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3 New Faces in Russia Squad

Guus Hiddink has called up three newcomers to his 23-man squad for Russia's Euro 2008 Group E qualifiers against Andorra and Croatia next month.

Separatism Isn't for Everyone

As cultural coordinator for a resource center for new Quebecers, Gabriel Garcia is leading an effort to bridge the gap between the growing number of immigrants here and the mostly French-speaking society into which they have moved.

Bank Uncertain After Wolfowitz's Departure

Paul Wolfowitz's departure as World Bank president is prompting calls around the world to revoke the traditional right of the United States to select the institution's leader.

Clinton's 6 Years at Wal-Mart Left Out at Campaign Stops

In 1986, Sam Walton, the founder of Wal-Mart, had a problem. He was under growing pressure from shareholders to appoint a woman to the company's 15-member board of directors.

Israeli Airstrikes in Gaza Hit Hamas

Israeli warplanes sent missiles slamming into a car carrying Hamas militants and weapons early Sunday, killing three, then demolished militants' arms factories, the Israeli army said, in widening reprisals against Gaza rocket squads.

Australian Detainee Returned

Australian David Hicks, the first Guantanamo Bay inmate to face a U.S. military tribunal, was flown back to his hometown of Adelaide on Sunday to serve out the remainder of his sentence in a maximum-security prison.

Lebanese Forces Strike Back Against Militants in Tripoli

Lebanese forces engaged in heavy gunbattles with Islamic militants in Tripoli and a nearby Palestinian refugee camp Sunday, officials said, in the worst violence to hit the northern city in two decades.

From Protests To Prose

With his handlebar moustache and leather vest, Konstantin Mikhailov looks like he would be more comfortable on a motorcycle than among conservationists.

First Person

I've worked as a mystery shopper about three years. The questionnaire is our instrument. We rate the shop's appearance, how we were advised, how goods were sold to us.

China Town Cheap Eats

Melenka is a democratic restaurant -- it says so on the sign at the front, right next to the restaurant's name. But that's not to say this budget-priced lunch spot is devoid of charm.

Restaurant News

The summer patio season is upon us, as the city's restaurants and cafes open their terraces for the warmer months.

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