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Bovina Upsets Capriati in Kremlin Cup

Yelena Bovina of Russia staged a major upset Wednesday, eliminating top-seeded Jennifer Capriati 6-4, 4-6, 6-7 (3-7) in the second round of the $2.3 million Kremlin Cup.

Loko and Arsenal Play to 0-0 Draw

Arsenal and Lokomotiv Moscow were both still looking for their first victory and goals in the Champions League after drawing 0-0 in their Group B match Tuesday.

WMD Claims Split Coalition's Spooks

In the buildup to the Iraq war last fall, the intelligence agencies of Britain and the United States raised questions about each other's most dramatic claims concerning Iraq's weapons of mass destruction, according to newly released British documents and recent interviews with U.S. congressional and administration officials.

Labour Avoids Vote on Iraq War

Prime Minister Tony Blair's ruling Labour Party on Wednesday blocked a debate at its convention on a motion criticizing the Iraq war and calling for British troops to be brought home.

Guantanamo Bay's Troubled History

The U.S. detention mission for terror suspects at Guantanamo got off to a rocky start nearly two years ago with few Arabic speakers, computers or savvy interrogators -- and now it is plagued by fears of enemies from within.

Ford Europe Axes 3,000 Belgian Jobs

Ford Europe said Wednesday that it was cutting 3,000 jobs at its Belgian Genk plant, as it scrapped plans to produce the new generation of its Focus brand there in order to slash costs and return to profit.

Exxon Faces Further $100M in Damages

ExxonMobil Corp. may have to pay further damages of up to $100 million as the oil spill from its Exxon Valdez tanker in Alaska 14 years ago continues to harm the environment, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.

Japan Telecom Hires Ex-Sprint Chiefs

Two former Sprint Corp. executives were picked Wednesday to head Japan's third-biggest telecommunications company, denying any wrongdoing in a tax controversy that led to their departure from the U.S. company.

Arsonists Attack Big Business

A group calling itself Post-Midnight Slalom claimed responsibility Wednesday for a spate of arson attacks to protest the big business ties to next year's Olympics.

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