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Fighting in Yemen Capital Threatens Airport
By NASSER ARRABYEE and ROBERT F. WORTH 30 minutes ago
SANA, Yemen — Government troops waged increasingly bloody street battles with opposition tribesmen in the capital.
Google Says Chinese Hackers Stole Gmail Passwords
By JOHN MARKOFF and DAVID BARBOZA
SAN FRANCISCO — Hackers accessed the accounts of several hundred people, including senior U.S. government officials and political activists.
E.C.B. Chief Urges Creation of Europe Finance Ministry
By JACK EWING 8:20 AM ET
FRANKFURT — The president of the European Central Bank has been calling European political leaders to make a “quantum leap” in the way that the euro area is governed.
European Bank Stress Tests Results to Be Delayed 8:41 AM ET
Concerns Over Plans for Water in China
By EDWARD WONG
DANJIANGKOU, China — The cost and environmental impact of the plan, and the sacrifices it imposes on the poor, are drawing criticism.
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China Extends Hand and Fist to Protesters
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HOHHOT, China — Authorities in Inner Mongolia have sought to stanch protests through a carrot-and-stick approach, locking students inside their college in Hohhot, above, while also offering subsidies.
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French Socialist Faces Party Expulsion
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PARIS — Anne Mansouret is facing calls for her exclusion from the Socialist Party for speaking out about the case of her daughter, who asserted Dominique Strauss-Kahn tried to rape her years ago.
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Egypt-Israel Dispute Grows Over Gas
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JERUSALEM — Explosions damaged an Egyptian natural gas pipeline in February, above, and April but despite repairs the gas is not flowing so foreign shareholders are threatening legal action.
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Effectively under hotel arrest, a photographer almost had to watch Libyan TV. He took that as an opportunity.
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Brazil, After a Long Battle, Approves a Dam
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SÃO PAULO, Brazil — Brazil approved a hydroelectric power plant in the Amazon rain forest that had been opposed by activists fearful of the fate of indigenous people. Above, a protest in February.
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Arizona Wildfire Is Followed by Rumors
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PORTAL, Ariz. — An often-repeated tale says illegal immigrants running from Border Patrol started the wildfires that have burned 70,000 acres. Above, firefighters in Portal, Ariz.
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Russia Bans European Food Imports Over E.Coli
By ALAN COWELL and JAMES KANTER 8:38 AM ET
BERLIN — The strain, which a World Health Organization official called unique in news reports on Thursday, has sickened 1,500 people in Germany, and killed at least 16.
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The Roots of Germany’s Nuclear Turnabout
By ALAN COWELL
Electoral maneuvering and angst about nuclear power led to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s order to phase out nuclear plants, which Greenpeace protested in Berlin.
China Closes Festival That Alluded to Jailed Artist
By ANDREW JACOBS 8:54 AM ET
BEIJING — A reference to the jailed artist Ai Weiwei was apparently too much for the authorities.
Pakistani Troops Killed in Border Fight
By SALMAN MASOOD 51 minutes ago
ISLAMABAD — At least 27 Pakistani troops have been killed as a battle with militants who crossed the border from Afghanistan into Pakistan entered its second day.
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Li Na took a 1-0 lead over Maria Sharapova in the semifinals of the French Open, winning, 6-4.
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Fighting Spreads in Yemen, Raising Fear of Civil War
“The Yemeni need to try to settle down, but it's hard to do when bullets are whizzing by. Regardless, any country leader who does not have the support of his people is not a leader of that country,” writes RWNorman​.
Virulent E. Coli Strain Spreads in Germany
“This is why America needs to grow it's own vegetables instead of importing and the FDA has to do it's job,” writes Debbie.
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The Gulf Cooperation Council fears that the fall of even a single monarchy could undermine all the rest.
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