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Davydenko Fined $10,000 for Remark

Russia's Nikolai Davydenko has been fined $10,000 for making negative comments about Sydney's $1.2 million tennis tournament.

Strong Showing Leaves Safin Feeling Confident

Marat Safin declared himself ready to extend his unbeaten run at the Australian Open after he came within a whisker of stretching Roger Federer into three sets at the Kooyong Classic.

Bush Will Send More Troops to Iraq

U.S. President George W. Bush announced that he would send to Iraq 20,000 more U.S. troops to halt the country's collapse into civil war, but many Iraqis -- and the president's opponents in Congress -- were skeptical that the increase could do much good.

Nicaragua Inaugurates Ortega

Former revolutionary Daniel Ortega returned to power in Nicaragua on Wednesday, hours after his ally Hugo Chavez was sworn in for another six years in Venezuela.

Pentagon Warns Contractors Against Canadian Spy Coins

Money talks, but can it also follow your movements? In a U.S. government warning high on the creepiness scale, the Defense Department cautioned its U.S. contractors over what it described as a new espionage threat: Canadian coins with tiny radio frequency transmitters hidden inside.

The Truth Comes Out Eventually

In recent years, the right-wing, Catholic twin brothers who run Poland have advanced two articles of political faith.

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