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By CARLOTTA GALL, DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK, NICHOLAS KULISH and ERIC SCHMITT
A day after American commandos carried out raids in two African countries, Libya's interim government demanded an explanation from Washington for what it called the "kidnapping" of a Libyan suspect.
By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG and MIKE McINTIRE
The stand by conservatives that led to the current crisis was the outgrowth of a long-running effort, waged by a galaxy of well-funded groups, to undo President Obama's health care law.
By MICHAEL R. GORDON
A plan aims to prevent backsliding by Syria's government and limit the time that international experts need to work in the country.
By BENJAMIN WEISER
With the capture of Abu Anas al-Liby, only a few Qaeda operatives indicted in the 1998 bombings of two American embassies in East Africa are believed to be still at large.
By DURAID ADNAN
A suicide bomber killed at least 13 schoolchildren and a headmaster and wounded 80 others, the police said. It was the first of three attacks that left at least 31 people dead.
By MATTHEW ROSENBERG and ROD NORDLAND
As the deadline to register in Afghanistan approached on Sunday, the list of candidates included men with checkered pasts, and there was concern violence and fraud would mar the coming vote.