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03/18/2002

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Spartak Leads League After 2-0 Krylya Win

Defending champion Spartak Moscow gained a hard-fought 2-0 win at Krylya Sovietov Samara on Saturday to move to the top of the Russian Premier League for the first time this season.

Politician's Arrest Gets Belgrade in A Lather

The Yugoslav army on Saturday freed a top general from the era of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic, whose arrest with a U.S. envoy on spy charges this week sparked a furious row with the United States.

U.S. Envoy Pursues Cease-Fire Goal

The U.S. mediator, General Anthony Zinni, shuttled between Palestinian and Israeli leaders on Saturday and Sunday, reportedly seeking to bring leaders of the two sides together to prepare for a cease-fire.

A Defiant Mugabe Is Sworn In

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe started a new six-year term of office Sunday, vowing to speed up a controversial land-reform program and launching a scathing attack on former colonial power Britain.

Gunmen Kill Colombian Archbishop

Unidentified gunmen on Saturday killed a Colombian Roman Catholic archbishop who had denounced drug-money corruption, shooting him in the head and chest as he left a church after presiding over a wedding, police said, blaming leftist rebels.

Ashdown: Milosevic Was Told of War Crimes

The war crimes trial of former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic has moved into a new phase as the first Western politician has appeared to testify against him.

EU Aims for Superpower Economy at Summit

European Union leaders adopted a cautious package of economic changes aimed at building a transcontinental economy that could compete with the United States for global dominance.

U.S., Canada Struggling To End Lumber Dispute

Negotiations between the United States and Canada to end a multibillion-dollar brawl over lumber trade moved forward as the two countries swapped proposals for imposing a new tax to control wood shipments, sources close to the talks said Saturday.

More Andersen Losses In Wake of Indictment

Four more Fortune 500 companies have severed long-standing ties with Arthur Andersen, reflecting increased concern about the future of the indicted auditing firm.

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