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Hussein Tape Says His Sons Are Dead

Skeptical Iraqis began to accept that Saddam Hussein's sons Odai and Qusai were dead after a new audiotape attributed to fallen dictator acknowledged his sons had become martyrs in the fight against U.S. occupation.

ISS Delayed Indefinitely After Columbia Accident

With the assembly of the international space station on hold since the Columbia accident Feb. 1, NASA said Tuesday that it is still not sure how long the completion of the outpost will be delayed.

Singer Questioned in French Actress Beating

French rock star Bertrand Cantat was being held by Lithuanian police Wednesday for questioning in the alleged weekend beating of actress Marie Trintignant, who remained in a coma from severe head injuries.

Putin in Stalin's Footsteps

It's official: President Vladimir Putin has declared the end of military reform in Russia.

Problems of Unstable Privatization Edifice

Apparently Anders Aslund has no hesitation in urging investors again to plunge into the Russian market.

OMON Raid: Trip to Russia's Darker Side

My friends had just ordered a beer when masked men with automatic guns, wearing OMON badges burst in.

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