Leading Russian newspapers are now freely searchable on the Internet at www.russianstory.com/rover. There is even a Java-driven Russian keyboard on screen so you don't need to mess around remapping your own. Searches take in not only the likes of Pravda, but also lesser known dailies such as Argumenti i Fact, which means, believe it or nor, Arguments and Facts.
Not the sexiest of titles but perhaps it sounds better in Russian. And it did win a UK award last year for the best foreign paper.
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