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09/28/2006

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A Long Road Back for Safin

Former world No. 1 Marat Safin has warned people not to expect too much of him this year, even though his stuttering career is showing signs of picking up.

Confident CSKA Beats Hamburg

A second-half header by Brazilian midfielder Dudu gave Russian Premier League champion CSKA Moscow a 1-0 win over Hamburg SV in Champions League Group G on Tuesday.

Corporate Social Responsibility: More Than Just Charity

Some Russian companies have recognized the value of reporting on social responsibility, whether it is with the domestic political agenda in mind or with an eye on an IPO in London.

Russian Business in the Mirror of Western Perceptions

The West has a largely negative view of Russian companies, and the reason is because the West has a negative perception of Russia.

Ordering a PR Campaign? Highlights of 2006

Most respondents thought the FSB's announcement about breaking up a British spy ring served to justify a new NGO law.

U.S. Report Paints Iraq in Bleak Light

The report says the threat from Islamic extremists is growing, at odds with Bush's optimism.

5 Militants Convicted in Jordan

Jordan's military court on Wednesday convicted five alleged militants, including a cousin of slain al-Qaida in Iraq leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, of plotting attacks against U.S. troops in Iraq.

Ahmadinejad Holds Ground as EU Meets Iran's Negotiator

Iran's president vowed Wednesday not to give up the right to nuclear technology, just as EU and Iranian diplomats met to see if Tehran might suspend uranium enrichment and avoid the threat of sanctions.

4 Suspected Terrorists Killed in Raid

The U.S. military said in a statement that four suspected terrorists were killed in a raid in a restive city north of Baghdad.

German and Muslim Leaders Meet

German government officials and Muslim leaders opened a summit Wednesday to launch a two-year dialogue on how to better integrate the country's 3 million Muslims.

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