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Latvia Sours Turkish Delight

Latvia ousted World Cup semifinalist Turkey to reach the European Championship for the first time on Wednesday, earning a 2-2 tie in Istanbul to triumph 3-2 overall in the playoffs.

Wales Wails as Russia Clinches Euro 2004 Berth

A 1-0 win and a commanding performance by the Russian national team against Wales on Wednesday night means that the Russians will take part in the European Championships in Portugal next summer.

Authorities Expect Jackson to Surrender

Authorities were awaiting the arrival of Michael Jackson early Thursday in this seaside community, where an arrest warrant alleging multiple counts of child molestation awaited the pop superstar.

50,000 Protesters March on London

Amid chants, the blast of airhorns and the beat of drums, tens of thousands of antiwar activists marched in London Thursday to let U.S. President George W. Bush know of their opposition to U.S.-British policies in Iraq. Protesters set off from the University of London on a route passing Parliament and the prime minister's residence to Trafalgar Square.

Israeli Military Admits False Reporting on Fatal Airstrike

The Israeli military released false information about the type of weapon used in a deadly airstrike in the Gaza Strip, the army chief acknowledged Thursday, in a blow to the credibility of what many Israelis continue to regard as a trusted institution.

FBI Arrests 47 in Raids on Wall Street

Federal authorities announced charges Wednesday against 47 people in a broad crackdown on fraud in the foreign currency exchange market that officials said bilked millions from big-name banks and small investors alike.

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