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O'Connor Hits Winner On His Scotland Return

Lokomotiv and Scotland striker Garry O'Connor celebrated his return from international exile Wednesday by scoring the only goal in his side's 1-0 win in a friendly in Austria.

Russian 'Cow' Advances In Paris

The seeds fared well at Roland Garros on Thursday, as good weather meant there was little hold-up in play.

World Bank Nominee Seeks Reconciliation

Robert Zoellick has dealt with the Cold War, the killing in Darfur, and China's rise as an economic colossus.

UN to Prosecute Hariri Suspects

The UN Security Council voted to establish unilaterally an international tribunal to prosecute suspects in the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, sending a message that there will be no impunity for political murders.

Professional Designs For the World's Poor

""A billion customers in the world,"" Paul Polak told a crowd of inventors recently, ""are waiting for a $2 pair of eyeglasses, a $10 solar lantern and a $100 house.""

Ex-Premier's Party Banned in Thailand

Several hundred die-hard supporters of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra protested Thursday against a stunning court ruling that banned his party and barred 110 of its leaders from politics for five years.

Hard for This Service to Stay Competitive

Officials from the world's anti-monopoly agencies have been sharing their experience in Moscow this week at the Sixth International Competition Network conference.

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