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Gunners Misfire Against Kiev

Dynamo Kiev took a giant stride toward the knockout stages of the Champions League and edged Arsenal toward elimination when it beat the visiting English league leader 2-1 in their Group B match on Tuesday.

Media Go Wild After Loko's Shock 3-0 Win

Russian media hailed Lokomotiv Moscow on Wednesday for its emphatic 3-0 Champions League victory over Inter Milan.

Out-of-Sorts Safin Makes First-Round Exit in St. Pete

Marat Safin's comeback bid suffered another blow Tuesday when the former world No. 1 slumped to a first-round defeat at the St Petersburg Open.

UN to Israel: Stop Building Wall

The UN General Assembly overwhelmingly approved late Tuesday a resolution demanding that Israel halt construction of a barrier cutting deep into Palestinian West Bank lands.

Tight Security Marks Bush's Indonesia Visit

Just kilometers from two nightclubs that terrorists bombed last year, U.S. President George W. Bush spent three hours on this resort island Wednesday, pressing his clampdown on terrorists before heading to Canberra, Australia, to meet with Australian Prime Minister John Howard, a key ally in the war on terrorism.

'Hero' Lies Low After Historic Trip

Astronaut Yang Liwei, the icon, is everywhere in China, lionized in the state-run press not only as the country's first man in space, but also as an elite pilot, a star student and Communist Party member, a devoted family man -- a ""national treasure,"" as one colleague is quoted as saying.

Should Russia Price Its Oil in Euros?

The U.S. government would like to see the dollar weaker against the currencies of its major trading partners in order to try and stimulate manufacturing sector growth and to reverse the bulging trade deficit.

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