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By ALISSA J. RUBIN and THOM SHANKER
President Hamid Karzai charged that the American government and the Taliban had in effect colluded to keep Afghanistan unstable in order to justify a continued American military presence.
By MARK MAZZETTI, CHARLIE SAVAGE and SCOTT SHANE
An account of how the United States came to use a drone strike to kill the American-born terrorist leader Anwar al-Awlaki highlights the perils of a war conducted behind a classified veil.
By NICK CUMMING-BRUCE and CHOE SANG-HUN
The United Nations Human Rights Council will meet Monday to consider calls for an international inquiry into possible crimes against humanity.
By ANDREW HIGGINS
At a time of immense strains brought on by the euro crisis and austerity, the horse meat scandal has brought into the open the deep divisions that bedevil Europe.
By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN
The election commission said Saturday that Uhuru Kenyatta had received 50.07 percent of the vote, but the other top contender, Raila Odinga, indicated that he would not concede defeat.
By ISMAIL KHAN and DECLAN WALSH
If confirmed, the attack could be the first U.S. strike in Waziristan in two months - one of the longest operational pauses since the drone campaign started in earnest in mid-2008.