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Top Players Survive Sydney Tempest

Wild weather wreaked havoc on the Sydney International on Wednesday, leaving some of the top Australian Open hopefuls battling their way through stifling heat, gale-force winds and an electrical storm.

Hazers Fill Officers' Void

Last week there was another case of mass desertions by Russian conscript soldiers.

North Korea's 'Greatest of Great Men'

While in North Korea years ago, I barged into as many private homes as possible, and every single one had The Speaker.

Kicking the (Korea) Can

Since the 1970s, North Korea has agreed to inspection regimes, treaties and other agreements.

With Peace Corps' Exit, Russia and U.S. Suffer

A decade after the U.S. Peace Corps arrived in the former Soviet Union, Russia has told the organization's volunteers to pack their bags and find a country that really needs help. Fine. It's probably time. Still, it will be a loss for both nations.

Troop Buildup in Gulf Prompts Iraq's Wrath

A top Iraqi official said Wednesday the United States and Britain were preparing a ""devastating"" war against Iraq to subjugate the whole Middle East and renewed charges that UN weapons inspectors were exceeding their mandate.

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