By LIAM STACK
Turkey's president said his country would do "whatever is necessary," complicating a tense relationship.
By NIKI KITSANTONIS
The new government aims to revoke certain taxes, suspend planned layoffs in the bloated public sector and extend by two years the deadline for imposing additional austerity measures.
By ANDREW E. KRAMER and DAVID M. HERSZENHORN
Aleksei L. Kudrin, the former minister of finance, warned at a news conference that Russia was in danger of falling into a recession.
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By RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD
The recent death of Víctor Báez, a longstanding police reporter, has added to a climate of fear among journalists in Veracruz State, a center of increasing drug violence.
By DAMIEN CAVE
Ciudad Juárez became infamous for attacks beginning in the 1990s that left hundreds of women dead. International attention moved on, but the killings have continued.
By SIMON ROMERO
The vote to remove President Fernando Lugo from office, after a deadly clash between squatters and the police, plunged the country into a political crisis.