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Car Bomber Kills 10 Near Ramadi

A suicide car bomber killed at least 10 in a market near Ramadi on Tuesday, a mortar attack on a Shiite district in southern Baghdad killed at least four and police in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk said intruders killed two elderly nuns.

Blair Hopes Talks Will Secure Sailors' Release

Britain hopes that diplomacy will win the release of 15 sailors and marines detained by Iran but is prepared to move to a ""different phase"" if negotiations fail, Prime Minister Tony Blair said Tuesday.

U.S. Military Makes Show of Strength in Persian Gulf

The U.S. Navy on Tuesday began its largest demonstration of force in the Persian Gulf since the 2003 invasion of Iraq, led by a pair of aircraft carriers and backed by warplanes flying simulated attack maneuvers off the coast of Iran.

UN Report Calls for Kosovo's Independence

Kosovo's minority Serbs should accept a UN proposal to grant the province eventual independence from Serbia, Kosovo's prime minister said Tuesday.

Australia Expects Hicks Sent Home

Australia's foreign minister said Tuesday that he expected an Australian terrorist suspect would soon be returned to serve a prison sentence after he pleaded guilty at a U.S. military commission in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

Britain Prepares Emergency Ireland Bill

Britain prepared an emergency bill Tuesday to preserve the Northern Ireland Assembly and permit its Protestant and Catholic leaders to forge a historic administration by a new May 8 deadline.

The Little Sweaty Fist Hypothesis

""This is very easy to understand,"" said President Vladimir Putin last year, explaining his idea of an energy policy.

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