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Airport Crisis Frustrates Travelers, and Airlines
By NICOLA CLARK 27 minutes ago
PARIS — The shutdown looked set to last into Monday, even as some airports cleared the way for a handful of flights heading east or north.
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Travelers in front of a board full of cancellations at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris on Sunday.
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Polish President and First Lady Buried in Krakow
By DAN BILEFSKY and NICHOLAS KULISH 12:58 PM ET
KRAKOW — Some 150,000 Poles bade farewell to their president in a funeral that capped more than a week of mourning.
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Thai Government Supporters Vow Counter-Protest
By SETH MYDANS 1:24 PM ET
BANGKOK — The “yellow shirt” movement added to tensions with a threat to challenge the red shirt protesters with a counter-demonstration.
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Greece Says No New Austerity Measures Demanded
By RAPHAEL MINDER 3:10 PM ET
MADRID — Athens has insisted it will not have to impose tougher austerity measures in return for a loan package.
Pope Meets With Sexual Abuse Victims in Malta
By RACHEL DONADIO 4:19 PM ET
VALLETTA, Malta — Pope Benedict XVI met with a group of victims and expressed “shame and sorrow” at their plight.
Getting What You Pay for on the Mobile Internet
By KEVIN J. O'BRIEN 12:05 PM ET
BERLIN — Mobile traffic is booming. So operators are starting to look for ways to make clients pay based on use.
After Quake, Tibetans Distrust China’s Help
By ANDREW JACOBS
Despite outward signs of ethnic unity, the earthquake has exposed stubborn tensions between Beijing and Tibetans.
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Talk of a Surprise in British Elections
By STEPHEN CASTLE 5:00 PM ET
LONDON — Three decades after its forerunner almost fractured the iron grip of Britain's two big political blocs, the small centrist party is threatening an upset.
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Gates Says U.S. Lacks a Policy to Thwart Iran
By DAVID E. SANGER and THOM SHANKER
WASHINGTON — A secret memo set off a search for new options in dealing with Iran’s steady progress toward nuclear capability.
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South African Judge May Be Kept From Grandson’s Bar Mitzvah
By BARRY BEARAK
A vague threat of violence may mean Richard Goldstone, who led an inquiry into Israel’s invasion of Gaza, won’t attend a celebration for his grandson in a Johannesburg suburb.
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Fleeing Drug Violence, Mexicans Pour Into U.S.
By JAMES C. McKINLEY Jr.
FORT HANCOCK, Tex. — Residents say drug gangs have laid waste to El Porvenir, Mexico, and those who can are fleeing to the U.S.
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In Los Angeles, the Saucer Is Ready to Land Again
By JENNIFER STEINHAUER
LOS ANGELES — Since a chunk fell off three years ago, the futuristic Theme Building at Los Angeles International Airport has been renovated to face the future.
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From Dung to Coffee Brew With No Aftertaste
By NORIMITSU ONISHI
The world’s most expensive coffee beans are found in the droppings of the civet, a catlike animal from Southeast Asia whose digestive tract produces a smooth brew.
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