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Ice Dancers Make It 3 Out of 3 for Russia

Tatyana Navka and Roman Kostomarov made it three out of three for Russian figure skaters at the Winter Olympics.

Village Buried by Failed Policy

According to official records, the government of the Philippines knew as early as last May that this village in the eastern part of the country, where more than 1,000 people may have died in a landslide Friday, was in grave danger.

Spiritual Pop Sends Good Vibes Across Middle East

A singer who has shot to fame in the Middle East with songs about Islam and the Prophet Mohammed says his music is quenching a thirst for spirituality in pop.

Hungary and Malaysia Report Bird Flu

Bird flu maintained its relentless march across the globe on Tuesday with Malaysia and Hungary the latest countries to report outbreaks, while in India hundreds of people turned up at medical camps in flu-hit areas.

E.On Offers $34Bln for Endesa

E.On, Germany's largest utility, offered 29.1 billion euros ($34.7 billion) for Spain's Endesa, topping a hostile bid from Gas Natural in what would be the world's biggest utility takeover ever.

Carlsberg to Shutter Hometown Brewery

Denmark's Carlsberg is shutting its hometown factory, where the company has made beer since 1847, to lower costs as the European market shrinks.

Court Rules Against Bankers on Enron

Three British bankers may be extradited to the United States to face Enron-related fraud charges, the British High Court ruled Tuesday, in a judgment marking the first test case of controversial laws introduced to speed up the transfer of suspected terrorists.

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