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Dementieva Captures First Title

Russia's Elena Dementieva beat Lindsay Davenport 4-6, 7-5, 6-3 Sunday at the Bausch & Lomb Championships to win her first title in five years as a pro.

Making Use of Extremism

The very fluidity of the concept of extremism makes it a convenient tool for those in power.

It's De-Mining Work but It's Got to Be Done

The disputed territory of Nagorny Karabakh could be one of the biggest mine fields in the world.

Frozen Iraqi Assets for the Greater Good

Congress must create a fair and rational system of compensation that does not compromise foreign policy interests.

This Time It Was Political

Contrary to popular belief, money is not at the root of all high-profile political murders in Russia.

An Early Encounter With Yushenkov

Among our ""democrats,"" Sergei Yushenkov stood out as an unusual and very compelling human being.

Garner Visits Iraq; 2 Regime Members Caught

Jay Garner, the retired U.S. general appointed as Iraq's postwar administrator, arrived in Baghdad on Monday.

Scientist Says Weapons Destroyed Just Before War

A scientist who claims to have worked in Iraq's chemical weapons program for more than a decade said Iraq destroyed chemical and biological weapons only days before the war began.

Shiites Getting a Chance at Power

After being suppressed for 35 years by Hussein's Baath Party, the Shiite branch of Islam are moving into the power vacuum left by the collapse of Iraq's secular government.

Exile Claims Title 'Boss of Baghdad'

Mohammed Mohsen Zubaidi has been selected by a 22-member council of businessmen, clerics and intellectuals to run this city of 5 million people.

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