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Raging Safin Advances, Sampras Falls

Russia's Marat Safin broke a racket in anger, drew a point penalty for another outburst, and still managed to beat Peruvian qualifier Luis Horna at the Nasdaq-100 Open.

Romantsev Demands All From Players

Russian coach Oleg Romantsev is demanding his players test themselves to the full in Wednesday's friendly international against minnow Estonia.

Military Likely to Pick Madagascar's President

General Edward Randriamiarisoa sighed as he said that his soldiers had no guns. Madagascar's other military has guns, but its authority is blatantly ignored in the capital.

Israel Blocks Arafat From Summit

Israel said Tuesday that Palestinian President Yasser Arafat had not met its terms for attending an Arab summit, ignoring U.S. pressure to let him go to Beirut to add weight to a Middle East peace initiative.

Romania, Bulgaria Closer to NATO

The post-Sept. 11 strategic importance of the Black Sea region, which has served as a staging area for the Afghan war and could be used in an attack on Iraq, has catapulted Romania and Bulgaria into serious consideration for membership in NATO.

Playboy Seeks Disclosure From Enron Women

Playboy, the men's magazine famous for its centerfolds of nude women, on Monday said it was planning a photo spread entitled the ""Women of Enron.""

What Happens When the Bandits Are the Cops

This was something new for the Russian court system: a case with shots fired and blood shed, but no conviction. The accused were acquitted. Here's how it came down.

AOL Writes Off Record $54Bln

AOL Time Warner Inc. will take a record $54-billion write-down in the first quarter to reflect a steep decline in the value of assets acquired last year when the leading Internet service provider bought the world's largest entertainment company.

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