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Safin Siblings Advance at Open

The Williams sisters took family ties to the highest levels by winning Grand Slams, but so far brothers and sisters have never won Grand Slams and seldom reach the tennis heights.

Injury Headache Ahead of Hiddink's Croat Test

Guus Hiddink will make his competitive debut as Russia coach Wednesday when his team faces Croatia in its opening European Championship 2008 qualifier.

Yeremenko Closer to Russia Than Finland

Moscow-born Finland striker Alexei Yeremenko says he feels more Russian than Finnish and regrets playing for the Nordic country.

Standing Out From the Crowd With Auto Art

Airbrushed automobiles are becoming chic in Moscow as the driving public looks for ways to stand out in the city's bumper-to-bumper gridlock.

Why Afghanistan Looks on Course for Failure

Behind the glinting ribbons of freshly strung barbed wire, the 100 beds at the new high-security drug wing of Pul-e-Charki prison on the outskirts of Kabul stand empty.

Iranian President Urges Radicalism

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad calls for the ouster of liberal and secular professors from Iranian universities.

Palestinian Peace Talks May Restart

Israel will invite Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to resume long-stalled peace talks after Palestinian militants release a captured Israeli soldier, Israeli Vice Prime Minister Shimon Peres said Tuesday.

Danish Authorities Arrest 9, Avert Suspected Terror Plot

Police in central Denmark early Tuesday arrested nine men suspected of plotting a terrorist attack and acquiring material to build explosives, the country's intelligence service said.

Republicans Focus on Security

In the run-up to the elections, Republicans are planning to highlight issues they believe play to the party's strengths.

Sommelier Robot Can Sniff Through Bottles

The ability to discern good wine from bad, name the specific brand from a tiny sip and recommend a complementary cheese would seem to be about as human a skill as there is. In Japan, robots are doing it.

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