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Klitschko Wants Unification

The real champion? Not yet. But close. Wladimir Klitschko's seventh-round knockout of Calvin Brock on Saturday night made for an impressive first defense of the IBF title he took from Chris Byrd in April.

Time to Dine Like a Tsar

After a several-year hiatus, the 1 Red Square restaurant has revived its historical dinners program.

Fried Quail With Stolichny Salad

Yar's head chef, Maxim Tarusin, shares a recipe for quail, which he says can be found at gourmet grocery stores around Moscow or via the Internet shop Russky Dvor.

Muslim Moscow Begins to Bloom

For observant Muslims, the capital offers everything from halal meat to segregated swimming pools.

Halal Cuisine

Even if you're not Muslim, restaurants that offer halal food may be worth visiting for national and regional cuisines that are rare in Moscow.

Palestinian Rivals Agree on PM

Pending presidential approval, U.S.-educated Mohammed Shabir may become Palestine's new prime minister.

Iran Ready to Consider Talks Per U.S. Request

Iran said Monday that it was ready to consider any official U.S. request to hold talks after U.S. allies called on Washington to engage the Islamic Republic.

Peace Is Dearer to S. Korea Than Stepped-Up Sanctions

South Korea will not join a U.S. plan to intercept North Korean ships suspected of carrying arms cargo out of fear of raising tensions with its neighbor, officials said Monday.

6 Lebanese Cabinet Ministers Resign

Lebanon's political crisis deepened Monday as a depleted Cabinet approved draft UN statutes for a tribunal to try the killers of ex-Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri despite the resignation of six pro-Syrian ministers.

Al-Sadr Losing Control of Forces

Few have ever described Muqtada al-Sadr, the mercurial leader of Iraq's mightiest Shiite militia, as a statesman.

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