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Unhappy Birthday Party

One of Moscow's leading theaters, the School of Dramatic Art, marks its 20th anniversary with its founder, Anatoly Vasilyev, in self-imposed exile.

Blatter Leaves the Door Open for Russia 2018

Sepp Blatter left the door open for a Russian bid for the 2018 World Cup on Wednesday.

McCain Will Run for President in '08

U.S. Senator John McCain plans to make a formal announcement of his presidential candidacy next month after a trip to Iraq.

Historian Arthur Schlesinger Dead at 89

Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr., the Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and Kennedy insider who helped define mainstream liberalism during the Cold War and remained an eminent public thinker into the 21st century, has died at the age of 89, his son said.

Dozens Arrested in Denmark After Violent Eviction Protest

Dozens were arrested after angry protesters threw cobblestones at police Thursday, when an anti-terrorism squad started a disputed eviction of squatters from a downtown Copenhagen building, police said.

Italian Prime Minister Survives Key Confidence Vote in Senate

Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi's government survived a key confidence vote, but a division in his coalition over the country's troops in NATO's mission in Afghanistan could lead to further hurdles.

School Opens From Hepburn Dress Sale

French author and philanthropist Dominique Lapierre inaugurated on Wednesday the first of 15 schools to be built in eastern India with money raised from auctioning a black dress that actress Audrey Hepburn wore in the 1961 film ""Breakfast at Tiffany's.""

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