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Security Checks on Flights to U.S. to Be Revamped
WASHINGTON — The new approach will replace a broader layer of extra scrutiny that had been imposed recently on all passengers from 14 countries, most of which are Muslim.
Iran Plays Host to Delegations After Iraq Elections
BAGHDAD — Iran has shown no qualms about seeking to influence the formation of Iraq’s new government, even as Washington has tried to stay out of the process.
Israel Mounts Air Attacks in Gaza Strip
Israeli planes and helicopters launched at least seven missile attacks on Gaza on Friday, destroying what a military spokesman described as Palestinian munitions sites.
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Haiti Survivors Freed From U.S. Detention
Virgile Ulysse, a U.S. citizen of Haitian descent, waits for his newly released nephews, among some 40 earthquake survivors kept in federal custody in Florida.
How a Molesting Case Emerged Decades Later
ESSEN, Germany — An accuser of a pedophile priest contacted the church, and the priest himself, after seeing photographs on the Internet of him still working with children.
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Obama Talks With Chinese Leader
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President Obama and President Hu Jintao spoke for an hour by phone about nuclear security on Thursday night.
Countries Blame China, Not Nature, for Water Shortage
BANGKOK — A drought is causing shortages across Southeast Asia, but China is being forced to counter the perception that its dams are hijacking resources.
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Top European Clerics Defend Benedict
ROME — Several prominent European churchmen on Thursday argued that Pope Benedict XVI should not be criticized for his oversight of cases of priestly sexual abuse.
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Kerry Tries to Nudge Syria to Re-engage With the U.S.
CAIRO — The meeting is an indication that the United States is moving to re-engage with Syria as the Obama administration works to resuscitate Middle East peace talks.
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Opposition Boycotts in Sudan Elections
The withdrawal of the main challenger in Sudan’s presidential election has cast a cloud of uncertainty over the vote and is raising the prospects for violence.
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Despite Few Hunters, Seal Pups Face Threats
OTTAWA — The same warm weather that has kept hunters’ boats in harbors has also reduced the amount of ice, a main habitat for harp seals.
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Health Care for All, With Obama Down the Street
PORTLAND, Me. — President Obama traveled to Portland, Me., to discuss health care. Down the street, uninsured and underinsured people sought care at a local health center.
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China Leader to Attend Nuclear Meeting in U.S.
“It seems to me that China should be as interested in nuclear security as anyone. This is not a concern for only the US,” writes Judy.
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Kristof: China, Concubines and Google
“As in other Asian and Eastern European countries, the new middle class in China will demand and get a democratic system,” writes pmccabe51 in Ulan Bator.
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An Apology on an Op-Ed Article
The tales were inspirational on the debut of Sarah Palin’s “Real American Stories” on Fox News. The show was not.
Alec Soth Captures the sin and redemption in the wake of Mardi Gras.
This remake features swords, sandals and monsters, this time around in 3-D.
Evidence suggests that young women are growing less violent — not more.
Six people speak about living with autism-specturm disorders.
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  2. Next Big Thing in English: Knowing They Know That You Know
  3. Financial Tuneup: Retain Your Records No Longer Than You Must
  4. Gail Collins: Mitt Romney, Liberal Icon
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  2. Federal Judge Finds N.S.A. Wiretapping Program Illegal
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  4. Successes (and Some Growing Pains) at Hulu
  5. Secretary of the Army Says He Will Not Pursue 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Discharges
  6. Can Animals be Gay?
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  7. Risk Is Clear in Drilling; Payoff Isn’t
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