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

'Miracle' Needed to Stop CSKA

Veteran Auxerre coach Guy Roux says his side needs a miracle to overturn a 4-0 deficit when it hosts CSKA Moscow in the second leg of their UEFA Cup quarterfinal Thursday.

Dementyeva Confident on Her Return

Second seed Yelena Dementyeva made a confident start to her claycourt campaign as she beat compatriot Alina Jidkova 6-4, 6-4 on Tuesday to reach the third round of the Family Circle Cup.

Workers Race to Save Trapped Bangladeshis

A desperate search to find 100 or more trapped factory workers dead or alive intensified Wednesday with the Bangladesh army taking full charge of the rescue operation.

Former U.S. Intelligence Chief Hammers Bush's UN Nominee

The U.S. State Department's former intelligence chief on Tuesday described John Bolton, President George W. Bush's nominee for ambassador to the United Nations, as a ""bully"" who abused his authority and power, intimidated intelligence analysts and damaged the integrity of the agency.

UN Treaty Targets Nuclear Threat

The global treaty would strengthen the legal basis to combat nuclear terrorism.

Polls Say France Is Set to Scuttle EU Constitution

Historically, the French have liked the idea of a united Europe as long as they could run it.

Volcanoes Force Indonesian Evacuations

More than 25,000 panicked residents have been evacuated from the slopes of a volcano on Indonesia's Sumatra island, and officials raised the alert level Wednesday as the mountain's activity intensified.

Sharon Unmoved by Bush's Concerns

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon brushed off a warning from U.S. President George W. Bush about further West Bank settlement growth, indicating Israel would continue to solidify its hold on areas it considers of strategic importance.

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