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02/22/2007

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CSKA Faces an Uphill Struggle

Former winner CSKA goes into Thursday's UEFA Cup first knockout round, second-leg tie with work to do to remain in the competition.

Blair Announces Iraq Troop Cut

Britain will withdraw around 1,600 troops from Iraq over the coming months and aims to cut its 7,100 troop levels to below 5,000 by late summer -- if local forces can secure the southern part of the country, Prime Minister Tony Blair said Wednesday.

Cheney Wants Pullout in Iraq to Be Honorable

U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney said Wednesday that the United States wanted to finish its mission in Iraq and ""return with honor,"" despite the war's growing unpopularity at home and doubts among U.S. allies.

Ballpoint Pen-Sized Newborn Should Be Sent Home Soon

A premature baby, only slightly longer than a ballpoint pen at birth, is due to be sent home in the coming days from a Florida hospital after four months of neonatal intensive care, the hospital said.

Israeli Army Sizes Up Hezbollah

Israel's new army chief said Wednesday that Israel might have to confront Hezbollah to halt the group's attempts to rearm after last summer's war in Lebanon.

Disorder in Guinea Sparks Talk of Coup

For most Guineans, the last straw came two months ago.

With a Bang, Not a Whimper

For a regime facing its final year in power, President Vladimir Putin's Kremlin has been remarkably active so far in 2007.

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