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By LANDON THOMAS Jr.
To some experts, the latest chapter in the Greek fiscal drama is a new reminder of how private investors have managed to outmaneuver Europe's officials at various stages of the debt crisis.
By KAREEM FAHIM
Activists said Syrian warplanes conducted deadly airstrikes that killed dozens of people lined up for bread at a bakery in the central town of Hilfaya.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and MAYY EL SHEIKH
An Islamist-backed constitution was approved by voters, propelling deeply split political factions into a new phase in the battle over Egypt's future.
By an EMPLOYEE of THE NEW YORK TIMES in SYRIA and NEIL MacFARQUHAR
The resort town of Tartus is seen as a possible place for Alawites, including President Bashar al-Assad, to establish a rump state if the government falls.
By ELLEN BARRY and KAREEM FAHIM
Comments by Russia's foreign minister came after recent signals that his country sees the military balance shifting in Syria, but still strongly opposes international intervention.
By JODI RUDOREN
After years of legislative and legal fights, the movement for equal access for people to pray as they wish at the Western Wall has become a rallying cause for liberal Jews.