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Drawdown plans announced by the U.S. and more than a dozen other nations will shrink the foreign military footprint in Afghanistan by 40,000 troops at the close of next year, leaving Afghan forces increasingly on the frontlines of the decade-long war.
The Washington Redskins re-signed receiver Donte Stallworth and defensive end Darrion Scott and placed receiver Leonard Hankerson (torn labrum in right hip) and defensive end Kedric Golston (knee) on injured reserve.
France's next generation of soccer players could get their chance Friday when the national team faces the United States in an exhibition.
Coming to the end of two weeks overseas, I'm writing on a small portable with a screen whose diagonal measure is slightly less than 10 inches. Typing is largely a breeze, thanks to the fold-down keyboard. And battery life is superb, I'm estimating the better part of 10 hours.
Finland put itself in position to reach the quarterfinals of the European basketball championship for the first time, using its perimeter shooting to beat Georgia 87-73 on Saturday.
Second-seeded David Ferrer reached the Swedish Open quarterfinals by beating countryman Pere Riba 6-2, 7-6 (4) late Thursday night.
Carlos Bocanegra was sitting in a little cafe Sunday morning, watching the U.S. women's thrilling comeback against Brazil in the World Cup quarterfinals in Germany.
Scott Lipsky has struggled to make a living while toiling on the minor tennis tours. Now the 29-year-old American is a Grand Slam champion.
It is a beautiful place with a tragic history. In 1914, the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne was assassinated while riding in his carriage in the center of the town by a Serbian nationalist. This act was the spark that ignited World War I. It was a war without purpose that cost millions of lives. Some 80 years later, another Serbian nationalist by the name of Ratko Mladic commanded the Serbian forces that not only killed many residents in Sarajevo, but he is said to have ordered the massacre of 8,000 Bosnian men and boys in the Bosnian city of Srebrenica.