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Russia Encounters Glitch In Daylight Savings Switch

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President Dmitri Medvedev declared that his country would not "fall back" this year, saying he wanted to save Russians the stress of turning back their clocks an hour. But smartphones and computers didn't get the memo. People missed meetings and trains when gadgets made the switch, according to the Moscow Times.
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