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News International legal chief out. Is James Murdoch in line of fire?
LulzSec says it's stopped hacking, but criminal case against it gains steam
After bin Laden: India sees opportunity in Afghanistan
The bin Laden wives: latest pawns in US-Pakistan strife
Iran's Ahmadinejad survives worst storm of his presidency
Greg Mortenson's 'stumble': Three cups of trouble for other charities, too?
Chapter & Verse
In appreciation of Diana Wynne Jones
Libyan rebels offer cease-fire. Does Qaddafi have the upper hand?
The five best online April Fools' pranks
Classic review: In the Country of Men
Arrested US official Raymond Allen Davis is actually CIA contractor
Guardian reporter expelled from Russia in cold war echo
Global News Blog
World reactions to Obama's 2011 State of the Union address
Stuxnet cyberattack: Does new WikiLeaks cable shed light on who did it?
What would it take to remove Ivory Coast's Gbagbo?
Gulf oil spill commission report: Good news for BP?
Did WikiLeaks bring on cyberwar? Maybe a cyber sit-in.
WikiLeaks' Julian Assange issues threat and complains about ... leaks
Could WikiLeaks survive without Julian Assange?
WikiLeaks gets muted political response in Pakistan
WikiLeaks fallout reveals more cracks in Afghan war strategy
Ahmadinejad calls on Iranian girls to marry at 16
In China, Britain's Cameron aims to boost trade ties but can't escape human rights issue
France opens sensitive question: who should attend Nobel ceremony honoring Liu Xiaobo
Fable 3 review roundup
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China to Russia: You're putting us in a tight spot
Protests in Kashmir after 67 students suspended for cheering the wrong team
Sen. Bob Corker 'disappointed' in US handling of Syrian humanitarian crisis
Is military better handling its sexual assault problem? Congress is watching.
Portrait of Millennials: Call them Generation Unaffiliated
Obama, touting a college education, urges seniors: fill out financial aid form
US economy adds 175,000 jobs despite hard winter: Is stronger growth ahead?
The 2014 Oscars: and the winner is...!
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Russia and the West are both being played by Ukraine's political elites
The ivory police
Safeway sold for $9.4 billion, will merge with Albertsons
International Women's Day 2014: Women in tech make strides
Chapter & Verse
Pastor reportedly buys his way onto New York Times bestseller list
Mass. upskirt photos now illegal as lawmakers keep their promise
Under the Radar
Why President Obama stopped calling Turkish leader Erdogan
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