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By JOHN F. BURNS and JEREMY W. PETERS
Les Hinton, who led Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper subsidiary during the period in which phone hacking occurred, joined Rebekah Brooks, the current chief of that unit, in resigning on Friday.
By JACKIE CALMES and CARL HULSE
Congressional leaders are negotiating a fallback plan as President Obama and House Republicans intensified their efforts to win over public opinion.
By SEBNEM ARSU and STEVEN ERLANGER
The move gives the rebels access to $30 billion in frozen Libyan assets in the United States and increases pressure on Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi to resign.
Thousands of people fleeing a drought in Somalia are arriving at the world's largest refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya.
Opinionator | The Thread
By PETER CATAPANO
Resignations and apologies in the News Corporation's phone hacking crisis have some guessing what may come next.
By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN
Many Somalis, fleeing one of the worst droughts in the country in 60 years, have walked for weeks through an anarchic landscape replete with bandits and militants but little food.
By ANTHONY SHADID
Activists said that 19 people were killed in attacks on protesters across the country on Friday.
By KAREEM FAHIM
Tensions have risen as opposition leaders and protesters remain dissatisfied with the pace of political change under King Abdullah II.