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Unlikely Russian Takes Gold

Russian Alexander Dobroskok fulfilled a dream Tuesday when he took gold in the men's 3-meter springboard and watched as friend and teammate Dmitry Sautin took only bronze.

Drug-Resistant AIDS Strains Spread in Europe

The biggest study so far of resistance to AIDS drugs, released Wednesday at an international AIDS conference in Paris, finds that about 10 percent of all newly infected patients in Europe are infected with drug-resistant strains.

Chechnya's Status: Bilateral Treaties Return

Earlier this month, the first meeting of the working group for strengthening social accord in Chechnya and preparing a treaty on demarcating powers and competencies between the federal center and Chechnya was held under the chairmanship of presidential administration head Alexander Voloshin.

Asset or Liability?

Of late, mounting international concern over Iran's nuclear efforts has once again made Russia the center of attention. More than a decade after its inception, the strategic dialogue between Moscow and Tehran has blossomed into a major partnership.

More Power to Iraq's Governing Council

Sunday's inauguration in Baghdad of a 25-person governing council marked a significant step toward what should be a universal goal: Iraq governed by Iraqis.

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