By ADAM LIPTAK and JOHN H. CUSHMAN Jr.
The Supreme Court on Monday rejected much of Arizona's immigration law but permitted the state's instruction to its police to check the immigration status of people they detain.
By ROD NORDLAND, SEBNEM ARSU and ALAN COWELL
Syria defended shooting down a Turkish jet fighter but said that the action was not premeditated and that Syria bore "no hostility" to Turkey.
By DAN BILEFSKY
The announcement came after weeks of concern that the crisis in Greece could bring down the Cypriot economy.
By GARDINER HARRIS
After decades of war, Kashmir is blooming again, but a question remains about how to handle those who were behind much of the violence.
By ISABEL KERSHNER
The visit to Israel by the Russian president showed both the progress of Israeli-Russian relations as well as the stark differences they have over Iran, Syria and the Palestinians.