JRL #5565 Contents:
1. AFP: Exhausted Gorbachev to be treated for overwork.
2. Kommersant-Vlast: RUSSIA IN FIGURES.
3. Obshchaya Gazeta: CIVIL SOCIETY LINES UP FOR DISPLAY TO THE PRESIDENT. An interview with Yabloko leader Grigory Yavlinsky.
4. Itar-Tass: Putin hails new inheritance laws in Russia.
5. Financial Times (UK) editorial: Comrades - but not yet in arms.
6. BBC Monitoring: German commentary warns against giving Russia veto in NATO decisions.
7. UPI: Martin Walker, Russia's 'Big Step' to NATO worries Poles.
8. Jerusalem Post (Israel): Janine Zacharia, Bush confident Putin will safeguard Russian Jews.
9. BBC Monitoring: Rebel web site says Russian authorities sanction rights abuses in Chechnya.
10. Novoye Vremya: STOP ADVERTISING. (poll re media)
11. Itogy: TO STOP STEALING...An interview with Auditing Commission head Sergei Stepashin.
12. Wall Street Journal: Jeanne Whalen, Russia Threatens to Negate OPEC's Cuts As Oil Firms Insist on Continued Growth.
13. Reuters: Oil falls, Saudi disappointed by Russia cut.
14. strana.ru: Russia and NATO to Be Equal Partners in The Group of "20." The Alliance is concerned with Moscow's role in a new format.
15. Trud: Vyacheslav Nikonov, WHY DO WE NEED RAPPROCHEMENT WITH THE WEST?
16. Financial Times (UK): Andrew Jack, Cosy havens in Moscow: ENTERPRISE IN RUSSIA: A network of welcoming cafe clubs is appealing to the city's emerging middle class.