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Syomin Quits Dynamo After Derby Thrashing

Former Russia manager Yury Syomin quit as Dynamo Moscow coach following a 3-0 thrashing by city rival Torpedo in a Premier League derby Friday.

Vorobiev: Blackhawks Biased Against Russians

Chicago Blackhawks forward Pavel Vorobiev has accused his NHL club of bias against Russian players.

Fighting Rages Ahead of UN Cease-Fire Vote

As casualties mount on both sides of the Middle Eastern conflict, Lebanon rejects the U.S.-French draft resolution calling for peace.

Hezbollah Secures Shiite Loyalty Through Charity

Hezbollah paid for his wife's Caesarean section. It brought olive oil, sugar and nuts when he lost his job and even covered the cost of an operation on his broken nose.

Iran Threatens to Cut Oil Exports

Iran vowed Sunday to expand its atomic fuel work and warned that any United Nations sanctions aimed at halting its uranium enrichment would incur a painful riposte, possibly including a cut in oil exports.

Officials Say Castro Is Recovering Favorably

Cuban officials said an aging and ailing Fidel Castro was recovering and could return to power in a few weeks, even though he remained out of sight five days after a surgery that forced him to put his brother in charge of the country.

U.S. Soldiers on Trial in Iraq

Unidentified Iraqi witnesses testified behind closed doors Sunday at a U.S. military court to determine whether five U.S. soldiers should be court-martialed in the alleged rape and slaying of a 14-year-old Iraqi girl.

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