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Safin Runs Out of Gas Against Federer

Marat Safin knew his chances of beating Roger Federer in Sunday's Australian Open final were very slim long before the match had started.

Al-Qaida Scare Cancels Flights

Six U.S.-bound flights from England, Scotland and France were canceled Saturday because of security concerns.

57 Dead in Kurdistan; Party Offices Targeted

Two suicide bombers struck the offices of two rival Kurdish parties in near simultaneous attacks Sunday as hundreds of Iraqis gathered to celebrate a Muslim holiday.

244 Pilgrims Killed in Saudi Hajj Stampede

A stampede during a stoning ritual at the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca killed 244 worshipers, a Saudi Hajj Ministry official said Sunday.

Maintaining Rail Reform Momentum

Russia's railways are in the midst of a remarkable transformation. Two years ago, the system was entirely a creature of the Railways Ministry, a ""state within a state,"" and the enterprise was completely owned, operated and regulated by the government.

Moral Ambiguity at the Dinner Table

With the family all around the dinner table, I asked my 8-year-old daughter Casey what she'd done in school.

In Pursuit of Freedom From Fear of My Wife

If you were to ask me if I fear my wife, I would say that when I've got nothing to hide, I have no fear.

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