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Annan Stresses UN Safety in Iraq

UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan cautiously supported a U.S. and Iraqi request that a UN team study whether Iraq could have quick, direct elections for a transitional government.

Ship Capsizes in Norway, 15 Missing

Rescuers called off their search for 15 crew members missing since their freighter capsized in the cold waters of a Norwegian inlet. The men, all Filipino, were believed to be dead, officials said.

'Comeback Kerry' Wins Big in Iowa

U.S. Senator John Kerry celebrated his come-from-behind victory in Iowa's presidential caucuses Monday, saying he had just begun his fight to drive President George W. Bush and ""special interests"" out of the White House.

Bush Grabs Spotlight For State of The Union

As U.S. Democratic presidential candidates push on to New Hampshire from Iowa, President George W. Bush grab the spotlight Tuesday night from those who would replace him with a stay-the-course State of the Union speech.

New Year to Bring Chaos And Wealth: Astrologers

The Year of the Monkey, Chinese soothsayers predict, will bring a stock market boom, a freer yuan currency -- and a hefty dose of political chaos.

Air Liquide Falls After $3.4Bln Messer Deal

Air Liquide, the world's No. 1 industrial gases firm, on Tuesday agreed to buy Messer Griesheim's gas interests in Germany, the U.K. and the United States for 2.68 billion euros ($3.4 billion), bolstering its position there.

Look, No Hands! A Car Parks Itself

Your hands don't even need to be touching the steering wheel for it to start spinning back and forth aggressively, all by itself -- slowly guiding the car into the parking spot.

Carlsberg Makes Offer for Holsten

Carlsberg, the world's fifth-largest beermaker, said Tuesday that Carlsberg Breweries had offered to buy Germany's Holsten Brauerei for 1.07 billion euros ($1.33 billion) to become the biggest brewer in northern Germany.

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