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Sweden Nabs Potential Hijacker

A Swedish man of Tunisian origin, arrested on suspicion he was about to hijack a plane, was planning to crash the aircraft into a U.S. embassy in Europe, Swedish intelligence and police sources said Saturday.

11 Palestinians Killed in Weekend of Violence

Israeli troops shot dead four Palestinians early Sunday not far from a Jewish grave site near the West Bank city of Hebron, adding to an already bloody weekend in which seven other Palestinians, including two children, were killed.

Deputies Want 100% of UES Spinoffs

Lawmakers threw up new roadblocks to a sweeping reform of the electricity industry Friday, demanding 100 percent state control over grids and other units of national power monopoly Unified Energy Systems in a new law.

Alfa, Merrill Lynch to Advise UES on Revamp

Power monopoly UES picked Alfa Bank and U.S. giant Merrill Lynch as financial advisers on its ambitious restructuring program, the company announced Friday.

Intel Says Russia, China Top Investment Targets

Intel Corp. plans to ramp up its investments in China and Russia, the world's top maker of computer processor chips said Friday.

Tanker Owner to Pay $221M For Oil Spill

The owner of a Russian tanker that caused a huge oil spill off Japan's western coast in 1997 has agreed to pay 26.1 billion yen ($221 million) to the government for damages, officials said Friday.

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