23 June 2003 The Russian government survives no-confidence vote, but results are close enough to give pause. ULYANOVSK, Russia–An unusual alliance of the liberal Yabloko faction and the communists in the State Duma failed to gather enough support to dissolve the Russian government, six months before the general elections. Despite the defeat of the measure, […]

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