December 16, 2012
Compiled 05:45 GMT
By JAMES BARRON
On a day of anguish and mourning, other details emerged about how but not why the devastating school attack in Connecticut had happened, including acts of bravery during the maelstrom.
By MATT FLEGENHEIMER and RAVI SOMAIYA
Nancy Lanza loved guns, and it was one from her collection that was apparently used to take her life Friday, when her son went on a shooting rampage.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and KAREEM FAHIM
The main group aligned with President Mohamed Morsi predicted ratification of a constitutional referendum after Egyptians voted peacefully and in large numbers.
By MATTHEW ROSENBERG
Officials have said the "obvious suspicion" is that at least some of the apparent growth in gold shipments to Dubai is tied to illicit activities that have come to define Afghanistan's economy.
By ANNE BARNARD and C. J. CHIVERS
Walid al-Moallem called on the United Nations to push for lifting the measure as government forces continued air and artillery strikes in the Damascus suburbs.
By SIMON ROMERO
A mining company is proceeding with a project that could help revive Brazil's economy, but it would also destroy caves treasured by scholars of Amazonian prehistoric human history.