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O'Connor Nets Winner As Lokomotiv Triumphs

Substitute Garry O'Connor scored in extra time to give Lokomotiv a 1-0 victory over city rival FK Moscow in the Russian Cup final on Sunday.

Right People For the Job

Recruiter Luc Jones advises companies on who they should hire to make their key decisions.

Ask the Boss

Should employees be allowed to drink alcohol in the office?

Lunch on a Shoestring

Supnitsa is a stolovaya reinvented for the 21st century. Unlike the old-school canteens of yesteryear, simple Supnitsa is a cheerful eatery, brightly painted, decorated with large butterfly motifs and bathed in sunlight thanks to large windows.

Restaurant News has announced the results of its annual Best Restaurant awards.

Olmert Promises to Step Up Attacks

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on Sunday vowed to increase attacks on the Hamas militant group after a Palestinian rocket killed an Israeli man in southern Israel.

Thousands Trapped in Camp Siege

A majority of families from a besieged Palestinian refugee camp caught in the crossfire between Islamic militants and the Lebanese army have fled, but thousands of people remain trapped inside, a UN official said Sunday.

Myanmar Activists Clash Before Vigil

Pro-government activists in Myanmar clashed Sunday with hundreds of supporters of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, hurling abuse and preventing them from marching to a prayer vigil for the detained Nobel laureate, witnesses said.

Venezuelans Protest Chavez's Refusal to Renew TV License

Tens of thousands of Venezuelans have taken to the streets chanting ""Freedom, Freedom!"" to protest President Hugo Chavez's decision not to renew the broadcast license of the country's most widely watched television station.

Zimbabwe Raids Opposition Party's Offices

Riot police in Zimbabwe raided the headquarters of the main opposition party, Movement for Democratic Change, arresting dozens of supporters, a spokesman said.

Darfur Graves Unearth Evidence of Atrocities

Uncovered by a restless wind, skulls and bones poke above the thin dirt in this corner of Darfur, lying surrounded by half-buried, rotting clothes.

Irish Leader Seeks Stable Coalition

Prime Minister Bertie Ahern, the savvy survivor of Irish politics, looked ahead to another five years in charge of Europe's most economically dynamic country -- but faced tough negotiations to produce a stable coalition government.

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