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10/07/2003

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Crespo Leads Chelsea to Victory

Argentina's Hernan Crespo headed an 88th-minute winner to give Chelsea a 2-1 victory at Middlesbrough, while Juan Pablo Angel equalized in Aston Villa's 1-1 draw with Bolton Wanderers in the English Premier League on Sunday.

Global Services Economy Soaring

A new global indicator based on national surveys of services companies shows the sector grew in September at its strongest pace in three years, JPMorgan said.

West African Pipeline Takes On the Mideast

The first tanker has set off from a Cameroon port with crude from a massive, $3.7 billion pipeline, launching an ambitious World Bank project aimed at developing West African oil as an alternative to Mideast supplies.

Southeast Asia Leaders Talk Free Trade

Southeast Asian ministers put the finishing touches Monday to an action plan to transform the region into a giant free trade zone that will be the centerpiece of this week's annual summit of leaders.

Syria Urges U.S. to Condemn Airstrike

Syria demanded that the UN Security Council condemn Israel's airstrike against a purported terrorist training camp near Damascus, but the United States said it would not support any resolution that does not also criticize attacks against Israel.

Bush Rethinks Iraq, Afghanistan

The White House has ordered a major reorganization of U.S. efforts to quell violence in Iraq and Afghanistan and to speed the reconstruction of both countries, according to senior administration officials.

68-Kilogram Hamburger Flies 1.2 Meters

Heli-Burger never had a chance. Maybe it was the twine-powered plastic foam propeller. Or the utter lack of aeronautic experience Team Heli-Burger brought to the table. Or maybe it was the cheese.

Putin Likens Iraq Quagmire to Soviet-Afghan War

President Vladimir Putin says the United States now faces in Iraq the possibility of a prolonged, violent and ultimately futile war like the one that mired the Soviet Union in Afghanistan.

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