Compiled 05:15 GMT
By ETHAN BRONNER and CHRISTINE HAUSER
More than 130 countries voted to recognize Palestine as a nonmember observer state, a stinging defeat for Israel and the United States and a boost for President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority.
By THOMAS FULLER
In western Myanmar, clashes have left at least 167 people dead and 100,000 people homeless, most of them Muslims.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
Facing dissolution by Mubarak-appointed judges, and ignoring secular opponents' protests, delegates who had not walked out rushed their charter toward approval.
By MICHAEL GORDON and MARK LANDLER
The shift is the most immediate decision facing the Obama administration as it weighs how to end the government of Bashar al-Assad and stop the violence consuming Syria.
By JOHN F. BURNS and ALAN COWELL
An inquiry triggered by the phone hacking scandal found "significant and reckless disregard for accuracy" by the press and said a regulator should be underpinned by law.
By THOM SHANKER and WILLIAM J. BROAD
Iron Dome's most salient feature, according to American experts now examining after-action reports from Gaza, may well be its software.