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Moscow Poison Rumors 'Rubbish'

The German tennis federation believes there is no medical evidence to support a rumor that Tommy Haas was poisoned during Germany's Davis Cup semifinal defeat to Russia in Moscow in September, while a senior Russian tennis official labeled it ""complete rubbish.""

Musharraf Sets Date For Presidential Vote

Pakistani national elections will take place before Feb. 15, President Pervez Musharraf said Thursday, after Western allies and opponents had demanded that polls be held on time and emergency rule scrapped.

Motives Sought for Shooting

TUUSULA, Finland -- A teenager who killed eight people in a high school shooting in Finland was a social outcast who was bullied in school but appears to have picked his victims randomly, a senior police official said Thursday.

Schengen Zone to Expand Eastward

Citizens from nine new EU members, most in Eastern Europe, will be able to travel passport-free to most other countries in the bloc as of Dec. 21, after EU justice and interior ministers on Thursday endorsed landmark plans to lift border checks.

U.S. Army Chopper Crashes in Italy

A U.S. Army Black Hawk helicopter crashed in northern Italy on Thursday, killing four Americans and wounding at least six others, three of them seriously, officials said.

U.S. Falling Behind in Fast Internet Services

The United States is starting to look slow on the Internet. Examples abound of countries that have faster and cheaper broadband connections and more of their population connected to them.

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