school siege in the Caucasus $10m reward for Chechen rebels  A military official said Moscow was prepared to strike at terrorists around the world Putin tightens grip on security
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Police hunt train bombers  Investigators are searching for clues as to who was behind. Chechen leaders have condemned the blast Presidential candidate Rybkin missing  State prosecutors have opened and cancelled a murder inquiry. Rybkin was linked to self-exiled tycoon Berezovsky Missing presidential candidate found Rybkin 'was kidnapped' Roof collapse kills 26  The glass roof was covering a bustling water park, the Transvaal Park. 110 injured Hope fades for roof collapse survivors  Rescue workers pumped warm air into the ruins in the hope the action would help those still trapped   Putin fires premier and Cabinet  President has dismissed Kasyanov and his Cabinet just 2 weeks ahead of the country's presidential election Putin names Fradkov as prime minister Blast destroys building   Putin claims second term
Powell presses Putin on democracy Metro blast kills 39


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  Voters overwhelmingly handed Vladimir Putin a second 4-year term as president in a widely-expected outcome
 
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  President has ordered a drastic overhaul of the way Russia is run in the wake of deadly attacks on civilians
Sep.29   Russia 'to ratify climate treaty'
  The government is expected to announce that the country will ratify the Kyoto Protocol


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Oct.22   Russia's MPs ratify Kyoto treaty  The State Duma voted 334-73 to approve the United Nations treaty

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Nov.4   Putin clears way for Kyoto pact  President has signed the ratification, clearing the way for the global climate pact to take force early next year Nov.17   New missile systems tested
  President Putin says Russia will have access to advanced nuclear missile systems unlike those held by other countries Nov.28 Russia take Fed Cup for first time

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Dec.19   Yukos unit fetches $9bn at auction
  Baikal Finance Group outbid favourite Gazprom to buy Yuganskneftegas. Yukos said that the auction was illegal





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New missile systems tested  President Putin says Russia will have access to advanced nuclear missile systems unlike those held by other countries Roof collapse kills 26  The glass roof was covering a bustling water park, the Transvaal Park. 110 injured Hope fades for roof collapse survivors  Rescue workers pumped warm air into the ruins in the hope the action would help those still trapped Blast destroys building Historic building ablaze   Two killed battling blaze in a 19th-century landmark building off Red Square Russia 'to ratify climate treaty'




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  The government is expected to announce that the country will ratify the Kyoto Protocol
Oct.22 Russia's MPs ratify Kyoto treaty  The State Duma voted 334-73 to approve the United Nations treaty



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2004 Nov.28 Russia take Fed Cup for first time



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2004 Jul.2 Court backs freezing Yukos assets
Jul.3 Police raid Yukos headquarters  Special interior ministry officers have sealed offices in the headquarters of tax-troubled oil company Jul.29 Fears ease as Yukos keeps pumping Dec.19 Yukos unit fetches $9bn at auction
  Baikal Finance Group outbid favourite Gazprom to buy Yuganskneftegas. Yukos said that the auction was illegal




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2004 Feb.6 Metro blast kills 39
  An explosion has ripped apart a train car during morning rush hour. Putin condemns 'Chechen' bombing
Feb.6 Police hunt train bombers  Investigators are searching for clues as to who was behind. Chechen leaders have condemned the blast Feb.13 Rybkin 'was kidnapped' May.28 Billionaire Khodorkovsky in court Jul.2 Court backs freezing Yukos assets Jul.3 Police raid Yukos headquarters  Special interior ministry officers have sealed offices in the headquarters of tax-troubled oil company Jul.9 Forbes Editor shot dead  Paul Klebnikov, 41, the editor of Russian edition of the financial magazine has been shot dead near his office Jul.15   Khodorkovsky pleads not guilty  The billionaire and an associate set out to steal state property, a court hears Aug.31   Suicide bomber kills 9  A female bomber killed 9 people and herself when she detonated a bomb outside a subway station Sep.7 Rally against terrorism
  Thousands are staging a somber demonstration, protesting and mourning the victims of the school siege in the Caucasus Sep.8 $10m reward for Chechen rebels
  A military official said Moscow was prepared to strike at terrorists around the world



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2004 Jan.26 Powell presses Putin on democracy
Feb.8 Presidential candidate Rybkin missing  State prosecutors have opened and cancelled a murder inquiry. Rybkin was linked to self-exiled tycoon Berezovsky Feb.10 Missing presidential candidate found Feb.24   Putin fires premier and Cabinet  President has dismissed Kasyanov and his Cabinet just 2 weeks ahead of the country's presidential election Mar.1 Putin names Fradkov as prime minister Mar.14   Putin claims second term
  Voters overwhelmingly handed Vladimir Putin a second 4-year term as president in a widely-expected outcome
Mar.15   Landslide Putin shrugs off critics  President has pledged to open up Russian politics and the media to divergent voices May.9   Putin 'to avenge' Chechen killing  Chechen Prime Minister Abramov has taken over as the new leader of the republic Jun.18 Russia 'warned U.S. about Saddam' Aug.26 Russians mourn plane crash victims Sep.6 Putin under pressure over siege  Families in Beslan are facing a 3rd day burying their dead as the government comes under growing pressure Sep.7 Rally against terrorism  Thousands are staging a somber demonstration, protesting and mourning the victims of the school siege in the Caucasus Sep.13 Putin tightens grip on security
  President has ordered a drastic overhaul of the way Russia is run in the wake of deadly attacks on civilians
Sep.29 Russia 'to ratify climate treaty'
  The government is expected to announce that the country will ratify the Kyoto Protocol
Oct.22 Russia's MPs ratify Kyoto treaty  The State Duma voted 334-73 to approve the United Nations treaty Nov.4 Putin clears way for Kyoto pact  President has signed the ratification, clearing the way for the global climate pact to take force early next year