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Trade for Peace, Not Land for Peace

The United States has officially demanded an immediate Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank. Israel has vowed to continue its ""war for survival."" Meanwhile the peacemakers shuttle sadly round the Middle East, oblivious to the fact that no one is listening to them.

Answering to PepsiCo

Congress occasionally holds hearings about Russia, and at such times it's often hard to tell we're discussing the only institution on Earth with the potential to erase the United States as a nation.

Bachelors Beware: Don't Tread on Women's Toes

I had spotted the woman in the gray fur coat at the bus stop. Her sad, sweet face seemed familiar, but she didn't notice me. Perhaps our paths had crossed in the past.

Taking Command in Qatar

If you want a glimpse of where the Arab world may be heading if the modernizers succeed in their efforts to embrace change, take a look at the tiny Persian Gulf nation of Qatar.

Fetisov Accepts Sports Tsar Job

Hockey supremo Vyacheslav Fetisov, who coached Russia to a bronze medal at the Winter Olympics, has agreed to become the nation's sports chief, officials said Friday.

CSKA's First Loss Lets Loko Leap Into Lead

CSKA Moscow suffered its first defeat of the season to lose top spot in the Russian Premier League as it went down 3-2 to Saturn RenTV on Saturday.

Venezuelans Cheer Chavez's Return

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez returned triumphantly to office two days after he was ousted and arrested by Venezuela's military, raising his fist in the air as he greeted supporters and reclaimed the presidential palace Sunday.

Powell, Arafat Talk Brings No Cease-Fire

U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell called his Sunday meeting with Palestinian President Yasser Arafat ""useful and constructive"" but indicated no progress toward a cease-fire agreement from the Palestinian leader who remains under Israeli confinement in his rocket-scarred headquarters.

Israel Must Hand Over Jenin Dead

Israel's army must hand over to the Palestinians bodies of Palestinians killed in the recent fierce fighting in the northern West Bank refugee camp, an Israeli court ruled Sunday, stopping Israeli plans to bury bodies in unmarked graves.

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