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Vittorio Arrigoni, an Italian activist in Gaza, was seized by a group opposed to Hamas.
Hamas Says It Found Body of Italian Activist
By FARES AKRAM
An Al Qaeda-inspired Islamic group said Thursday it had kidnapped the man and threatened to execute him.
Belarus Officials’ Details on Bombing Raise Questions, Too
By MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ
The authorities on Thursday released surveillance images they said showed the attacker carrying the bomb that killed 12 people and injured nearly 200.
Hungary Urges Balkan E.U. Entry
By STEPHEN CASTLE
The European Union's embrace of the fragile democracies in the Balkans is weaker than at any time in 15 years, Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary said Thursday.
Third British Journalist Is Arrested in Phone-Hacking Case
By RAVI SOMAIYA and J. DAVID GOODMAN
A third journalist was arrested for his role in an expanding case of phone-hacking by reporters at the British tabloid News of the World, police officials said.
Belgian Bishop Admits Abusing Second Nephew
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
A former Belgian bishop at the center of one of the Catholic church’s biggest pedophile scandals said Thursday that he had abused two nephews and insisted he had no plans to abandon the priesthood.
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Pain of British Fiscal Cuts Could Inform U.S. Debate
By LANDON THOMAS Jr.
A year into Britain’s controversial austerity plan, retail sales have had the sharpest monthly plunge in 15 years and real household income is expected to fall 2 percent this year.
Obama’s Debt Plan Sets Stage for Long Battle Over Spending
BP Gets an Extention From Rosneft to Salvage Their Oil Exploration Deal
By JULIA WERDIGIER
At a shareholders’ meeting, the BP chief executive, Robert W. Dudley, played down the severity of a dispute with its Russian partners at TNK-BP.
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Sixty Chefs in the Palace, and Still 'Just Average'
By ELAINE SCIOLINO
Many of the world's big-name chefs, including Daniel Humm, gathered at Versailles to prepare a $1,270-a-head dinner.
Above the Law
A series examining corruption and abuse of power in Russia two decades after the end of Communism.
From the Lens Blog
Chechnya From Many Angles
By JAMES ESTRIN
Three founders of Verso Images Collective document the capital of Chechnya with online guidance from Yuri Kozyrev and the Objective Reality Foundation.
Landquart Journal
The Game Is American, but the View, Alpine
By JOHN TAGLIABUE
Soccer is Switzerland’s most popular spectator sport, followed by ice hockey, but fans say that football may be third, though it was introduced less than 30 years ago.
The Czech President Pockets a Pen
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French Strike Gbagbo Defenders During Rescue of Japanese Diplomat in Ivory Coast
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In Libya, an Odd-Couple Alliance
By MARK LANDLER
A new act in global affairs: Nicolas Sarkozy plays muscleman to Barack Obama’s citizen of the world.
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Libyan War Not a Sure Thing to Save Sarkozy
By JOHN VINOCUR
Although a majority of the French approve the Libyan intervention, nobody is counting on it to secure a presidential victory.
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The country is the first in Europe to impose restrictions on a form of attire that some Muslims consider a religious obligation.
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The First Human in Space
On the 50th anniversary of human space flight, a look at Yuri Gagarin and his extraordinary journey.
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Italy’s Refuge of Last Resort
Thousands of immigrants are living in limbo in the Puglia region, transplants from a tiny island south of Sicily that has been overwhelmed by a flood of new arrivals from North Africa.
Fleeing North Africa and Landing in an Italian Limbo
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