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Having His Cake

U.S. President George W. Bush's new national security strategy makes the point that ""though tyranny has few advocates, it needs more adversaries.""

News Russian-Style

Slobodan Milosevic died in his prison cell, and all last week the Russian mass media discussed this important event.

Irish Culture Goes on Show for St. Patrick's Day

An international audience gathers to watch floats and listen to music on the traditionally Irish holiday.

Racist Taunts Mar Zenit Opener

The Brazilian captain of a visiting football team was greeted by monkey noises from Zenit St. Petersburg fans as he raised the Russian flag to mark the first game of the 2006-07 Premier League season at Petrovsky Stadium on Sunday.

Iraqis Invest in Terrorism Insurance

Twice in the past year, Muhammad Said has survived assassination attempts that left his car riddled with bullets. He works part time as a bodyguard for his father, a Baghdad city councilman, and helps a friend who has contracts with the U.S. military. Both are very dangerous jobs.

Gunmen Lead Bloody Charge Into Iraqi Jail

Insurgents kill police and free prisoners as politicians continue the struggle to form a new government.

Candidates Chase Italian Vote Abroad

Millions of brand new voters, many of whom have never set foot in Italy and barely speak Italian, could decide a tight race between Premier Silvio Berlusconi and challenger Romano Prodi.

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