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By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN and CHRIS BUCKLEY
President Xi Jinping of China suggested that the two countries could find common ground as they each seek to claim a place as a respected great power.
By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN
Once a close ally of Boris N. Yeltsin who helped install Vladimir V. Putin as president, Boris A. Berezovsky later exiled himself to Britain after a bitter falling-out with the Kremlin.
By LIZ ALDERMAN and JAMES KANTER
After passing a portion of a revamped bailout agreement, the Cypriot Parliament was still considering the rest of the package as it faced a Monday deadline to avoid a banking collapse.
By RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD
While Panama rides a 9 percent growth rate, joblessness and squalor in Colón, whose black residents say they face racism, appears to only increase.
By ELISABETTA POVOLEDO
Virtually every day highlights the strangeness of the Vatican's circumstances and brings new debate about what the relationship between the two pontiffs will be.
By MARK LANDLER
After helping heal a rift between Israel and Turkey, analysts wonder whether President Obama will bring the same doggedness and personal involvement to pursuing peace between Israelis and Palestinians.