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Paper: VTB to Sign $20M Sponsor Deal With CSKA

UEFA Cup holder CSKA Moscow is to sign a new sponsorship deal with Vneshtorgbank to replace the landmark $54 million deal recently torn up by Sibneft, Vedomosti reported Monday.

Clijsters, Russian Turn Up the Heat

Russia's fifth-seeded Nikolai Davydenko rallied from two sets and a break down to reach the men's quarterfinals and snap Dominik Hrbaty's run of five-set wins.

Turkey Drops Case Against Novelist

A Turkish court on Monday dropped charges against internationally acclaimed novelist Orhan Pamuk, his lawyer said, ending a high-profile trial that outraged European Union officials and sparked questions over Turkey's commitment to free speech.

New Judges for Hussein Trial Named

The two top judges in the Saddam Hussein trial have been replaced one day before the hearings resume after more than a four-week break, an Iraqi official said Monday.

Hamas Campaign Ad 'Bombs' Target Rival Party, Not Israel

A campaign commercial for the Hamas Islamic militant group, ahead of Wednesday's Palestinian election contains explosions and scenes of violence -- but the target is government mismanagement, not Israel, its traditional enemy.

Social Forum Opens in Venezuela

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is hosting one of the world's largest anti-globalization, anti-war events starting Tuesday -- and the timing couldn't be better.

Canada's Right Wing Leads Ahead of Vote

Unless every national poll here is amiss, what has been perhaps the world's winningest political party was heading toward a humiliating defeat on Monday.

Some Nations Want to Be Mothered

In almost every sense of the word, there is a vast distance between this impoverished West African country and prosperous, sophisticated Chile.

Yamaha Accused of Illegal China Sale

Japan bans exports of remote-controlled aircraft that can be used to carry weapons of mass destruction.

Ford Posts Increase in Q4 Earnings

Ford on Monday posted a higher-than-expected 19 percent increase in earnings, boosted by strength in its finance arm and the sale of its Hertz rental car unit, even as its core automotive division lost money.

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