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Japan Faces Potential Nuclear Disaster as Radiation Levels Rise
Forced Evacuations of Plant Workers
By HIROKO TABUCHI, KEITH BRADSHER and MATTHEW L. WALD 19 minutes ago
Japan faced the likelihood of a catastrophic nuclear accident after an explosion at the most crippled of three reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station.
Need Overwhelms Japan After Quake and Tsunami
By MARTIN FACKLER and MARK McDONALD 1 minute ago
NATORI, Japan — Hundreds of bodies are washing up along shores, making clearer the extraordinary death toll.
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U.S.-Saudi Tensions Intensify With Mideast Turmoil
By DAVID E. SANGER and ERIC SCHMITT 16 minutes ago
WASHINGTON — Saudi Arabia’s decision to send troops to Bahrain underscores the delicate position of its ruling class and creates a challenge for the Obama administration.
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Abbas Condemns Killing of Jewish Family
By ISABEL KERSHNER 10:04 PM ET
JERUSALEM — Mahmoud Abbas called the killings “abominable” after Israel criticized the Palestinian leadership’s response.
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For Older Japanese, Tsunami’s Carnage Evokes WWII Horrors
By MARTIN FACKLER 7 minutes ago
NATORI, Japan — Along the northeastern coast of Japan, the elderly who couldn’t outrun the wave make up the largest portion of its victims.
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United Russia Stumbles in Some Regional Votes
By ELLEN BARRY 10:16 PM ET
MOSCOW — While Russia’s ruling party won easily in regional elections this weekend, it drew less than half of the popular vote in a sign that the opposition’s hand is strengthening.
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Saudi Troops Enter Bahrain to Help Put Down Unrest
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MANAMA, Bahrain — Saudi officials said that about 1,000 of their troops had entered Bahrain. Opposition groups denounced the move as a foreign occupation.
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Clinton Meets in Paris With Libyan Rebel Leader
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PARIS — Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s session with Mahmoud Jibril was held behind closed doors, and no public statement was issued.
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Mexico Puts Its Children on a Diet
By ELISABETH MALKIN
A new set of rules regulating what schoolchildren can and cannot eat is considered a first step in battling obesity in one of the fattest countries in the world.
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For Honolulu’s Homeless, an Eviction Notice
By ADAM NAGOURNEY 14 minutes ago
HONOLULU — State officials say they are shutting down a tent colony to encourage development in the city’s waterfront.
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Téa Obreht was born in Belgrade, escaped the Balkan war and settled in the United States, where she has become an acclaimed novelist at the age of 25.
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Kim Barker’s account of covering Afghanistan and Pakistan manages to be both hilarious and harrowing.
A stock price board in Tokyo charted the plunge in the Japanese market.
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