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Hungary mourns crushed uprising  Hungary is holding a day of mourning to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Soviet crush the 1956 revolution Davydenko powers to Masters' victory  Fouth seed destroyed Slovakia's Hrbaty 6-1 6-2 6-2 to take his first Series title in devastating fashion   Bush, Putin discuss Iran over lunch  President Bush is eager for Russian help in ongoing nuclear disputes with N. Korea and Iran Canada detains alleged Russian spy  Canada detained a man at Montreal airport as a threat to national security   Ex-KGB officer 'poisoned in UK'
Gazprom to double Georgia charges Map of Tbilisi Georgia


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Nov.2   Georgia  
  Russian energy giant would charge Tbilisi $230 for 1,000 cubic metres of gas from 2007
Nov.4   Hungary  
Nov.5   Paris  
Nov.15   Moscow  
Nov.16   Montreal  
Nov.18   London  
  Scotland Yard is investigating the alleged poisoning of the critic of President Putin, Alexander Litvinenko
Nov.19   Vietnam     Bush welcomes bringing Russia into WTO  Bush was greeted by friendly crowds as he arrived in Ho Chi Minh City Nov.20   Moscow   Russia denies poisoned spy claims  The Kremlin has dismissed claims it was involved in the poisoning by thallium of a ex-KGB colonel living in the UK Nov.21   London     Poisoned spy 'had death threats'
  A friend of Alexander Litvinenko seriously ill in a hospital said both had received e-mail threats days before his poisoning
Nov.23   London     Poisoned former KGB spy dies
  Alexander Litvinenko, the longtime critic of the Russian government, died in a hospital 3 weeks after his suspected poisoning
 The doctors unable to determine the cause of his illness. Litvinenko and his friends blamed Russian government for his sudden illness. Kremlin have denied any role in the matter. The former KGB spy met with a contact who claimed to have information connecting the Russian government with the slaying of journalist Anna Politkovskaya
  Finland   Divisions mar EU-Russia meeting  The 2 sides were due to discuss a partnership agreement: energy, migration and other issues Nov.24   London     Former spy poisoned by radiation
  British health officials: Alexander Litvinenko died after being poisoned by radiation from polonium 210
Nov.27   London   More radiation found in spy case   Traces of polonium-210 have been found at 2 more central London addresses



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Ex-KGB officer 'poisoned in UK'
Poisoned spy 'had death threats'
Poisoned former KGB spy dies
Former spy poisoned by radiation
Hungary mourns crushed uprising
Bush, Putin discuss Iran over lunch
Ex-KGB officer 'poisoned in UK'
Russia denies poisoned spy claims
Ex-KGB officer 'poisoned in UK'
Poisoned spy 'had death threats'
Poisoned former KGB spy dies
Former spy poisoned by radiation
Gazprom to double Georgia charges
Poisoned former KGB spy dies
Gazprom to double Georgia charges
Davydenko powers to Masters' victory
Hungary mourns crushed uprising
More radiation found in spy case
European Union
Ex-KGB officer 'poisoned in UK'
Poisoned spy 'had death threats'
Poisoned former KGB spy dies
Former spy poisoned by radiation
Hungary mourns crushed uprising
Ex-KGB officer 'poisoned in UK'
Divisions mar EU-Russia meeting
Ex-KGB officer 'poisoned in UK'
Poisoned spy 'had death threats'
Poisoned former KGB spy dies
Former spy poisoned by radiation
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Poisoned former KGB spy dies
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Davydenko powers to Masters' victory
Hungary mourns crushed uprising
More radiation found in spy case
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Ex-KGB officer 'poisoned in UK'
Poisoned former KGB spy dies
Former spy poisoned by radiation
Ex-KGB officer 'poisoned in UK'
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Poisoned former KGB spy dies
Former spy poisoned by radiation
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More radiation found in spy case
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Bush, Putin discuss Iran over lunch
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