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Turkey’s Leader Rises Above Complex Politics
By ANTHONY SHADID
BURSA, Turkey — Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will soon enter his second decade as the leader of a country he has helped transform.
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Nuclear Watchdog Says Japan Missed Tsunami Danger
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TOKYO — Japan underestimated the danger of tsunamis and needed more robust back-up systems at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, the U.N. nuclear watchdog said.
New Rescue Package for Greece Takes Shape
By LANDON THOMAS Jr.
LONDON — The deal being discussed would offer billions of euros in fresh loans in return for accelerated privatization and tougher tax collection measures.
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Space shuttle Endeavour returned to Earth on Wednesday, closing out the next-to-last mission in NASA’s 30-year program.
‘Frozen’ Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Simmers
By ELLEN BARRY
BAKU, Azerbaijan — Azerbaijan wants to regain control of the Nagorno-Karabakh enclave, which is now populated by ethnic Armenians, but the dispute is growing.
Status Quo Unopposed in FIFA’s Election
By JOHN BRANCH
ZURICH — FIFA’s leaders gathered in Zurich with little choice but to re-elect a leader weakened by a scandal.
Pakistani Journalist Who Covered Security and Terrorism Is Found Dead
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Syed Saleem Shehzad had been abducted and received threats from Pakistan’s intelligence agency.
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Mladic Arrives in The Hague
By MARLISE SIMONS
THE HAGUE — Ratko Mladic’s transfer begins the final chapter in a nearly 16-year international effort to bring him to account after he was accused of crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide.
In Srebrenica, a Memorial Brings Peace
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Cease-Fire in Yemen Capital Breaks Down
By NASSER ARRABYEE and J. DAVID GOODMAN
SANA, Yemen — The battle between government forces and tribesmen renewed fears that stalemate could turn into civil war.
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NATO Resumes Airstrikes After Qaddafi Vows to Fight On
By JOHN F. BURNS
TRIPOLI, Libya — The strikes came after a 72-hour bombing lull to allow President Jacob Zuma of South Africa to fly into Tripoli on an unsuccessful peace mission for the African Union.
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A Vision of an Oasis Beneath the Sprawl
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MEXICO CITY — Young planners in Mexico City are urging a radical concept to refresh their dusty megalopolis with a ring of water and parks around the city center.
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Reconstruction Lifts Economy After Disasters
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While there is no silver lining to a natural disaster like a tornado, reconstruction can help rebuild local economies as well as neighborhoods.
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Room Has a View at Roland Garros
By JOHN BRANCH
PARIS — The ball boys and girls chosen to work the premier court at the French Open have access to a photographers’ pit that has become a sort of clubhouse for them.
At the National Archives, Life, Liberty and Carp
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A new exhibition offers a quirky reminder of the vast and perpetual role that the federal government has played in all things edible.
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Next week, New York State students will take Regents exams in foreign languages for the last time, to save $700,000 a year.
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