By NEIL MacFARQUHAR
Hundreds of people braved scattered gunfire in the biggest such march near the heart of the Syrian capital since the country's uprising started.
By LIAM STACK
Officials said that the prosecution of nonprofit workers from the United States jeopardizes the disbursement of more than $1.5 billion in aid to Egypt.
The Saturday Profile
By DAVID BARBOZA
Ji Chaozhu, now retired, was the interpreter at groundbreaking moments in relations between the United States and China.
The New Islamists
By ANTHONY SHADID
In an article he wrote before his death on Thursday, Mr. Shadid examined how a party shaped by repression hopes to act as a regional model after being voted into power in Tunisia.
By BRIAN STELTER
The uprising in Syria has become, for journalists, one of the most difficult assignments in many years, with reporters sneaking in to bear witness at great personal risk.
By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN
The Kremlin, seemingly undeterred by an international outcry, has worked frantically to preserve its relationship with the government of President Bashar al-Assad.