By ELLEN BARRY
The police estimated that 25,000 protesters gathered in the center of Moscow. But organizers said as many as 80,000 people had joined the rally.
By NICHOLAS KULISH
At the heart of the clash over how best to manage a vast financial crisis is the question of how far governments must bend or even bow to the power of the markets.
By ADAM NOSSITER
Police officers were reportedly rounding up young men in opposition neighborhoods in Congo's capital a day after the presidential election.
By STEVEN ERLANGER and STEPHEN CASTLE
Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany persuaded every current member of the European Union except Britain to endorse tighter regional oversight of government spending.
By SARAH LYALL and JULIA WERDIGIER
Prime Minister David Cameron seemingly sacrificed Britain's place in Europe to preserve the pre-eminence of the City, London's financial district.
By STEPHEN CASTLE
Members of the European Union installed rules that would make it harder for them to take on high levels of debt without penalty.