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06/29/2006

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Expat Professor Enjoys Cult Status in the Urals

Perm students rave about South-African born, British-raised professor Cyprian Lunga.

Film Piracy Saga Is Pure Hollywood

A distributor believes her movies are being counterfeited. She writes a script, finds actors, hires a gumshoe and tracks down a suspect.

Israel Sends Ground Forces Into Gaza

Prime Minister Olmert threatens ""extreme steps"" if a soldier is not freed.

Iran Talks Delayed to After G8

A meeting between European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana and Iran's top nuclear negotiator has been postponed until after Group of Eight foreign ministers meet Thursday, an EU diplomat said Wednesday.

Rallies for Ousted East Timor Minister Flare Up in Violence

Gangs of young men hurled rocks at a camp housing refugees and torched buildings in East Timor's capital Wednesday, as fresh violence erupted between supporters and opponents of recently ousted Prime Minister Mari Alkatiri.

Hussein's Korean Lobbyist Was 'Simply a Middleman'

A South Korean businessman accused of secretly lobbying the United Nations on behalf of Saddam Hussein's government was ""simply a middleman"" who did not intend to break any U.S. laws, his attorney told a federal jury Tuesday.

EMI, Warner in Takeover Tussle

EMI and Warner Music were locked in a two-way $4.6 billion takeover battle on Wednesday, with each trying to acquire the other to create a combined company that would shrink the industry to three dominant players.

India's Young Build on Ancestral Land

In a rush to build shops, offices and houses worthy of a thriving economy, a new elite is emerging in India -- young men asked to turn plots of family land into a property business.

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