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Partners in Preventing Nuclear Proliferation?

To a rogue state or terrorist trying to get nuclear weapons, Ukraine must look pretty good right now.

Getting Fixed

The United States is swimming in unwanted stray dogs, which are every day rounded up and put to death.

Dieting Miracles Pretty Thin on the Ground

What an immense effort women put into losing weight and restoring their youthful figure of years gone by!

Digital Age Robber Barons

What happens when a few conglomerates control not only what you watch but what you can download?

News in Brief

Diplomats Expelled OTTAWA (Reuters) -- Canada and Russia have expelled two of each other's diplomats for allegedly engaging in activities inconsistent with their status, a term that is short-hand for spying, officials said Saturday. Canadian Foreign Ministry spokesman Reynald Doiron said Russia had earlier in the week ordered two Canadian diplomats to leave Moscow, but he denied that they had been spying. Moscow reacted after Ottawa decided a few weeks ago to insist on the withdrawal of two Russian diplomats who had ""been involved in activities in Canada inconsistent with their diplomatic status,"" Doiron said. Officer Dismissed MOSCOW (AP) -- The commander of an elite military division had been dismissed after a brief desertion by 16 soldiers protesting abuses, a top general said. Sixteen unarmed soldiers of the 2nd Taman Guards Motorized Rifle Division left their base Tuesday after signing a joint letter of protest against abuses by their commander.

Adventurer Tells of Sharks, Squalls

Fyodor Konyukhov completed the 4,678-kilometer journey from San Sebastian in the Canary Islands in 46 days and four hours -- a record time for Atlantic east-west solo rows.

Kafelnikov to Play On Despite Davis Cup Win

Yevgeny Kafelnikov has scrapped his retirement plans and will now try to regain the form that made him the first Russian world No. 1 tennis player.

Serbs Try Again With 2nd Poll

Voters were choosing Sunday between a moderate nationalist and two extreme right-wing candidates to become Serbia's new president, amid fears the ballot may fail because of too low a turnout.

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