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China 'Disgusted' By Boycotts

China voiced its disappointment on Thursday over movie director Steven Spielberg's decision to quit his Beijing Olympics role because of China's policies in Sudan and said the Games would be a success regardless.

Hezbollah Threatens Israel With War

Hezbollah's chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Thursday threatened Israel with ""open war,"" after accusing the Jewish state of killing one of its top commanders.

U.S. Makes Case for Iran Bomb

The Associated Press
The United States has recently shared new sensitive information with the International Atomic Energy Agency on key aspects of Iran's nuclear program that Washington says shows Tehran was directly engaged in trying to make an atomic weapon, diplomats said Thursday.

Pakistan's President Promises Voting Will Be Free and Fair

The Associated Press
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf pledged Thursday that next week's elections would be free, fair and held on time, after political opponents accused him of planning to rig the vote so that he could maintain his grip on power.

How to Steal Legally

Nothing seems to dampen the authorities' enthusiasm to wipe out any trace of Yukos, which at one point was the country's largest and most transparent oil production company.

The Question That Putin Did Not Take

GPlus Europe, a consulting agency that works for the Kremlin, contacted The Moscow Times last week with a question: Would a reporter like to ask President Vladimir Putin a question at his annual news conference? A GPlus Europe official explained that he had been asked to put together a list of possible questions and, if The Moscow Times would send one, he would submit it to the Kremlin.

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