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By MICHAEL WINES
WASHINGTON — President Hu Jintao came offering some concessions to demonstrate that constructive relations were essential.
By IAN JOHNSON
BEIJING — The report from the National Bureau of Statistics did little to quell concern that China’s economy was growing at an unsustainable pace. Doug Mills/The New York Times
President Obama and President Hu Jintao.
By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG WASHINGTON — Well-known Chinese-Americans, along with the heads of Microsoft, Boeing, Goldman Sachs and Walt Disney, joined President Obama and President Hu Jintao of China.
By JOHN LELAND and DURAID ADNAN
HABBANIYA CECE, Iraq — A town known for its religious harmony had about 70 Christian families before the 2003 invasion by the United States. Now it is down to just one. More News
By MICHAEL R. GORDON
WASHINGTON — An extraordinary Iraqi archive kept classified until this week reveals how Saddam Hussein attempted to win Soviet support before the first United States war with Iraq. Multimedia Collection Documents
By HELENE COOPER and MARK LANDLER
WASHINGTON — President Obama and President Hu Jintao of China pledged to nurture their nations’ common interests, but they also acknowledged differences on trade and human rights.
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By STEPHEN CASTLE
BRUSSELS — Accused of stifling press freedom, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said he would amend the law if it were found incompatible with European law, but then accused his critics of insulting the Hungarian people.
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By JOHN LELAND
BAGHDAD — For the second time in two days, Iraqi security forces were attacked by a bomber, who blew up an ambulance packed with explosives, killing at least five.
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By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK TUNIS — Leaders of Tunisia’s tiny legal opposition parties prepared a push to reshuffle the nascent unity government.
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By GINGER THOMPSON PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Jean-Bertrand Aristide, who was ousted in 2004, said “the people of Haiti have never stopped calling for my return,” but the United States is expected to block any attempt that he do so.
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By CHARLIE SAVAGE
WASHINGTON — The move would clear the way for tribunal officials to bring new charges against detainees for the first time under the Obama administration.
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