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12/15/2005

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Dynamo Signs Semshov, 3 Portuguese Face Chop

Russia midfielder Igor Semshov has joined Dynamo Moscow from city rival Torpedo, the Russian Premier League club said on Tuesday.

Quiet Descends in Iraq Ahead of Vote

Campaigning came to a stop Wednesday across Iraq to give the country's 15 million voters an opportunity to reflect before deciding who will govern their country for the next four years.

Good Childcare, Bad English and Healthy Work

We were very interested to read of the tremendous work Orphanage No. 19 is doing in pioneering foster care as a superior alternative to institutional care for children who cannot, for some reason, live with their own families.

Mourners Pan Syria at Tueni Burial

Tens of thousands of Lebanese bid farewell on Wednesday to anti-Syrian publisher and lawmaker Gebran Tueni, turning his funeral into an outpouring of anger against Damascus, which they blame for his murder.

Oldest Mayan Mural Discovered

Inside a ruined pyramid in the Guatemalan jungle, archeologists have unearthed the oldest known Maya painting, a brightly colored 9-meter-long mural depicting the Maya creation myth and the coronation of the Maya's first earthly king.

Beijing Keeps Lid on News of Protest

One week after the police violently suppressed a demonstration against the construction of a power plant in China, leaving as many as 20 people dead, an overwhelming majority of the Chinese public still knows nothing of the event.

Holocaust a Fabrication, Says Iran's President

ranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Wednesday that the Holocaust was a myth, triggering a fresh wave of international condemnation.

Boeing Wins $10Bln Qantas Tender

Boeing won a $10 billion order from Qantas Airways to deliver 65 Boeing 787 Dreamliner jets, with an option for a further 50 planes, dealing a blow to rival aircraft maker Airbus.

WTO Talks Paralyzed by Bickering

The United States and the European Union sparred on Wednesday over farm subsidies, food aid and measures to help the world's poorest countries, souring world trade talks that were already in trouble.

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