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Sharapova Crushes Myskina in Miami

Maria Sharapova powered into her fifth semifinal in as many events this season with a 6-3, 6-3 defeat of Russian rival Anastasia Myskina at the Nasdaq-100 Open on Wednesday.

Iran Rejects Calls to End Enrichment

Six world powers meet to discuss their next steps on Iran's nuclear program.

Journalist Released in Baghdad

American journalist Jill Carroll was freed in Iraq on Thursday, nearly three months after being kidnapped in Baghdad, her newspaper said.

Council Signs Off on French Labor Law

France's Constitutional Council signed off Thursday on a contested labor law that has sparked massive protests, leaving President Jacques Chirac with the tough decision of what to do next.

Tapes of Sept. 11 Victims Revive Families' Pain

Recently released 911 calls made from inside New York's twin towers cause 27 families to relive difficult memories.

Who Should Travel, Who Should Not

The aftermath of the rigged presidential election and brutal crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Belarus has elicited a predictable response in the West. The European Union and the United States have reimposed a travel ban on top Belarussian officials, while economic sanctions are also likely to be imposed. We've been here before.

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