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By JODI RUDOREN
A move toward building housing in a contentious area, coming immediately after the Palestinians won observer state status in the United Nations, was widely seen as retaliatory.
By KAREEM FAHIM and DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
Angered by President Mohamed Morsi's hurried effort to pass Egypt's new constitution, protesters massed in Tahrir Square for the second time in a week.
By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN
Human rights groups said that the rebels who captured Goma last week were now going on an assassination campaign as they prepared to leave, creating a vortex of crime and confusion.
By ISABEL KERSHNER
Even after Palestine gained recognition as a nonmember state at the United Nations, the two countries seemed stuck in the same stalemate.
By THOM SHANKER and WILLIAM J. BROAD
Iron Dome's most salient feature, according to American experts now examining after-action reports from Gaza, may well be its software.
By MELISSA EDDY
The lower house of Germany's Parliament easily approved a deal struck by European finance ministers and international lenders.