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04/17/2003

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A Bruised Kournikova Takes Drastic Measures

The full extent of Anna Kournikova's free fall from grace is set to be underlined next week when the Russian steps down to compete in the lower echelons of the sport for the first time in seven years.

EU Examines UN's Iraq Role

United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan was meeting EU leaders Wednesday to try to define the world body's role in Iraq and heal rifts over the U.S.-led war.

Palestinian Hijacker May Be Sent to Rome

Italy said Wednesday it would seek the extradition of Palestinian guerrilla leader Abu Abbas, the mastermind of the 1985 hijacking of the Italian cruise ship Achille Lauro who was captured by U.S. forces in Baghdad.

North Korea Agrees to Talks With U.S., China

The United States, North Korea and China will hold talks in Beijing next week on Pyongyang's suspected nuclear weapons ambitions, U.S. and South Korean officials said Wednesday, raising hopes of ending the six-month-old crisis.

Syria Is Willing to Sign a Weapons-Free Treaty

Syrian Foreign Minister Farouq al-Shara said Wednesday that his government is willing to sign a treaty making the entire Middle East free of weapons of mass destruction.

A Catalog of Incompetence and Worse

Limonov's case and several other high-profile criminal investigations recently conducted by the FSB cast very strong doubts on the competence of the FSB and its ""elite"" corps of investigators.

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