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A brief look at the stories making headlines in the Russian-language press

Philippines to Leave Iraq 'Soon'

The Philippine army awaited word Tuesday on whether it would withdraw from Iraq earlier than scheduled amid deepening confusion over Manila's response to militants threatening to behead a hostage if its troops stay.

Blair Facing Damning Report on Intelligence

British Prime Minister Tony Blair, no longer confident that weapons of mass destruction will be found in Iraq, faces a potentially damning report on Britain's prewar intelligence this week.

Court Overturns EU Deficit Ruling

Europe's highest court ruled Tuesday that European Union governments were wrong in the way they let France and Germany off the hook last fall for running up big budget deficits in violation of rules underpinning the euro.

Annan: U.S. Should Lead War on AIDS

The United States must lead the fight against AIDS with the same commitment it shows in the battle against terrorism, UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Tuesday.

Russia to Fight for First in Athens

More than a decade after the Soviet Union's collapse undermined Russian sports, the country's athletes are aiming to resume domination of the Olympics, Russian Olympic Committee head Leonid Tyagachyov said Monday.

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