By MUSIKILU MOJEED and HERBERT BUCHSBAUM
Apparently coordinated bombings killed more than a dozen people and solidified a recent escalation in violence by Boko Haram, a radical Muslim sect.
By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN and ISMA'IL KUSHKUSH
Sudanese military officials said they killed Khalil Ibrahim, the founder of a resilient group of dissidents whose daring 2008 assault reached the doorstep of the capital, Khartoum.
By MATTHEW ROSENBERG and JAWAD SUKHANYAR
The attack, which killed a member of Parliament, appeared to be the Taliban's latest strike against Afghans with ties to the government in Kabul.
By HELENE COOPER and THOM SHANKER
President Obama says he has no intention of sending troops back to Iraq, even if sectarian violence and political upheaval devolve into civil war.
By ELLEN BARRY and MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ
Tens of thousands of people demonstrated in Moscow for the second time this month, a victory for activists seeking to forge a burst of energy into a lasting force against Vladimir V. Putin.
By RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD
Seeing an opportunity to fix the structural problems that have kept Haiti stuck in poverty, planners are trying to revive the country's desiccated, disused farmland.