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U.S. and Allies Strike Libya
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Britain said several of its Tornado GR4 warplanes flew from Norfolk, England, to participate in airstrikes.
Effort to Halt Qaddafi Attacks on Rebels in Benghazi
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK, STEVEN ERLANGER and ELISABETH BUMILLER 41 minutes ago
American and European forces began strikes against the government of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi in the largest international military intervention in the Arab world since the invasion of Iraq.
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At Qaddafi Compound, a Human Shield
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
At Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi’s compound, hundreds of supporters, mostly women and children, cheered him.
Defiant Qaddafi Says He’ll Arm Civilians to Defend Libya
Euphoric, Egyptians Vote on Future
By NEIL MacFARQUHAR and MICHAEL SLACKMAN
Egyptians flocked to the polls to vote on a package of constitutional changes.
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In Yemen, Opposition Encourages Protesters
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Reeling From Crises, Japan Approaches Familiar Crossroads
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The earthquake and the resulting nuclear crisis will change Japan, but the open question is how, and how much.
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The operator of a crippled nuclear plant in Japan said on Sunday that it was no longer necessary to release radioactive gases.
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Census data suggests that in the deep South, historically hostile to mixed-race couples, attitudes are shifting.
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The former mayor of Moscow and real estate magnate Yuri M. Luzhkov is at the center of a broad investigation.
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The former member of “The Real Housewives of New York City,” now in her second solo spinoff, says Sunday is her day to be lazy.
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