By ROD NORDLAND
President Mohamed Morsi has made no apologies for his Islamism, but he seems to be going out of his way to allay fears that the Muslim Brotherhood would radically change Egypt.
By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN
Antakya, a picturesque border town, has become a magnet for Syrian fighters and foreign jihadists seeking refuge and medical care, as Syria's civil war becomes Turkey's national security headache.
By ALISSA J. RUBIN
Ryan C. Crocker, one of the pre-eminent American diplomats of the past 40 years, is deeply skeptical that Americans abroad can be anything other than strangers in a strange land.
By SUZANNE DALEY
Many struggling adult children are moving in with their parents or grandparents, who still collect a government pension. But overcrowded homes and family tensions are taking their toll.
By KAREEM FAHIM and ELLEN BARRY
The Syrian army stepped up its barrage on a city that has been bracing for an assault, but it was not clear whether Saturday's attack was a limited foray by government troops or the beginning of a broader campaign.
By RAVI SOMAIYA and SANDY MACASKILL
Gu Kailai, the 53-year-old Chinese lawyer charged with murdering a British businessman, presented different faces to different people.