By ELLEN BARRY
Coverage by reporters in other countries indicates much about how they see themselves and the American political process.
By STEVEN ERLANGER
The presidential debate on foreign policy presented a skewed vision of the world, even the world defined by American national interests.
By RICK GLADSTONE
At least 20 people were killed, some of them children, as shoppers in Aleppo ventured out to buy bread for the coming Id al-Adha holiday.
By ALAN COWELL and JOHN F. BURNS
The director general of the British Broadcasting Corporation said the organization's response to a burgeoning sex abuse scandal was "the opposite of an attempt to hide things."
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Many of the victims were too weak to get out of their beds to escape the blaze, which occurred on Taiwan's government-recognized "Day for the Elderly."
By JODI RUDOREN
The visit by the emir, Sheik Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, threatened to ratchet up the rift between Hamas, which controls Gaza, and Fatah, which rules the West Bank.