Fernando Guzmán Cavero
By JACK EWING and STEVEN ERLANGER
The European Central Bank said it had agreed on a framework for buying the bonds of troubled euro zone countries, but officials set conditions that could delay action for weeks or longer.
By NATHANIEL POPPER
The benchmark index rose by 2 percent over hopes that a more lasting solution to the European debt crisis may be taking shape.
By STEVEN ERLANGER and DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
A senior French diplomat said the government was providing funds to five revolutionary councils in rebel-held parts of Syria to help them restore water supplies, sanitation, health services and bakeries.
A selection of 14th-century parables reworked by the Chinese government to encourage parental devotion in modern times.
By SEBNEM ARSU
The boat was carrying more than 100 Syrians, Iraqis and Palestinians who were apparently trying to migrate to the European Union, the semiofficial Anatolian News Agency said.
By ROD NORDLAND
A press briefing by American and Afghan commanders on insider attacks led to complaints, and a wider cultural discussion.
By JANE PERLEZ
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong pointedly addressed the question of America's world standing, a subject that Chinese academics and writers in the state-run media have written caustically about in recent months.