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By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
Judges on Saturday called for President Mohamed Morsi to alter his decree so that he would not be able to assert authority without judicial review.
By JODI RUDOREN
Confusion continued over the status of cease-fire talks as the Hamas prime minister announced progress regarding restrictions on movements of fishermen and farmers in the border area.
By JODI RUDOREN and ISABEL KERSHNER
Hopes of reviving a long-moribund peace process, already dim, have grown dimmer as neither side sees any strategic advantage in engagement or moderation.
By MICHAEL R. GORDON
The cease-fire announced Wednesday was achieved by deferring some of the toughest issues, including the pace and conditions under which Gaza's border crossings might be opened.
By SIMON ROMERO
The torrid expansion of rain forest cities is alarming scientists, as an array of new industrial projects transforms the Amazon into Brazil's fastest-growing region.
By GARDINER HARRIS
One result of the spread of cellphones in India is that more prostitutes have become independent of brothels, a development that has made AIDS prevention harder.