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Lack of Desire Holds Safin Back

Marat Safin has the talent and the flair to become the Michael Jordan of tennis but lacks the desire and the drive to make it all the way to the top, his Davis Cup coach says.

We Cannot Accept Loss of Innocents

It wasn't supposed to be like this. The Bush administration had envisioned a different kind of invasion in Iraq, one that would flood the Arab world with pictures of American soldiers feeding hungry people and giving medical attention to sick children.

If Iraq Wins, Russia Loses

Whatever the outcome of the military operation in Iraq, the United States has already suffered a serious political setback.

Dangers of War Waged in the Name of Business

The war in Iraq has its first big winner -- the Houston-based Halliburton Co., which has received the first U.S. government contract to put out oil well fires and rebuild the Iraqi oil industry.

Rooting for the Underdog in Chechnya and Iraq

What must Russians be thinking when they hear shrill American officials talk about 10-foot-tall foreigners secretly defending Iraq?

North Korea Accused of Firing Missile

Conflicting reports about a North Korean short-range missile test Tuesday jangled North Asian nerves already on edge over suspicions that Pyongyang might seek to grab attention now that the U.S.-led war in Iraq is under way.

Hijacked Cuban Plane Flies to Florida

A Cuban airliner hijacked by a man apparently armed with hand grenades landed in Key West, Florida, under U.S. military escort Tuesday with 31 people aboard.

Journalists' Coverage Under Scrutiny

In a fast-paced day of media cross-fire over how reporters are covering the war, Peter Arnett was fired by NBC for an interview he gave to Iraqi state television, and a correspondent for a rival network, Fox News' Geraldo Rivera, found himself under Pentagon scrutiny for a report in which he drew troop positions in the sand.

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