6 June 1994 Thanks to insomnia which has plagued him for years, Russian President Boris Yeltsin, emerged recently as a writer. As he told ``Newsweek,'' sleeping pills don't help him; he usually gets up between 2 a.m. and 3 a.m., walks around the house, and then sits down to write his memoirs. Insomnia occasionally torments […]

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