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Not All Among the Chosen

Something quite mundane seems to have helped one religious community bring together an illustrious assortment of the big international names in the area of religion: oil.

Small Talk, Big Problem

Making my way through the giant, packed backyard of the American ambassador's residence the other day -- during the U.S. Independence Day reception, when, it seemed, most of Moscow was there -- I glimpsed an old acquaintance.

Lost Without Commands

When two little girls disappeared in Belgium recently, the entire country followed the story on the front pages of newspapers and leading every television newscast.

Better Early Than Never to Strike a Europe Deal

European Commission head Jose Manuel Barroso has said the European Union would consider a free-trade agreement with Russia after Russia's accession to the World Trade Organization.

Defiant N. Korea Test-Fires Missiles

Foreign leaders condemn the launches, and Japan threatens sanctions.

Enron's Lay Dies at the Age of 64

Enron founder Kenneth Lay, who was convicted of helping perpetuate one of the most sprawling business frauds in U.S. history, has died of a heart attack in Colorado. He was 64.

Israel Authorizes Offensive in Residential Areas of Gaza

Israeli leaders on Wednesday authorized the army to send troops into residential areas of Gaza and gave the green light for the military to push ahead with a plan to create a buffer zone meant to prevent militants from firing rockets into Israel, officials said.

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