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  • Yellow Blue Tibia carries the subtitle Konstantin Skvorecky's memoir of the alien invasion of 1986, and is about a Soviet science fiction writer who becomes entangled in a complex conspiracy possibly involving aliens, Scientologists, the KGB and the Chernobyl nuclear power station in early 1986.

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  • While Elias was living out his final moments as a convict, Adele Harcourt died at her apartment on Park Avenue, all alone except for Lil Altemus, who had just told Adele of the name change of the Manhattan Public Library, which would now be called the Konstantin and Perla Zacharias Library, in return for a

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  • "Prices will have to rise eventually," said Konstantin Simonov , director at Moscow-based National Energy Security Fund.

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  • After three days of deliberations a federal jury has found Russian pilot Konstantin Yaroshenko guilty of conspiracy to bring drugs into the United States.

    Jury Finds Russian Pilot Guilty of Conspiracy in NY Drug Case

  • From the moment Konstantin landed in Liberia, there were always five people with him.

    Jury Finds Russian Pilot Guilty of Conspiracy in NY Drug Case

  • The Russian pilot and accused smuggler Konstantin Yaroshenko was the most notorious in the case.

    Jury Finds Russian Pilot Guilty of Conspiracy in NY Drug Case

  • "There's a lot of sports patriotism at the moment," says journalist Konstantin Gaaze .

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  • Earlier, a top Russian lawmaker-- Konstantin Kosachev, head of the Russian Parliament's International Affairs Committee-- said the attack proves the coalition is not protecting civilians, as mandated by the United Nations.

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  • But Andropov was dying of kidney disease, and Konstantin Chernenko, the Brezhnev acolyte who followed, was himself stricken with emphysema.

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  • Her vision comes full circle with the pared-down formalism of architects like Konstantin Melnikov or Le Corbusier one of a number of foreign names brought in to transform Russia.

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