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By JODI RUDOREN and ISABEL KERSHNER
The fatal shooting by Israeli soldiers of a Palestinian man did not fracture the cease-fire that ended eight days of fighting between Hamas and Israel. But it did showcase the confusion that remains over the deal.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK, KAREEM FAHIM and ALAN COWELL
Protesters were said to have set fire to the offices of President Mohamed Morsi in several cities on Friday, as fighting broke out between his supporters and opponents.
By JAMES KANTER and ANDREW HIGGINS
European Union leaders failed to reach agreement on a spending plan for their troubled bloc, calling off talks after most countries rejected cuts demanded by Britain and its allies.
By DAVID E. SANGER and THOM SHANKER
Israel's exchange with Hamas was something of a practice run for any future armed face-off with Iran, featuring improved rockets that can reach Jerusalem and new antimissile systems to counter them.
By ISABEL KERSHNER
An Arab with Israeli citizenship and several West Bank Palestinians have been arrested on suspicion of carrying out the bus bombing in Tel Aviv on Wednesday, according to security officials.
By JODI RUDOREN
Behind the scenes of destruction, mourning women talk of victory in death and idle young men laugh off bombings.