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The Art of Steering Unmanned Planes

Pilots spent four days last week flying a trio of airplanes at each other over the Mojave Desert, missing on each pass by as little as 300 meters.

In Google's Shadow, Yahoo Rejigs Search

Yahoo Inc., facing stiff competition from Google, is revamping its Internet search products, including putting maps, weather, news and other information directly in search results.

England and Russia: From the Past to the Bath

You hear Russian spoken on virtually every bus, every tube train and every London street these days.

Chemical Suits Safeguard and Swelter

Clad in an ensemble of ripstop cotton, Velcro and carbon-impregnated cloth, Army Sergeant Kerrethel Avery was feeling a bit hot and shaky under the bank of television lights.

German Fabric Goes Into The Suits

From the makers of the duct tape bought by Americans fearful of a terrorist attack to the suppliers of sandstorm-proof goggles to British and American troops, German companies have profited handsomely from the American-led war on Iraq.

Railways Co. Gets a Birth Date

The creation of the Russian Railways Co. will take place on May 18, and the giant state-owned company will be up and running by the third quarter of this year, the Railways Ministry said Tuesday.

LUKoil Says It Will Sue If It Loses West Qurna

LUKoil said Tuesday it would block Iraq's huge West Qurna oil field development for many years if any U.S. or British firm decided to challenge its leading role in the project.

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