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Russia Edges Spain 60-59 to Win Gold

Jon Robert Holden scored with two seconds remaining Sunday to lift Russia over Spain 60-59 in a thrilling European Basketball Championship final.

City Gets a 'Lover's Lane'

How a park restoration project has created a romantic retreat.

What to Do: Go See the Amorphophallus

It has earned nicknames such as Voodoo Lily and Devil's Tongue due to its arguably offensive appearance, and its real name -- Amorphophallus -- derives from its phallic shape. Its real notoriety, however, is largely due to its repellant smell.

Ahh, But It's the Arbat

Wayne's Coffee, the Scandinavian cafe chain with outlets in Estonia, Finland, Sweden and Poland, has recently opened its first location in Russia.

Ask the Chef

London-based Brazilian chef Meria do Carmo is the guest chef at restaurant Zolotoi for its Brazilian Gourmet Week, which runs from Sept. 17 to 23 as part of the Rozamira '07 festival.

Thai Crash Death Toll Rises to 89

Thai rescue workers dragged the last bodies Monday from the charred wreckage of a budget airliner that crashed while trying to land in a fierce monsoon storm on the resort island of Phuket, killing 89 people.

Microsoft Loses Big in European Court

Microsoft suffered a stunning defeat Monday, when an EU court backed a European Commission ruling that the U.S. software giant abused its power to crush competitors.

Iran Could Face EU Sanctions

European leaders are considering their own economic sanctions against Iran over its refusal to forgo parts of its nuclear program, France's foreign minister said, indicating that penalties imposed by the UN have not been effective.

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