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Georgians Favored to Earn First Points

Boosted by scoring its first ever World Cup try against powerhouse and former champion South Africa, Georgia chases its first victory against Uruguay on Tuesday.

OBI Confident of First-Player Market Advantage

German home improvement giant OBI will take its first steps in Russia next month with the opening of two stores around the Moscow Ring Road.

39 Killed, 200 Injured in Baghdad Bombings

Suicide bombers struck the Red Cross headquarters and three police stations across Baghdad on Monday, killing about 40 people and injuring more than 200 in a coordinated terror spree that stunned the Iraqi capital on the first day of the Islamic holy month of fasting, Ramadan.

Californian Wildfires Rage Out of Control

Wildfires fed by hot Santa Ana winds flared into gigantic waves of flame that devoured entire neighborhoods, choked skies over Southern California with ash and killed 13 people in the state's deadliest wildfire tragedy in a half-century.

Israel Plans to Strengthen Outposts

Israel said Monday that it planned to beef up security and education services in some Jewish settler outposts in the West Bank despite its pledge to dismantle them under a U.S.-backed peace ""road map.""

U.S. Lawmakers Forced To Delay N. Korea Visit

A U.S. congressional delegation seeking to ease nuclear tensions with North Korea has delayed a trip to the Communist nation because of White House opposition, the lawmaker heading the delegation said Sunday.

Researcher Believes Atlantis in Cyprus

Some say it is in the Aegean, others in the Azores, off the Celtic Ridge of Britain or even as far as the South China Sea, but an American researcher says everyone has been looking in the wrong place.

IKEA Plans Bigger, Better Mega Mall

IKEA, the firm that brought us Mega mall, Eastern Europe's biggest shopping and entertainment center, is planning to go one better with the construction of Mega mall 2.

Satellites Map Out Moscow, Region

Russia is using the help of one of Europe's smallest countries, Switzerland, to set up a satellite land-surveying system to map out its vast territorial possessions.

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