News Boris Berezovsky was found dead at home last year

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Modern Russian politics defeats facile explanation. By Godfrey Hodgson; An Empire's New Clothes: The End of Russia's Liberal Regime by Bruce Clark Vintage, pounds 7.99

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No visitors for 'stable' Yeltsin Yeltsin One line of 18pt on Boris

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President may be sicker than first admitted

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Reports of death exaggerated

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Moscow - President Boris Yeltsin is recovering from his heart problem, is feeling cheerful and is working hard, but will probably remain in a sanatorium until the end of this week, Itar-Tass news agency said.
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