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Kafelnikov Crumbles in Barcelona

Russian Yevgeny Kafelnikov fell from the Barcelona Open in his first match Wednesday, beaten by Italian newcomer Stefano Galvani.

Two Shot in Bethlehem Church

In a tension-filled day at the Church of the Nativity compound, Israeli troops shot two Palestinians inside, killing one, and two more Palestinians walked out with hands raised, surrendering to Israeli troops.

Train Collision Kills 2 in California

They were left dazed, bloodied and shellshocked. Some were thrown from their seats, others clambered from windows of the mangled train.

Putin's Glass Half Empty or Half Full?

President Vladimir Putin is following in the footsteps of Peter the Great. Just as the great reformist tsar, the master of the Kremlin is opening a window on the West and is nudging his country toward necessary modernization.

Putin's Glass Half Empty or Half Full?

Halfway through his presidential term, President Putin is unhappy with the pace of Russia's progress.

The Jolt in a Victory on the Right

The success of Jean-Marie Le Pen, leader of the National Front, in the first round of the French presidential election is rightly being called a political earthquake in France.

Not All Anti-Terrorism Campaigns Are Equal

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has insisted that his army's offensive in the West Bank has been aimed at uprooting the infrastructure of Palestinian terrorism, in the same way that the United States has used military force to drive al-Qaida from Afghanistan.

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