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Russia Wins Hockey Tour Title

Yevgeny Malkin and Danis Zaripov scored in the second period to give Russia a 2-1 win against Sweden in the European Hockey Tour final on Monday.

CSKA Euroleague Champion At Last

Facing a 35-year drought, a disastrous recent track-record and 10,000 raucous opposing fans, the CSKA Moscow basketball team captured the Euroleague crown Sunday with a 73-69 victory over Maccabi Tel Aviv, dashing the Israeli club's bid for a third consecutive title.

Immigrants Vow March Just the Start

A day after marches draw 1 million, U.S. immigrants promise to fight for reform.

Soldiers Up in Arms at Iraqi Army Graduation

The graduation of nearly 1,000 new Iraqi army soldiers in restive Anbar province took a disorderly turn Sunday when dozens of the men declared they would refuse to serve outside their home areas, according to U.S. and Iraqi military authorities.

AIDS Spurs Pope to Mull Changing Condom Policy

Even at the Vatican, not all sacred beliefs are absolute: Thou shalt not kill, but war can be just. Now, behind the quiet walls, a clash is shaping up involving two poles of near certainty: the church's long-held ban on condoms and its advocacy of human life.

Bolivia Seizes Foreign Majors' Gas Fields

President Evo Morales sent soldiers to occupy Bolivia's natural gas fields and threatened to evict foreign companies unless they give Bolivia control over production.

Zimbabweans Reeling as Inflation Exceeds 900%

Sky-high prices have transformed goods like tea and bread into luxury items.

America's Untold Story of Israel and the Bomb

On Sept. 9, 1969, a big brown envelope was delivered to the Oval Office on behalf of CIA Director Richard Helms. On it he had written, ""For and to be opened only by: The President, The White House.""

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