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Brzezinski suggests new US policy in Europe
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UAW, GM work to meet settlement deadline
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Mubarak: death sentence for Sadat assassin
Central America developments
The satellite sellers
Reagan's cautious side
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Tiger manager says Yankees will be hard to beat
Defensive standout Don Marcotte proves two-way hockey still pays off
Corporate annual reports stress strategic planning
Arctic conflict: dog sleds vs. icebreakers
Columbia's flight: some firsts for No. 3
Oil glut: OPEC may have its figures wrong
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Do Soviets use weapons the world has banned?
History of mammals: new clues from Antarctica
A troubled decade for the ERA
Africans find their ideals tested on nitty-gritty issues
Greener pastures for Polish farmers?
Kuwait City's 'weather market,' where the winds of fortune blow
S. Africa warms up to black neighbors
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