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Russia Defeats U.S. to Reach Fed Final

Nadia Petrova and Elena Vesnina beat Wimbledon champion Venus Williams and Lisa Raymond in the decisive doubles contest to give Russia a 3-2 win over the United States in their Fed Cup semifinal Sunday in Stowe, Vermont.

80 Killed in Kirkuk Bombings

A suicide bomber detonated a truck bomb Monday near a Kurdish political party's offices in Kirkuk, followed by two other car bomb blasts, in a coordinated attack that killed more than 80 people and wounded more than 150, police said.

Earthquake Starts Fire at Atomic Plant

A 6.8-magnitude earthquake rocked Japan's northwest coast Monday, killing at least seven people. The quake injured hundreds, flattened buildings and triggered a fire and leak at a nuclear power plant.

U.S. Sees Progress on N. Korea

The United States is looking to build on momentum created by North Korea shutting down its nuclear reactor and will consider removing it from a list of terrorism-sponsoring states, the main U.S. envoy on the issue said Monday.

France and Germany Rework EADS Management System

France and Germany agreed Monday to streamline management at European aerospace giant EADS, looking to resolve a longstanding power struggle over the company that has dented bilateral relations.

Congo Sorry Pygmies Were Placed in Zoo

The Republic of Congo formally apologized Sunday for housing a group of visiting Pygmy musicians at a zoo while fellow festival performers were housed in schools and hotels.

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