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  1. MOSCOW, June 3--A sharp controversy has arisen between Soviet authorities and African students here who have complained of discrimination fostered by a Moscow newspaper article.View Full Article in Timesmachine »

  2. MOSCOW, Aug. 1 The Soviet Union accused today two Americans, a correspondent and a professor, of having attempted to recruit a Russian youth for American intelligence service.View Full Article in Timesmachine »

  3. MOSCOW, June 28 The ideological dispute between Moscow and Peking has disrupted some operations of Communistsponsored international organizations.View Full Article in Timesmachine »

  4. MOSCOW, July 31 The Soviet Government, in the face of sharpening Chinese denunciation, displayed confidence today that its support of the nuclear test ban treaty had enhanced its prestige ...

  5. MOSCOW, April 16 -- Moscow's Central Synagogue was crowded tonight with more than 2,000 worshipers for the beginning of Passover.View Full Article in Timesmachine »

  6. MOSCOW, June 8--The Kremlin denounced the Chinese Communists tonight for "unwarranted attacks" on the Soviet and other Communist parties.View Full Article in Timesmachine »

  7. Spartak Moscow v PAOK Salonika

    BBC News18 hours ago

    Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Champions League game between Spartak Moscow and PAOK Salonika.

  8. SOVIET SAYS CHINA HELD SHIP 20 DAYS

    New York Times4 days ago

    MOSCOW, Jan. 2 (AP) The Soviet Union accused Communist China today of having illegally detained a Soviet ship for 20 days and said this "jeopardized normal shipping between the ports ...

  9. MOSCOW, Aug. 1 Secretary of State Dean Rusk will stay in the Soviet Union for three or four days after the signing of the three-power nuclear test ban treaty on Monday, the United States ...

  10. MOSCOW, Dec. 31 There was an incongruous air of sadness in the American Club here this evening as half a dozen young men from the United States Embassy staff completed the decorations ...

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