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Sins of Omission From Enron to the Oligarchs

In the eyes of the Western press, the looting of Russia has recently taken on an air of respectability.

Kafelnikov Downs Mazarakis to Advance in Dubai

Yevgeny Kafelnikov has advanced to the second round of the Dubai Open with a win over Vasilis Mazarakis.

Kholopov a Global Hockey Citizen

Vitaly Kholopov has represented three different nations in field hockey World Cups.

Cuban Cigar Festival Sparks Up

This year's annual Habano Festival celebrates the fifth anniversary of the cigar brand created in his honor, the Vegas Robaina. The five-day festival opened Monday.

Scientist: Man Underrating Tsunamis

One day, a giant wave traveling at 200 kilometers per hour across open water could crash into Sydney harbor, wipe out the beaches of California or plow across the golf courses of northeast Scotland.

Mideast Sides Mull Saudi Proposal

Israel and the Palestinians agreed to resume security talks Tuesday despite a new burst of violence, Palestinian officials said, and Israel's defense minister asked his government not to reject a new Saudi peace plan.

Zimbabwe Turns Up Heat on Opposition

Zimbabwe police planned to question senior opposition officials on Tuesday over an alleged plot to assassinate President Robert Mugabe, a day after their leader was charged with treason, a party spokesman said.

Poles Nervous as Leaders Strive to Join EU

Romuald Lempicki has survived Nazi German occupation, Soviet communism and the 1990s ""shock therapy"" of market reforms, but fears the end could finally be in sight for his small family farm.

U.S. Investigators Inspect Embassy Tunnel

Security experts from the U.S. State Department joined Italian investigators Tuesday to inspect a tunnel running alongside the U.S. Embassy in Rome in connection with an Italian probe of a group of Moroccans suspected of planning a chemical attack.

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