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05/22/2002

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Romantsev Announces Final World Cup Squad

Russian coach Oleg Romantsev announced the final roster for his World Cup team, which hasn't managed a victory in this year's warm-up games.

China's First Astronauts Train for Takeoff

Training in secret, a dozen fighter pilots are getting ready to make history as China's first astronauts.

Evolutionary Theorist Gould Dies at Age 60

Stephen Jay Gould, a world-renowned scientist who brought evolutionary theory and paleontology to a broad public audience in dozens of wide-ranging books and essays, died Monday of cancer.

FBI Under Scrutiny for Ignored Warning Memo

Attorney General John Ashcroft and FBI Director Robert Mueller III were told a few days after the Sept. 11 attacks that the FBI had received a memorandum from its Phoenix office the previous July that Osama bin Laden's followers could be training at U.S. flight schools, government officials said Monday.

Sharon Sacks Ministers, Early Elections Loom

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's broad-based coalition was embroiled in an internal crisis Tuesday, not over the divisive Palestinian issue, but over budget allocations. If played out, it could mean early elections.

Controversial 'Ararat' Binds Past and Present

In a new film at Cannes, Charles Aznavour's character eats the seeds of a pomegranate -- one a day -- to remind him of his mother's flight from Ottoman Turkey when that was all she had to survive.

Kashmiri Separatist Killed at Rally

A separatist Kashmiri leader was shot to death, along with his bodyguard, during a memorial rally in Indian-controlled Kashmir on Tuesday as India's prime minister headed to the violence-wracked Himalayan province.

Ernst & Young Under Fire for Accounting

The Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday accused accounting giant Ernst & Young of violating auditor independence rules by having a joint business relationship with PeopleSoft Inc.

Enron Men Bare Their Last Assets

The former men of Enron Corp. might have lost their stock options but they still have their assets, and five of them are proving it to Playgirl Magazine.

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