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Sharapova's Form Ominous for Rivals

World No. 2 Maria Sharapova racked up her 18th win in a row with a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Kim Clijsters in the round-robin stage of the season-ending WTA Championships on Wednesday.

Uhrin Brought In to Revive Dinamo Tbilisi

While many men of 63 are either retired or looking forward to putting their feet up, former Czech Republic coach Dusan Uhrin still has a young man's hunger for success.

Claims Against Racist Fans Land Spartak in Hot Water

Saturn football club accused Spartak Moscow fans of racism in an open letter to the heads of the Russian Football Union and the Premier League on Thursday.

Bush Extends an Olive Branch

The U.S. president calls for a new era of bipartisanship with congressional Democrats.

Win for Democrats Heralded in Europe

European politicians who opposed the U.S.-led war in Iraq say they feel vindicated by the Democrats' victory in U.S. mid-term elections and the resignation of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.

Rumsfeld's Likely Successor Is Soft-Spoken, Tough-Minded

In choosing Robert Gates as his next defense secretary, President George W. Bush reached back to an earlier era in Republican foreign policy, one marked more by caution and pragmatism than that of the neoconservatives who have shaped the Bush administration's war in Iraq and confrontations with Iran and North Korea.

Tens of Thousands Grieve Gaza Deaths

Palestinians vow revenge for the deaths of 18 civilians killed in an Israeli tank shelling.

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