Compiled 20:30 GMT
By SARAH LYALL
The election will allow the return of the center-right parties that many blame for causing the economic meltdown in 2008.
By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG
Lawmakers in both parties urged President Obama to step up American involvement in the Syrian civil war.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The owner of the building where more than 300 factory workers died was trying to cross into India on Sunday when he was apprehended, an official said.
By MICHAEL KIMMELMAN
In the wake of their revolution, Egyptians must determine for themselves what their capital should look like: not just politically and socially, but also architecturally.
By DECLAN WALSH
The attacks, mostly by the Taliban, added to a growing toll of militant violence in the run-up to elections scheduled for May 11.
By JIM YARDLEY
Across New Delhi, as many as five million residents live in unauthorized colonies, whether in slums, middle-class areas or even a few illegally constructed enclaves of the rich.