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In Call With Clinton, Karzai Tries to Clarify a Diatribe
By MARK LANDLER and PETER BAKER
WASHINGTON — President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan expressed surprise that a speech had caused such a stir and said he had not meant to criticize the United States but rather Western news coverage of Afghanistan.
Vatican Priest Likens Criticism Over Abuse to Anti-Semitism
By DANIEL J. WAKIN and RACHEL DONADIO
ROME — A Vatican priest compared the uproar over sexual abuse scandals to the persecution of Jews, but a spokesman said the words were not “an official statement.”
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Iraqi Officials Say 25 Killed in Overnight Attack
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 24 minutes ago
Gunmen wearing Iraqi military uniforms raided homes in a Sunni village south of Baghdad, killing 25, including five women, in an overnight attack.
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Japanese Food Companies Look Abroad
By MIKI TANIKAWA
TOKYO — With a shrinking market at home, food makers are taking their health products and novelty snacks abroad. Above, Japanese seasoning on sale in Indonesia.
Walls, Real and Imagined, Surround the Roma
By DAN BILEFSKY
OSTROVANY, Slovakia — A controversy in a village in Slovakia has flared over a wall that divides the ghetto from the property of white people.
Sadrists Hold Unofficial Vote for Iraqi Leader
By ZAID THAKER and TIMOTHY WILLIAMS
BAGHDAD — The referendum of voters aligned with the militant cleric may prove critical in choosing the next prime minister.
Airline Screening Plan Wins Tentative Praise
By SCOTT SHANE
Analysts said the new system promised to improve decisions about who should be prevented from flying.
3 Germans Die in Afghan Clash
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Three German soldiers were killed and five were wounded in a firefight with insurgents near the city of Kunduz in northern Afghanistan.
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Exiled Pedophile Priest May Have Continued Abuse
By SUSAN SAULNY and LAURIE GOODSTEIN
BOULDER JUNCTION, Wis. — The Rev. Lawrence C. Murphy interacted freely with children in Wisconsin until his death, according to documents and interviews.
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Israel Mounts Air Attacks in Gaza
By ETHAN BRONNER and FARES AKRAM
JERUSALEM — The attacks on Friday, which Israel said were in response to rocket fire, caused no injuries but damaged buildings.
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Kenya Lawmakers Pass Draft Constitution, Limiting Presidency
By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN
NAIROBI — The new constitution would curtail the powers of Kenya’s presidency, enhance individual rights and give more power to local governments.
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Putin Visits Venezuela to Discuss Oil and Arms
By SIMON ROMERO
The Russian prime minister will meet with President Hugo Chávez, who is seeking to expand ties as a way of countering Washington’s influence in the hemisphere.
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A Race to Reap Energy From the Ocean Breezes
By SINDYA N. BHANOO
Massachusetts and Rhode Island are taking different approaches in their competition to become a leader in alternative energy.
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John Forsythe, ‘Dynasty’ Actor, Is Dead at 92
By ANITA GATES
Mr. Forsythe starred in three television series, as Bentley Gregg on “Bachelor Father,” as the sexy telephone voice of Charlie in “Charlie’s Angels” and as Blake Carrington in “Dynasty.”
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Security Checks on U.S. Flights to Be Revamped
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Dr. Roberts, a mentor to Bill Gates, was an early innovator in modern computing.
The lessons of New Orleans could benefit Haiti.
It’s do-it-yourself time for orchestras, which are offering music on the Web.
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Food companies in Japan are increasing the pace of their overseas expansions.
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