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04/13/2006

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Mutko: Hiddink Will Sign Friday

Guus Hiddink's expected move to coach Russia has been approved by the Russian Football Union.

Sometimes It's Necessary to Change Your Mind

Seven weeks ago, I published my case against the Iraq war. I wrote that although I had originally advocated military intervention in Iraq, and had even signed a letter to that effect shortly after the 9/11 attacks, I had since changed my mind.

Prodi Wins, Chirac Retreats, Europe Stalls

It appears that Italians have narrowly voted to oust their longest serving prime minister since World War II -- Silvio Berlusconi, who had pushed Italy's democratic institutions to the breaking point without delivering on his promises of an economic miracle.

The 4 Propaganda Projects

You can hardly turn on the television these days without seeing another report about the government's national projects program.

The Power of the President

Tell someone in the Ukrainian capital that you have an appointment with President Viktor Yushchenko, and you will quickly be showered with advice, suggestions and requests.

Yet Another Murder

For the last week, I have been on a reporting trip in the Canadian province of Ontario. I've had to do a lot of driving, which means I have been listening to the radio for hours on end.

Prodi's Victory Tainted by Turmoil

A slim victory for Prodi indicates Italians are torn between two leaders.

U.S. Tries to Restart Talks

The chief U.S. negotiator on the North Korean nuclear issue urged the communist state Wednesday to resume stalled international talks after an informal gathering in Japan failed to achieve a breakthrough.

Australian PM John Howard Faces Questions on Kickbacks

Prime Minister John Howard announced he would testify Thursday at an inquiry into allegations that Australia's wheat exporter paid millions of dollars in kickbacks to Saddam Hussein.

Mafia Fugitive Arrested After 40 Years

An emotional crowd expresses anger over Provenzano's crimes, shouting, ""Assassin!"" as he is led to jail.

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