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CSKA's Title: Won in Vladivostok, Made in Brazil

Carvalho's opening goal and Vagner Love's hat trick confirm the title will stay in Moscow as the army side makes it two in a row.

For the Love of Laksa

Attention curry lovers: the laksa has landed.

Restaurant News

Oyster and wine restaurant In Vino has announced an intriguing special offer.

Should Wage Raises Be Pegged to the Inflation Rate?

Do people index salaries to inflation? Not really. In Russia, what's happening is that wages are growing faster than inflation.

Back for an Encore

Securing a new role after retiring from the stage can be a challenge even for the Bolshoi Ballet's brightest stars.

Iraqi Police Detain 200 Suspects

Iraqi forces searching for four Americans and an Austrian who were kidnapped in southern Iraq detained about 200 suspected insurgents, police said Sunday.

Human Shields Prevent Israeli Airstrikes in Gaza

Israel called off airstrikes on the homes of two militants Sunday after hundreds of Palestinians crowded around the buildings forming human shields, a new tactic that forced the army to re-evaluate its aerial campaign in the Gaza Strip.

White House Insiders Jumping Ship

The weekend after the statue of Saddam Hussein fell, Kenneth Adelman and a couple of other promoters of the Iraq war gathered at U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney's residence to celebrate.

Kissinger Paints Bleak Iraq Picture

Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said military victory was no longer possible in Iraq in a television interview broadcast Sunday.

Cruise Weds Holmes in Italian Castle

Officially, they got married in Los Angeles, but the spectacle of the wedding between Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes was here on Saturday, in a 15th-century castle that evoked fairy tales and lit up with red, white and green fireworks for a cheering, celebrity-laden crowd.

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