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Egypt Detains Mubarak and Sons for 15 Days in Inquiry
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and LIAM STACK 11:21 AM ET
CAIRO — Prosecutors detained former president Mubarak and his two sons Wednesday to face questioning about corruption and use of violence against protesters.
Delegates Meet in Support of Libya Rebels
By CLIFFORD KRAUSS, ALAN COWELL and STEVEN LEE MYERS 9:41 AM ET
DOHA, Qatar — NATO and Arab and African ministers met with the rebels on Wednesday as diplomacy intensified.
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Is Sugar Toxic?
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That it makes us fat is something we take for granted. That it might also be making us sick is harder to accept.
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Feeling the Aftershocks Within
By ANDREW POLLACK and KEITH BRADSHER 12:05 PM ET
TOKYO — Doctors say they are seeing more people who are experiencing phantom quakes, as well as other symptoms of “earthquake sickness” such as dizziness and anxiety.
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Playing Catch-Up on Minimum Wages
By LIZ GOOCH 10:30 AM ET
KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysia could soon join a growing list of Asia-Pacific countries that in the last decade have introduced a form of minimum wage.
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Barcelona Rethinks Endorsement of Nudity
By JOHN TAGLIABUE
The city is expected to approve a resolution empowering the police to stop people on the street who are naked or improperly dressed. Above, Jacint Ribas, who every March pedals through the city in the nude.
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Rival Military Factions Clash in Yemen
By LAURA KASINOF 5 minutes ago
SANA, Yemen — Fighting broke out late Tuesday between rival military factions, leaving at least one soldier from the forces supporting antigovernment protesters dead. Above, protesters on Wednesday.
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Libyan Rebels Reject Talk With Koussa
By ROD NORDLAND
BENGHAZI, Libya — Rebel leaders rejected any suggestion of talks with Moussa Koussa, Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi’s former confidant who fled to Britain. Above, the streets of Benghazi on Tuesday.
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Spending Fallout Weakens Canada’s Leader
By IAN AUSTEN
OTTAWA — Political fallout over spending on Canada’s hosting of two meetings of world leaders threatens to undermine Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s re-election campaign.
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Questions Over Death Penalty Drug Search
By JOHN SCHWARTZ 47 minutes ago
U.S. states seeking sodium thiopental have resorted to swapping with one another and going directly to international suppliers, measures that may run afoul of federal laws.
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Suicide Bomber Strikes Meeting in Afghanistan
By SANGAR RAHIMI and ALISSA J. RUBIN 55 minutes ago
KABUL, Afghanistan — A suicide bomber killed one of the most senior local figures in Kunar Province and 11 other people, including five schoolboys.
Belarus Says Suspects Confessed to Bombing
By MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ 11:21 AM ET
MINSK, Belarus — The president of Belarus said two suspects had confessed to being involved in the subway bombing that killed 12 people, but provided few details.
U.S. Airmen Quietly Restore Airport in Japan
By MARTIN FACKLER
NATORI, Japan — The U.S. military has tried to strike a careful balance in Japan, undertaking one its largest relief operations while trying not to upstage its hosts.
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First Family of Writers Grows by One
By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG
WASHINGTON — Maya Soetoro-Ng, President Obama’s half-sister, is the latest family member to become an author, with her children’s book, “Ladder to the Moon.”
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Japanese Officials on Defensive as Nuclear Alert Level Rises
"We were told for decades that Chernobyl can never happen again: 'our nuclear plants are safe'. - Isn't it time to finally learn the lesson?" writes Ruppert in Germany​.
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NATO needs a political plan for Afghanistan before it withdraws its troop, writes David Miliband.
Brahms has been receiving a warm embrace from the Swiss city.
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