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'Iron Felix' and Fetishism

History must be comprehended, not cursed. You can tear down statues, but that won't annul an entire era.

UFOs Are Not Getting Enough Azeri Respect

There's a number of UFOs roaming the skies above Azerbaijan, and they're trying to tell us something.

Snacks of the Enemy Hit Cuba

M&M's are back in Cuba. So is Wrigley's Spearmint gum, and a host of American products not sold on the Communist-run island since the 1950s.

Cabinet Changes Stun Japan's Stock Markets

Japan's markets gyrated wildly Monday after Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi replaced his top banking regulator in a move seen as a possible prelude to aggressive bank reforms.

Manchester United Profits Up 48% This Year

Manchester United, the world's richest soccer club, reported a 48 percent rise in annual profits Monday.

Bin Laden's Trail Cold at Tora Bora

The last sightings of the leader of al-Qaida of which pursuers can be reasonably certain were here in the White Mountains of southeastern Afghanistan.

Foreigners Flee Ivory Coast Crisis

French military helicopters plucked missionaries, Peace Corps workers and orphans from a second rebel-held Ivory Coast city, as West African leaders debated ways to persuade forces behind the country's deadliest uprising to lay down their arms.

1,034 Were On Ferry, Senegal Says

President Abdoulaye Wade already acknowledging that the MS Joola was overcrowded when it set out the high seas with 1,034 passengers and crew.

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