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Kuznetsova Backs Plans for Tennis Revamp

The changes sweeping through women's tennis are music to the ears of world No. 4 Svetlana Kuznetsova.

Rookie Ovechkin Is Washington's Heartbeat

Alexander Ovechkin grabbed a golf club for the first time in his life at the Washington Capitals' preseason charity tournament.

Safina Celebrates Breaking the Top 10 With Edgy Win

Dinara Safina celebrated her rise into the world's top 10 by saving three match points in a 6-1, 5-7, 7-6 victory over Italy's Mara Santangelo at the Stuttgart Grand Prix on Tuesday.

Goodbye Corporate World, Hello Adventure

Brave the rapids of Chile's Futaleufu River, go on safari in the Makgadikgadi Pans of Botswana, dig for dinosaurs in the Gobi desert -- for Annette Loftus, it's all in a day's work.


Anatoly Karlovsky has been appointed to the position of partner in the Assurance practice (Technology, Infocom, Entertainment and Media) of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Russia, the company has announced.

North Korea Faces Harsh Criticism

Neighboring countries organize discussions to determine a leveled response to planned nuclear tests.

Hussein Verdict Delayed

Judges have postponed the verdict in the war crimes trial of ousted Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, an Iraqi court announced Tuesday, a delay that comes amid growing concern that any ruling would sharpen Iraq's deadly sectarian divide.

Police Probe School Gunman's Motives

He brought chains, clamps and K-Y Jelly, indicating he may have planned to torture and molest female students.

Rice Wants Hamas to Cooperate With Abbas

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice called on Islamic militants to cooperate with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, saying the Hamas government could not govern in the region.

Winter Threatens Quake Survivors

At least 1.8 million people living in makeshift shelters and tents are at risk from the Himalayan winter one year after an earthquake ravaged northern Pakistan, the international aid agency Oxfam said Wednesday.

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