Hong Kong stocks pull back, with banks lower
Japan stocks soar after holiday, but Sydney slips
Australia stocks seesaw ahead of rate decision
U.S. regulators eye Bitcoin supervision
Latest U.S. jobs report is fabrication, Embry and Roberts say
By SCOTT SHANE
Qaeda propagandists have provided online education to teach their devotees in the United States how to carry out smaller-scale solo attacks, like the Boston bombings.
By ETHAN BRONNER
Americans, mostly black, who live near large-scale farms say they are illegally discouraged from applying for work and treated badly by employers who prefer foreigners' malleability.
By ANNE BARNARD and ALAN COWELL
The claims came as Syria's civil war threatened anew to spread beyond its borders following an Israeli airstrike near Damascus.
By JIM YARDLEY and JULFIKAR ALI MANIK
Islamist protesters demanding an antiblasphemy law clashed with the police in Dhaka and Chittagong, leaving at least 19 people dead and 100 injured.
By ANNE BARNARD
Israel would not confirm that it had carried out the airstrikes, but the four explosions near the Syrian capital demonstrated a firepower more potent than any seen before in the country's civil war.
By JODI RUDOREN and ISABEL KERSHNER
Strikes on military warehouses and other installations in Syria appear to underscore Israel's determination to keep advanced weapons out of Hezbollah's hands.
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