By C. J. CHIVERS and ERIC SCHMITT
NATO airstrikes killed and wounded dozens of civilians at sites in Libya examined by The New York Times, but NATO has largely refused to acknowledge or investigate the casualties.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
Egypt's military rulers escalated a bloody crackdown on street protesters on Saturday, even as the prime minister denied that security forces were using violence.
By FLOYD WHALEY
Flash floods triggered by a tropical storm sent water gushing into homes, killing more than 400 and surprising families who fled to rooftops.
By JACK HEALY and MICHAEL R. GORDON
A standoff pits Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki against his most nettlesome partners in Iraq's government, the Iraqiya coalition.
By CHARLIE SAVAGE
Ali Musa Daqduq is accused of helping to orchestrate a January 2007 raid that killed five American soldiers.
By ELLEN BARRY
The Russian President said that the authorities should accept that recent protests reflected the peoples' mood but added that reforms could not be adopted under pressure.