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Boehner Delays House Vote on Plan to Raise Debt Ceiling
By JENNIFER STEINHAUER, MICHAEL D. SHEAR and CARL HULSE 1 minute ago
WASHINGTON — House Speaker John A. Boehner abruptly delayed an expected vote on Republican debt ceiling legislation late Thursday, shifting business on the House floor in the middle of the debt debate.
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WASHINGTON — The two main deficit-reduction plans in the House and the Senate rely heavily on procedural steps to impose fiscal discipline.
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Leader of Rebel Military in Libya is Reported Killed
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TUNIS — The head of the Libyan rebels said that the leader of the opposition military, General Abdul Fattah Younes, had been assassinated. But details of the attack were murky.
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LONDON — News emerged that Scotland Yard had added to the list of probable victims a woman whose 8-year-old daughter was murdered by a sex offender in 2000.
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Team of Suicide Bombers Attacks Afghan Provincial Capital
By ALISSA J. RUBIN and TAIMOOR SHAH 9:20 AM ET
KABUL, Afghanistan — A team of suicide bombers orchestrated a surprise attack in the capital of southern Afghanistan’s Uruzgan Province, killing at least 19 people.
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BERLIN — Political leaders fear such tragedies could drive changes in public opinion as far-right parties react.
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Before a Diplomatic Showdown, a Budget Crisis Saps Palestinians’ Confidence
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RAMALLAH, West Bank — Economic woes are mixed with a diplomatic crisis as Palestinians start a statehood push.
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Plan Would Keep Qaddafi in Libya, but Out of Power
By HELENE COOPER and JOHN F. BURNS
WASHINGTON — The Libyan leader, under siege for months, shows no signs so far of yielding to Western demands.
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Norwegians Concede a Role in Chilean Salmon Virus
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SÃO PAULO, Brazil — A Norwegian aquaculture company endorsed a scientific study that found salmon eggs shipped from Norway to Chile are the “likely reason” for a devastating virus outbreak in 2007.
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A Young Clown Follows in a Father’s Giant Footsteps
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BRATTLEBORO, Vt. — At 14, Sam Ferlo is spending the summer as a clown in a traveling youth circus, putting his father’s lessons to good use.
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“A regime that lives off welfare, cannot pay its municipal workers, is rife with corruption and embezzlement and cannot even manage to collect its garbage is simply not ready for statehood,” writes Ari.
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“The USA is in a liquidity trap. Together with the chronic aversion of Republicans to take responsibility for their self-created disaster, the crisis can only get worse in the next year,” writes Ruppert in Germany​.
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