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Cairo Is Mostly Peaceful as Square Is Jammed
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Antigovernment protesters clashed briefly with Mubarak supporters in Cairo on Friday.
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Fewer Supporters of Mubarak After Two Days of Violence
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and ALAN COWELL 7 minutes ago
CAIRO — With signs of fracturing within Egypt’s ruling elite, some 200,000 people packed Cairo’s central Tahrir Square on Friday.
Vice President Would Become Leader, Officials Say
By HELENE COOPER and MARK LANDLER
WASHINGTON — President Hosni Mubarak has balked at leaving, but talks are continuing with Egyptian officials about a plan in which Vice President Omar Suleiman would lead reforms.
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Europeans Struggle for Consistency on Egypt
By STEPHEN CASTLE 47 minutes ago
BRUSSELS — Britain issued a warning against state-sponsored violence, while Italy suggested that President Hosni Mubarak could manage a transition to democracy.
A Movement’s Leaderless Status May Be a Liability
By KAREEM FAHIM and MONA EL-NAGGAR
CAIRO — Despite logistical challenges, a campaign to oust President Hosni Mubarak has survived, waged by a diverse band of protesters with no acknowledged leader.
A Jewish Group Makes Waves, Locally and Abroad
By DANIEL MING and AARON GLANTZ
Jewish Voice for Peace, an organization based in Oakland, hopes that a new government in Egypt will lead to an end of Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian territories.
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Newly unsealed court documents show that bank executives were suspicious of Bernard Madoff’s accounts and steered clients away from him but did not alert regulators.
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Uncertainty Fuels Food Price Spike, U.N. Says
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UNITED NATIONS — A jittery market reacted to unpredictable weather and tight supplies with the seventh straight month of price increases, the United Nations Food.
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In a Shift, Cubans Savor Working for Themselves
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BAUTA, Cuba — Hoping to resuscitate Cuba’s crippled economy, President Raúl Castro has opened the door to a new, if limited, generation of entrepreneurs.
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Many in Pakistan Fear Unrest at Home
By JANE PERLEZ
ISLAMABAD — As protests sweep the Islamic world, Pakistanis wonder if mass despair and religious ideology could lead to similar scenes in their country.
Asbestos Mine Seeks Aid to Restart Production
By IAN AUSTEN
ASBESTOS, Quebec — Mine Jeffery, in Asbestos, Canada, is hoping to export asbestos to developing countries like India and Pakistan, despite its links to cancer.
Crops Wither and Prices Rise in Chinese Drought
By KEITH BRADSHER
HONG KONG — A severe drought in northern China has badly damaged the winter wheat crop, fueling inflation and alarming China’s leaders.
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Monster or Savior? Doctor Draws New Scrutiny
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ISTANBUL — Interpol is circulating an international red-alert notice for the arrest of Yusef Sonmez, in connection with illegal kidney transplants.
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Journalists Return to Central Cairo, but Threats Remain
By J. DAVID GOODMAN and JEREMY W. PETERS 38 minutes ago
Live television footage of Cairo’s central Tahrir Square resumed Friday, but there were fresh reports of attacks on reporters.
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Crackdown in Egypt Widens but Officials Offer Concessions
By ANTHONY SHADID
CAIRO — While blaming foreigners for the unrest, the Egyptian government offered concessions that once would have been startling.
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With Subtraction and Addition, Haiti Sets Its Presidential Runoff
By RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD
MEXICO CITY — Haiti’s electoral commission removed the government-backed candidate from the second round of voting in favor of Michel Martelly, a popular musician.
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Smaller New Orleans After Katrina, Census Shows
By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON
NEW ORLEANS — Results of the 2010 census show that the population of New Orleans is 29 percent smaller than it was a decade earlier.
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