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Killings and Rumors Unsettle a Libyan City
By KAREEM FAHIM 26 minutes ago
BENGHAZI, Libya — The deaths of former government officials in Benghazi, the center of the Libyan resistance, appear to be rooted in vengeance and have raised the specter of a death squad.
Ally of Assad Says Syria Will Fight Protests Till ‘the End’
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DAMASCUS, Syria — The ruling family believes it must survive at all costs or the region would be thrown into chaos, Syria’s most powerful businessman suggested in an interview.
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Bin Laden Sons Say U.S. Violated International Law
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The adult sons of Osama bin Laden have lashed out at President Obama over their father’s death, accusing the United States of violating legal principles.
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TOKYO — Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that Japan must “start from scratch” in creating a new energy policy.
A Revolution’s Namesake Is Contraband in China
By ANDREW JACOBS and JONATHAN ANSFIELD 1:02 PM ET
DAXING , China — Since Tunisian revolutionaries anointed their successful revolt the “Jasmine Revolution,” the flowering cousin of the olive tree has been branded a nefarious change-agent.
Court Rejects Bid to Limit News on Celebrities
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PARIS — The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg struck down a legal bid to strengthen the privacy protections for public figures.
Berlusconi Steals Limelight From Milan's Mayor
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MILAN — Mayor Letizia Moratti has been regularly upstaged every time the Italian prime minister, Silvio Berusconi, has come to town to campaign for her.
U.S. Still Waits for Access to Bin Laden Widows
By CARLOTTA GALL 4:17 PM ET
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Pakistan has not yet allowed American investigators access to the three widows of Osama bin Laden taken into Pakistani custody, nor shared their interrogation report.
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With Help From NATO, Libyan Rebels Gain Ground
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QARYAT AZ ZURAYQ, Libya — NATO aircraft bombed Tripoli on Tuesday, as rebel advances elsewhere suggested strains on Qaddafi’s forces.
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U.N. Urges Ships to Help Migrants in Mediterranean
By ALAN COWELL and ELISABETTA POVOLEDO
PARIS — Crews on the Mediterranean are being urged to watch for unseaworthy vessels carrying migrants from Libya after a ship with 600 people broke up off the port of Tripoli on Friday.
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Venezuela Asked Colombian Rebels to Kill Opposition Figures, Analysis Shows
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CARACAS — The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, was asked to train Venezuelan pro-government cells and serve as a shadow militia for the intelligence apparatus.
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Mississippi River Crests in Memphis
By JUDITH TACKETT and CAMPBELL ROBERTSON 1:14 PM ET
MEMPHIS — President Obama declared flood-damaged areas of Tennessee a federal disaster zone on Tuesday as the river reached 47.8 feet in Memphis.
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Bin Laden Sons Say U.S. Violated World Law
“No rational person can think that Bin Laden's death was not deserved, but its not at all obvious that the manner of his death is perfectly justified,” writes S Iyengar in Mumbai, India.
“The attacks on the WTC, in Madrid, and were lawless. But embracing lawlessness ourselves legitimises it. By embracing lawlessness, we make it less unacceptable, and our condemnations begin to sound hollow.” writes Chee in the United Kingdom​.
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A threat by Greece to jettison the euro is long overdue, and it should be prepared to carry it out.
José Saramago’s memoir ends with mischievous annotations of photos.

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