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Sharapova in Nationality Feud

At last week's Acura Classic, tension among Russia's WTA stars broke into the open when Yelena Dementyeva said fellow countrywoman Maria Sharapova was ""not really Russian.""

Sudan Backpedals on Darfur

Sudan stepped back from rejecting the UN Security Council resolution on Darfur, with Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail saying such talk was unwarranted.

Poland Marks Warsaw Uprising's Anniversary

Veterans of the Warsaw Uprising laid wreaths and sang patriotic songs Sunday as commemorations peaked with a visit by German Chancellor Gerhard Schroder, a high-profile mission to atone for the Nazis' brutal crushing of the revolt that began exactly 60 years ago.

WTO Strikes Historic Trade Deal

Rich and poor nations struck a historic deal Sunday to slash billions of dollars in farm subsidies, create more open industrial markets and revive stalled world trade talks that could boost global growth.

Army Parade Staged in Hong Kong

China's military staged its first parade in Hong Kong on Sunday, the country's Army Day, as part of Beijing's efforts to boost patriotism and soothe political tensions.

U.S. Deficit Projected to Hit $445Bln

This year's federal deficit will soar to a record $445 billion, the White House projected in a report provoking immediate election-season tussling over how well President George W. Bush has handled the economy.

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