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Russia Meets Its Match in Spanish Powerhouse

Spain ended Russia's unbeaten run at the European Championship 81-69 on Sunday, as both team progressed to the quarterfinals.

Media Urging Hiddink to Attack

Russian media have urged coach Guus Hiddink to play an attacking game against England when the two sides meet in Wednesday's Euro 2008 Group E qualifier.

Rude Word Rallies Italy for Change

An Italian comedian's campaign using a rude word to tell off politicians has won the support of more than 300,000 Italians who signed petitions to sweep away a generation of lawmakers they say are corrupt and ineffective.

Ancient Escape Tunnel Found in Israel

Israeli archaeologists say they've stumbled upon the site of one of the great dramatic scenes of the sacking of Jerusalem 2,000 years ago: the subterranean drainage channel Jews used to escape from the city's Roman conquerors.

Personalities Clash in London Race

An election next year for the mayor of London is shaping up to be an unusually brutal battle that exposes one of the country's deepest social divisions: class.

Pakistan Deports Ex-Premier Sharif

Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was deported to Saudi Arabia on Monday, hours after landing in his home country from seven years in exile to head a campaign to replace the country's U.S.-allied military ruler.

U.S. Wants Answers from Iran

The United States urged Iran on Monday to cooperate with an investigation into past suspicious nuclear activities but said even full compliance would not be enough to ease international concerns over Tehran's possession of bomb-making technology.

Petraeus, Crocker Expect Tough Crowd in Congress

Democrats and moderate Republicans in Congress have tough questions for a top military commander in Iraq who is warning against major changes to U.S. President George W. Bush's war strategy.

Missing Girl Case Moving Forward

Portuguese police prepared documents to hand to prosecutors Monday outlining the case in the disappearance of British girl Madeleine McCann, 4, as her parents awaited the outcome at the family home.

Microsoft Sees Cricket as Hiring Aid

On a cloudless summer day, Manish Prabhu stares out at a converted football field thousands of kilometers from his native India and watches a cricket ball skip past some fielders dressed in white.

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