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Sayenko Delighted to Answer Hiddink's Call

Ivan Sayenko's bright start to the season for Nuremberg football club has caught the eye of national team manager Guus Hiddink, who has rewarded him with an international call-up, Sport Express newspaper reported Wednesday.

Olmert Rejects UN Blockade Appeal

Israel says the blockade of Lebanon will not be lifted until all the cease-fire's conditions are in effect.

Bombs Rip Through Iraqi Cities

Bombs killed more than 40 people in Iraq on Wednesday morning, including 24 at a market in Baghdad, where insurgents defied a U.S.-backed security clampdown in its fourth week.

Airport Profiling Debate Heats Up

Most experts agree passenger profiling should be based on behavior, not ethnicity.

Inmates Shave Heads to Mop Up Oil Spill

Thousands of prisoners have been shaving their heads and chests to donate hair to help mop up the Philippines' worst oil spill, officials said Wednesday.

Bush Takes Blame for Katrina Inaction

U.S. President George W. Bush, visiting New Orleans one year after it was devastated by Hurricane Katrina, again said he took ""full responsibility"" for the government's much-criticized response to the storm.

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