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Tens of Thousands Feared Dead in Iranian Quake

Foreign rescue teams with sniffer dogs joined Iranians in the rush to save anybody still alive Sunday, two days after an earthquake reduced most of this city to rubble.

U.S.: Sick Cow From Canada

The U.S. Agriculture Department said over the weekend that the dairy cow infected with mad cow disease had probably been imported from Canada, but Canadian authorities called the statement premature.

Chartered Jet Crashes in Benin

Divers recovered the black boxes from the wreckage of a Beirut-bound chartered jet in Benin over the weekend as investigators puzzled over why it smashed into the ocean moments after takeoff.

U.S. Methods Paying Off

2003 will primarily be remembered for the war in Iraq, the fall of Baghdad and the capture of Saddam Hussein. The U.S.-led invasion was strongly opposed by millions of Europeans and by former great powers France, Germany and Russia. But they protested in vain.

Will Putin Go Against the Foreign Policy Flow?

Foreign policy was the issue that was conspicuously missing in the recent State Duma elections. This is hardly surprising for several reasons.

In the Market, Santa Gets the Last Laugh

Miracle on 34th Street"" is among the most loved and most repeated of Christmas films. Edmund Gwenn won an Oscar in 1947 for his performance as Santa Claus. He wanders Manhattan, upset by commercialization of the Christmas Spirit.

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