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I.M.F. Chief Quits in Wake of Charges of Sexual Attack
By GERRY MULLANY 8 minutes ago
Dominique Strauss-Kahn resigned Wednesday as head of the International Monetary Fund after explosive accusations that he had sexually attacked a housekeeper in a Midtown Manhattan hotel room.
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A Favorite Emerges to Take I.M.F.’s Helm
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PARIS — Christine Lagarde’s reputation for frank talk is helping to make her the leading candidate to replace Dominique Strauss-Kahn as head of the I.M.F.
Harsh Light on Two Men, but Glare Falls on Women
By KATE ZERNIKE
The behavior of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Dominique Strauss-Kahn brings attention to the women involved.
Focus Is on Obama as Tensions Soar Across Mideast
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WASHINGTON — American and Israeli officials are struggling to balance security interests against the need to adapt to the transformation of the Arab world.
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U.S. Was Warned on Vents Before Failure at Japan’s Plant
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WASHINGTON — Five years before emergency vents at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant failed, an American engineer told regulators that their design was flawed.
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ATEK, Uganda — Faced with unrelenting malaria, Uganda teamed up with the United States to use chemical insecticide sprays, but the effort has threatened the livelihood of some farmers.
China’s Rich Try to Fly Around Red Tape
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WENZHOU, China — With the military jealously guarding its control of the airspace, wealthy Chinese hobbyists fly clandestinely.
Deadly Blasts in Kirkuk Hit Iraqi Security Forces
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BAGHDAD — Three explosions aimed at Iraqi security forces ripped through the divided city of Kirkuk on Thursday, killing at least 25 people and wounding scores more.
Gates Says No Sign That Top Pakistanis Knew of Bin Laden
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WASHINGTON — Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said he thought “somebody” inside Pakistan knew of Osama bin Laden’s presence, but not the country’s leaders.
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Key Question Is Left Open as Medvedev Faces Media
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SKOLKOVO, Russia — In a news conference, President Dmitri A. Medvedev of Russia left one crucial question unanswered: Will he run for re-election, or make way for Prime Minister Vladimir V. Putin?
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U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Syrian Leader and 6 Aides
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WASHINGTON — The move by President Obama increased pressure on Syria in the wake of its crackdown on protests.
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Status of Libya’s Oil Minister Remains Uncertain
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TRIPOLI, Libya — Libyan officials appear to have settled on a middle course, part denial and part admission, that Shukri Ghanem may have abandoned the government’s cause.
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Clinton Aims to Improve Ties With Latin America
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WASHINGTON — The secretary of state is engaging in a quiet campaign to repair relations with a region that complains it has been ignored by American policy makers.
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Private Prisons Found to Offer Little in Savings
By RICHARD A. OPPEL Jr.
PHOENIX — As Arizona and other states look to resolve budget problems, research suggests private prisons can cost about the same as state-run ones.
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Director's Nazi Comments Reverberate at Cannes
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The Danish director Lars Von Trier is catching flak for comments expressing sympathy for Hitler.
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Spike Jonze Finds Inspiration in a Handbag
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In Cannes, the director Spike Jonze discusses an animated short he co-directed, inspired by handbags.
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