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Daniela on a mission to win first title

Top seed Daniela Hantuchova launched her quest for a first career WTA title at the Bali Open on Wednesday with a 6-1, 7-5 victory over Ukrainian Olga Savchuk.

Portugal loses to Denmark, Germany gets draw

LONDON (AP) - Denmark scored two goals in the final minutes to come back and beat Portugal 3-2, Germany salvaged a 3-3 draw at Finland and both England and France produced victories to relieve the pressure on their coaches Wednesday in World Cup qualifying.

Putin warns West against starting arms race

SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - Prime Minister Vladimir Putin warned the West on Thursday against starting an arms race in Europe by stationing a U.S. missile defence shield near Russia's borders and said there was no basis for a new Cold War.

Russia wants guarantees over missile shield

WARSAW (Reuters) - Russia wants the United States and its European allies to provide convincing guarantees that a planned missile defence shield is not aimed against Moscow, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was quoted as saying on Thursday.

Russia wants guarantees over missile shield

WARSAW (Reuters) - Russia wants the United States and its European allies to provide convincing guarantees that a planned missile defence shield is not aimed against Moscow, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was quoted as saying on Thursday.

Putin warns West against starting arms race

SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - Prime Minister Vladimir Putin warned the West on Thursday against starting an arms race in Europe by stationing a U.S. missile defence shield near Russia's borders and said there was no basis for a new Cold War.

Russia wants guarantees over missile shield

WARSAW (Reuters) - Russia wants the United States and its European allies to provide convincing guarantees that a planned missile defence shield is not aimed against Moscow, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was quoted as saying on Thursday.

Rest of world wants Obama as U.S. president - poll

LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama may be struggling to nudge ahead of his Republican rival in polls at home, but people across the world want him in the White House, a BBC poll said on Wednesday.

Club to hold expedition covering 21 nations for adventure seekers

HOW often has one seen pictures of the famous Saint Basil's Cathedral in Moscow with its beautiful multi-coloured onion-like domes and towering spires and wish to see it up close?

Dell may need to outsource PC making

THE cyclical nature of the personal computer (PC) industry may force Dell Inc to come up with a new business model to engage contract manufacturers to produce its PCs, while it focuses on sales and marketing activities.