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Syria Escalates Crackdown as Tanks Go to Restive City
By ANTHONY SHADID 9:02 AM ET
BEIRUT — The army deployed tanks in Dara’a on Monday, according to accounts by human rights activists, who said that at least five people had been killed.
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Syrian Crisis Tests the Mettle of Its Autocratic Ruler
By ROBERT F. WORTH
CAIRO — Bashar al-Assad, who has long encouraged hopes for a less repressive Syria and then dashed those hopes, is at a decisive moment.
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TRIPOLI, Libya — NATO appeared to escalate its air war, while pro-Qaddafi forces renewed their shelling of Misurata.
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Taliban Help Hundreds Escape via Prison Tunnel
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KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — The Taliban staged a bold prison break in Afghanistan, freeing at least 476 political prisoners, officials said.
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India Arrests Former Chief of Commonwealth Games
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NEW DELHI — Investigators said they had uncovered irregularities in the awarding of contracts for the international sporting event.
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Palestinian Police Kill Israeli Visiting West Bank Holy Site
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JERUSALEM — The Palestinian police shot and killed one Israeli and wounded four others early Sunday after the Israelis surreptitiously visited a Jewish holy site inside a Palestinian-controlled area.
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Libyan Rebels Say They Have Control of Misurata
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BENGHAZI, Libya — The rebels say they drove government forces out of the western city, though shelling has continued, while the government says that its forces withdrew while a cease-fire is being negotiated.
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Haitians Forced Out of Tents to Homes Just as Precarious
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PORT-AU-PRINCE — More than half of the Haitians driven into camps by the 2010 earthquake have moved out, but most of them appear to have been forced out or to have left to escape crime and living conditions.
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MINERAL WELLS, Tex. — A blog has been set up to share information among people forced to flee from an affluent vacation community.
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