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By CLIFFORD J. LEVY
What might be called the Revolt of the Used Car Dealers has unnerved the Kremlin like few other outbursts of public discontent in recent years.
Video: Rumbles of discontent in Russia
By ISMAIL KHAN
In a violent region of northern Pakistan, militants declared a 10-day cease-fire and the government said it was willing to accept the imposition of Islamic law.
By MARK LANDLER
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said the United States would have a "great openness" to the country if it gave up its nuclear ambitions.
By BARRY BEARAK
The 90-year-old patriarch's appearance was viewed as an endorsement for Jacob Zuma, the leader of the embattled African National Congress.
By HIROKO TABUCHI
Japan's GDP shrank at an annual rate of 12.7 percent in the fourth quarter, the biggest drop since 1974, further confirming that the world's second-biggest economy is in a severe recession.
By SIMON ROMERO
President Hugo Chávez handily won a referendum on Sunday that will allow him to run for re-election indefinitely.
Photos: Venezuela votes on referendum
By BILL VLASIC
The Obama administration will instead put the politically delicate task of revamping General Motors and Chrysler in the hands of a panel.
Up in the Alborz mountains, Iranians' long-held dream of freedom seems within reach.
Two judges in the U.S. have pleaded guilty to taking kickbacks for sending teenagers to detention. How should corrupt judges be treated?
Breaking with tradition, Hillary Clinton heads to Asia on her maiden voyage as Secretary of State.
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Photos: A people lost
The Kutupalong camp in Bangladesh is a festering hell of lost hope and inhuman squalor.
Alice Rawsthorn asks which buildings - or bits of buildings - are the architectural icons of our time?
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