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Russia Slowly Taking to Bourgeois Pursuit

Ivan Ivanovich Sergeyev, known as the father of Russian golf, remembers a time when he was unable to even talk about his sport.

Bombings, Shootings Shake Baghdad

A car bomb killed five people Thursday and wounded another 34 after it exploded near a restaurant in central Baghdad, police said.

EU and Iran Fail to Reach Deal

European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana said Thursday that he had failed to reach a deal with Iran's chief nuclear negotiator on Tehran's atomic ambitions, but that they had paved the way for further talks.

Pakistani Fighters Defy Afghan Peace Pact

Musharraf denies his government is encouraging Taliban insurgents on Pakistani-Afghan border .

NATO Approves Extension

NATO defense ministers on Thursday approved an extension of the alliance's Afghan security mission across the entire country, taking in the volatile eastern region and bringing at least 10,000 U.S. troops under allied command, an official said.

Sovereign Football: A Political Fable

Once upon a time, there was a bright but slight young schoolboy named Vladislav who, like most young boys, had a strong desire to fit in and, well, be one of the guys.

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