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Poland, Ukraine Face Big Challenge

Poland and Ukraine, hosts of the 2012 European championship, said Thursday that their creaky infrastructures would be whipped into shape for the biggest sporting event in their histories.

3 Emerge at Top in Race For Nigerian Presidency

A former military dictator, the current vice president and a state governor backed by the departing president have emerged as the top three candidates in Nigeria's troubled presidential elections scheduled for Saturday.

EU Quietly Roots for Sarkozy

European Union officials are quietly hoping conservative Nicolas Sarkozy will win France's presidential election and move swiftly to reform EU institutions and modernize his country's shackled economy.

Nabokov's Big in Beijing

Most Russians think that they see bits of Gogol and Dostoevsky regularly in their daily lives; I see Nabokov everywhere.

Getting a Little Verb Tense

Way back in Russian 101, the language's verb system was presented as a good news-bad news situation.

Panel to Examine Massacre Handling

A state panel's inquest into a massacre at Virginia Tech will examine far more than what happened during the two hours between slayings on the campus, an official picked to head the panel said.

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