Mar 24, 2012
By JACK HEALY and YASIR GHAZI
Across the country, near-record numbers of displaced families are pouring home, but instead of kindling a much-needed reconciliation they are reviving resentments and suspicions.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
The Muslim Brotherhood is overhauling its relations with the two main Palestinian factions, Hamas and Fatah, in an effort to put new pressure on Israel for an independent Palestinian state.
By HALA DROUBI
Syrian troops intensified an attack against the city of Homs, activists said, as a Kremlin official indicated Russia continues to disagree with the United States on how to end the fighting.
By MICAH GAREN
A look at the war in Afghanistan through the eyes of Lt. Col. John Darin Loftis, one of the U.S. Air Force's prized experts in Afghan language and culture, who was killed in Kabul.
By DAMIEN CAVE and RACHEL DONADIO
Catholics from all over Latin America gathered in central Mexico on Friday, clogging roads, carrying rosary beads, and praying for a meaningful glimpse of Pope Benedict XVI.
By RACHEL DONADIO and ELISABETTA POVOLEDO
After failing to reach an agreement with unions and business leaders, Italy's prime minister has decided to take the proposals directly to Parliament.
By ELLEN BARRY and MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ
As opposition leaders recover from the demise of mass antigovernment protests, some are looking to television as the next political battleground.
March 24, 2012