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Injuries Hurt Russia's Davis Cup Plans

Russia has suffered a huge setback to its Davis Cup hopes after Nikolai Davydenko and Mikhail Youzhny retired with injuries at the St. Petersburg Open on Wednesday.

Relaxed Mindset Helps Bring Out Petrova's Best

Nadia Petrova credited her success on the WTA tour this year to her decision to sack former coach Glen Schaap.

Moscow Opposes UN Iran Proposal

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday signaled Russian opposition to a draft UN Security Council resolution proposed by European nations that would impose sanctions on Iran over its disputed nuclear program.

S. Korea Moves to Enforce Sanctions

South Korea announced Thursday it would ban the entry of North Koreans who are part of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program, the first step taken by Seoul to adhere to United Nations sanctions.

Living It Up in Iran

The well-to-do Iranian drinks and reads and watches what he wishes behind the walls of his private mansion.

Responsibility Gets Lost in Transmissions

In his annual call-in show, President Vladimir Putin again stood front and center as a leader, the person who ultimately answers for what is happening in the country.

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