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By JAMES KANTER
Growth in the 27-nation European Union will be just 0.1 percent this year, the commission said, while the 17-nation euro zone willl contract 0.3 percent.
By MICHAEL D. SHEAR
Activists say illegal immigrants are being forced out of the country at the wrong moment, as the promise of eventual citizenship seems around the corner in an overhaul of the immigration system.
By JULIET MACUR
The suit claims that Lance Armstrong and his associates defrauded the government by allowing doping on the United States Postal Service team.
By NIKI KITSANTONIS
Rain of an intensity not seen in decades also led to the death of a woman who apparently suffered a heart attack in her car, and a freak accident at the Parliament building.
By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN
In less than two weeks, Kenyans will line up by the millions to pick their leaders for the first time since a vote in 2007, which set off clashes that killed more than 1,000 people.
By HWAIDA SAAD and RICK GLADSTONE
The reported attack, which left at least 12 civilians dead, was the second time this week that the Syrian opposition has accused the military of using Scuds on Aleppo's rebel-held areas.