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Sharapova Won't Play at Fed Cup

World No. 2 Maria Sharapova has pulled out of the Russian team for this weekend's Fed Cup semifinal against the United States.

4 Guilty in London Bombing

Four men were convicted Monday of plotting to bomb London's public transport system on July 21, 2005, two weeks after a coordinated suicide bombing attack on the network killed 52 commuters.

Iraqi Warns Against U.S. Troops Leaving

Iraqi leaders warned on Monday that an early U.S. troop withdrawal could tip Iraq into all-out civil war after reports that debate was growing in the White House over a gradual scaling-down of forces.

UN to Send Experts to Watch N. Korea Reactor Shut Down

The UN's nuclear agency Monday agreed to send experts to North Korea to supervise the closure of its plutonium-producing reactor, said the agency's chief, Mohamed ElBaradei.

Klebnikov's Family Appeals for Justice

Relatives of murdered U.S. journalist Paul Klebnikov expressed hope Monday that his killers would be brought to justice, following a memorial service to commemorate the third anniversary of his death.

NGO Starts Liquidation Amid Probe

The Educated Media Foundation, a nongovernmental organization that works with the media, has decided to wind up its operations after a criminal probe that has left it unable to function.

Matviyenko Calls for Creation of Super Region

St. Petersburg Governor Valentina Matviyenko is pushing for a merger of the city and the surrounding Leningrad region, reviving a proposal floated by St. Petersburg's first mayor in the 1990s.

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