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11/13/2002

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Hewitt Struggles, Moya Defeats Safin

A cranky Lleyton Hewitt tightened his grip on the world No. 1 ranking on Tuesday by beating Albert Costa in the $3.7 million Tennis Masters Cup.

Defiant Beauty Queens Fly to Nigeria

Beauty queens from more than 80 nations have jetted into Nigeria to compete in the Miss World pageant, defying calls for a boycott to protest death-by-stoning sentences imposed on Nigerian Muslim women for having sex outside marriage.

UN Presents Cyprus With Unification Plan

Secretary-General Kofi Annan has presented Greek and Turkish Cypriots with a plan to unite their divided island into a single country modeled on Switzerland, with two equal states.

Israeli Soldiers Sweep Camp in Hunt for Kibbutz Attacker

Israeli troops hunting the killer of five Israelis, including a mother and her two young sons, swept through this West Bank town and an adjacent refugee camp Tuesday.

Milosevic's Ill Health Delays Trial Again

Slobodan Milosevic did not appear at his war crimes trial Tuesday due to exhaustion and high blood pressure -- just a day after rejecting demands he accept a defense lawyer to speed up his trial.

Inquiry: Regulators Missed Enron Clues

Senate investigators have concluded that the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission repeatedly missed clues about improper dealings at Enron that could have led to earlier scrutiny of the company.

Iraqis Recall Bitter Oil History

Whether sanctions are removed by a U.S.-led war on Baghdad or UN weapons inspections, the world's top oil companies are hungry for access to Iraq's 112 billion barrels of reserves.

Indebted New Yorker Turns to Internet Begging

A few months after starting after launching www.savekaryn.com, Karyn Bosnak has received more than $13,300 from donors worldwide to pay off her credit card debt.

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