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Dozens Killed by Car Bomb Blast at Afghan Hospital
By RAY RIVERA 7 minutes ago
KABUL, Afghanistan — The explosion destroyed the hospital in Logar province and killed women and children in an attack Afghan officials said “has no precedent.”
New York’s Governor Signs Gay Marriage Law
By NICHOLAS CONFESSORE and MICHAEL BARBARO
ALBANY — The law will take effect in 30 days, making New York the largest state where gay and lesbian couples will be able to wed and giving the gay-rights movement new momentum.
Rebels’ Strategy Puts Added Pressure on Libya’s Capital
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
ROGEBAN, Libya — The rebels are arming guerrillas in Tripoli, disrupting supply routes and making plans to secure the city in the event of the ouster of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi.
House Spurns Obama on Libya, but Does Not Cut Funds
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Denmark Challenges European Openness
By SUZANNE DALEY
COPENHAGEN — Denmark is part of a trend in which far-right parties, like the Danish People’s Party, headquartered above, are fighting the euro zone and free trade across open borders.
At Roads and Airports, Signs of Spain’s Bubble
By RAPHAEL MINDER
MADRID — Over the last two decades, Spain built transportation networks at a rate that few other European countries approached, but not all projects were well thought out.
With Some Land Restored, Villagers End Campaign
By ISABEL KERSHNER
BILIN, West Bank — For six years, nonviolent protesters marched to reclaim their land divided by Israel’s West Bank barrier. About 150 acres were returned.
‘Safety Myth’ Left Japan Ripe for Nuclear Crisis
By NORIMITSU ONISHI
SHIKA, Japan — Japan’s nuclear establishment has devoted vast resources to persuade the public of the safety and necessity of nuclear power.
Slide Show: Building the Nuclear ‘Safety Myth’
Obama’s Growing Trust in Biden Is Reflected in His Call on Troops
By MARK LANDLER
WASHINGTON — The bond between president and vice president has developed, from friendly rivals to a closer partnership.
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Sarkozy Rebuts Gates’s Remarks on Libya Strikes
By JAMES KANTER
BRUSSELS — The French president said that criticism of the European effort in Libya leveled by Robert M. Gates represented an “unfair statement” that “doesn’t even correspond to any kind of truth.”
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House Spurns Obama on Libya, but Does Not Cut Funds
By JENNIFER STEINHAUER 
WASHINGTON — The House dealt a symbolic blow to President Obama by rejecting a bill to authorize the operations in Libya, but also turned back a measure that would have cut financing for the effort.
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Life Sentences in Rwanda Genocide Case
By MARLISE SIMONS
PARIS — A U.N. court sentenced Rwanda’s former minister for family and women’s affairs and her son to life prison terms for their roles in the 1994 genocide.
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United States: Blackwater Founder Cleared in Civil Suit
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The founder of Blackwater Worldwide was dismissed from a civil lawsuit alleging that the company overbilled the government for protecting government employees in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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2 by 2, or Not, Zoo Animals Escape Flood
By A. G. SULZBERGER
MINOT, N.D. — As the floodwaters climbed to levels never before recorded in Minot, N.D., workers at the local zoo endeavored to evacuate the animals in the least chaotic way possible.
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In Hours, Online Readers Identify Nazi Photographer
By JAMES BARRON and DAVID W. DUNLAP
When The Times posted online a mystery Nazi photo album, it took just hours for readers to identify the photographer.
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Bribery, but Nobody Was Charged
By JAMES B. STEWART
In his debut column for The Times, James B. Stewart writes about the Tyson Foods bribery case, in which no one at the company was charged despite its admission to making illegal payments to veterinarians in Mexico.
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Mr. Falk had a diverse career in comedy and drama in film and onstage.
Instead of fighting the Palestinian quest for U.N. recognition as a state, the U.S. and E.U. can make it work for all sides.
Azerbaijan has freed Emin Milli from jail, but his punishment is not over.
For some, the president’s speech on Afghanistan troop withdrawal echoed unfortunate moments in history.
Many in China seem duty-bound to see the latest state propaganda film.
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