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Death Toll Surges in Libya
Violent clashes between protesters and security forces snowballed in cities throughout eastern Libya, as the country's leader Moammar Gadhafi struggled to crush an uprising aimed at ending his 42-year rule.
Nearly 100 Killed in Libyan Crackdown
Interactive: Uprising in the Middle East
Region's Protests Spread to Morocco
Iran Forces Push Back Swell of Protesters
Iran's opposition for the second time in a week drew tens of thousands of protesters across the nation on Sunday calling for the end to the Islamic Republic's rule. They were met with what witnesses said was an extraordinary large and violent crackdown by government security forces.
Call for Protests Unnerves China
Chinese authorities detained dozens of political activists after an anonymous online call for protests in 13 cities, though only a handful of people appear to have shown up to demonstrate.
Bahrain Calm With Talks to Resume Monday
Strategic Puzzle Shifts in Middle East
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Diageo Nears Deal With Turkish Spirits Maker
Diageo is close to buying Turkish spirits company Mey Icki for between $2 billion and $2.5 billion, a deal that would give the U.K. alcohol giant access to a vast distribution network Turkey.
Icesave Deal Vetoed
Iceland's president again vetoed a bid by the Parliament to repay the U.K. and the Netherlands more than $5 billion lost by depositors in Iceland's banking collapse—sending the matter to a referendum.
Trichet: Price Stability Vital
The European Central Bank must avoid at all costs the rise in oil and commodities prices being passed on to wages and other prices, its president, Jean-Claude Trichet, said, repeating that the ECB will do whatever it takes to ensure price stability in the euro zone.
Irish Banks Behind ECB Lending Surge
An unusual surge in ECB overnight lending last week was connected to Ireland's effort to wind down nationalized lenders Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Nationwide Building Society, a person familiar with the matter said.
Groupon Gears Up for Chinese Market
Online deals website Groupon appears to be making preparations to launch operations in China, a move that could shake up the market for group buying.
G-20 Deal Reached
Negotiators from the world's leading economies haggled all night over seemingly technical details regarding how to measure global economic imbalances. They eventually produced a 53-word sentence intended to appease all sides—and open to interpretation by all sides.
Italy Claims G-20 Support on Debt
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G-20 Move Toward Early-Warning System
Trichet: Deal Won't Undercut Central Banks
German Minister: No Targets on Indicators
China Agrees to Scrutiny of Yuan Policy
CME, Deutsche Börse Explored Tie-Up
Geithner Criticizes Spending Cuts
G-20 Look Warily at EU
National Bank of Greece Caps Alpha Bid
ECB's Draghi Urges Tighter Fiscal Rules
China Central Bank Raises Reserve Requirement
Boomers Find 401(k) Plans Fall Short
The 401(k) generation is beginning to retire, and it isn't pretty. The retirement savings plans that many baby boomers thought would see them through old age are falling short in many cases.
Weekend of Violence Leaves Scores Dead in Afghanistan
Iran Opposition Raises Stakes
U.S. Vetoes Israeli Settlement Resolution
Back on Island, Koreans Find Ruin
Bipartisan Talks to Cut Deficit Stumble
German Defense Minister Drops Doctoral Title
Russian Judge's Aide Says She Fears for Family
U.S., Turkey Row Over Press Freedom
Smart Dictators Don't Quash the Internet
Mubarak had no idea how to counter the power of social media. China, Russia and Iran know better.
Was Mobile World Congress Worth It?
Nokia Seeks Work With Competitors
Mobile Ads Face Hurdles
Life & Culture
The Six-Legged Meat of the Future
Insects are nutritious and easy to raise without harming the environment. They also have a nice nutty taste.
Where Have the Good Men Gone?
A Royal Ragout
The Best Sports Car, and Why to Skip It
The Beauty Industry's Knowing Nose
London's Hot Winter
Cocktailian's Secret Weapon: Sherry
My Perfect Honeymoon (That I Spent Alone)
Novelist Jennifer Belle on the joys of honeymooning alone in Venice.
A Long Weekend in Martinique
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Christie Ducks Questions on Wisconsin Union Battle
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The Sweeter Side of Wine
Test-Driving McLaren's Fast MP4-12C Coupe
Why Are Men Today Such Losers?
Lady Gaga Goes Glam for AIDS Fight
U.S. Vetoes U.N. Settlement Vote
Orient's Olympic-Sized Threat to its Survival
One of London's smallest football clubs could be a victim of the 2012 Games stadium battle.
D.C. Native Seeks Baltic Boxing Crown
A Burst of Lush, Opulent Glamour
Luxe textures from Ralph Lauren, Proenza Schouler, Isaac Mizrahi and Calvin Klein.
Interactive: Fashion Week in Photos
New York Fashion Week: Isaac Mizrahi
Milly Pairs Pinks With Traditional Tones
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Hungary to Leave Controversial Media Law's Core Intact
Hungary has drafted a new version of its media law after criticism from the European Commission. Most of the controversial sections will remain unchanged.
Belgium Ticks Toward Iraqi Record
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said the Obama administration would support—but not seek to direct--pro-democracy forces across North Africa and the Persian Gulf.
The Bank of England sent a strong signal in its inflation report that it won't raise interest rates as rapidly as market participants expect.
Mining stocks dropped after China took another step to cool its economy, leaving European markets little changed.The Stoxx Europe 600 index fell fractionally, its first loss in six sessions.
U.S. antitrust enforcers have begun looking at the terms Apple set this week for media companies who want to sell their content on the iPad and other devices.
Banks Find Capital Rule Loophole
Some foreign banks are moving to restructure their U.S. operations to avoid one of the most-burdensome requirements of the new Dodd-Frank law.
Sapporo to Expand in North America
Hyundai Motor Seeks a Discount
Ryan Says Not Looking for Government Shutdown
U.S. House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan said Sunday he wasn't pushing for a government shutdown as a budget deadlock continued, and suggested Republicans would seek a short-term extension of the budget to allow negotiations to proceed.
Protests Fail to Sway Wisconsin Governor
Budget Protests in Wisconsin for Fifth Day
Life & Style
A London West End Revival
While London's Leicester Square has long been associated with multiplex cinemas, casinos and tourists, it hasn't typically been known as a desirable place to stay. But with the opening of two upmarket hotels, that may change.
Carnival's Masked Charms
Touring the North Shore
A Butcher, a Baker, a Microchip Maker
Keeping out immigrants who want to work won't create any new jobs for Britons on the dole.
China's Hooligan Government
Brian M. Carney: What's Wrong With the Alternative Vote
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