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Russians Earn 1-1 Draw in Dublin

Sergei Ignashevich's goal late in the first half lifted Russia to a 1-1 draw with Ireland in Euro 2004 qualifying on Saturday.

Gasol Propels Spain Past Russia

Gold-medal contender Spain stayed unbeaten as Pau Gasol scored 31 of his 35 points in the first half en route to a 89-77 win over Russia in the European Basketball Championships on Saturday.

Abbas Quits, Road Map Falters

Mahmoud Abbas submitted his resignation as Palestinian prime minister Saturday, and Israel tried to kill the spiritual leader of Hamas with an airstrike in Gaza City, as the U.S. drive for Middle East peace appeared in danger of disintegrating.

Bush Polarizing U.S. Ahead of '04 Election

U.S. President George W. Bush promised during the 2000 election that he would change the tone of politics in Washington. Yet seldom has U.S. politics been so polarized and uncivil, not just in the capital but across the country.

Russians Look to Put Leaner Satellites in Space

Russian scientists say they could slash the price of putting satellites into orbit around Earth by a factor of 10, simply by making them 10 times lighter.

Asian Giants Developing Windows Alternative

Japan, China and South Korea have agreed to jointly boost the research and development of software for operating systems other than Microsoft's Windows, a Japanese trade ministry official said Friday.

BA in Talks on Missile Shields

British Airways, Europe's biggest airline, said Friday that it is talking to aircraft manufacturers about high-tech measures to guard against surface-to-air missile attacks on its planes.

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