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Gadhafi forces roll back; rebels try to organize
BENGHAZI, Libya — NATO ships began patrolling off Libya's coast Wednesday as airstrikes, missiles and energized rebels forced Moammar Gadhafi's tanks to roll back from two key western cities, including one that was the hometown of army officers who tried to overthrow him in 1993.
Japan's fishermen fear spread of radiation scare
KESENNUMA, Japan — Standing on the deck of his 91-foot trawler, veteran fisherman Tomoyuki Kondou winces over reports that radioactivity from Japan's damaged nuclear power plant in nearby Fukushima has contaminated the local food supply following this month's deadly earthquake and tsunami.
Anxiety in Japan over radiation in tap water
Shops across Tokyo began rationing goods — milk, toilet paper, rice and water — as a run on bottled water coupled with delivery disruptions left shelves bare Thursday nearly two weeks after a devastating earthquake and tsunami.
US soldier gets 24 years for murders of 3 Afghans
A U.S. soldier who pleaded guilty in the killings of three Afghan civilians has agreed to testify against four others whom he says were co-conspirators in a case that has raised some of the most serious criminal allegations to come from the Afghanistan War.
Libya mission gaining, as US looks to cede control
As the air war in Libya achieves some of its early objectives, such as grounding Moammar Gadhafi's air force, the Obama administration is looking for a quick exit — at least from a front-line role in an international operation that has yet to gain the robust participation of Arab nations that Washington wanted.
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- World intervenes in Libya, with unusual speed
- First wave of allied assault: 112 cruise missiles
- Japan cites radiation in milk, spinach near plant
- Gadhafi strikes rebels as diplomats mull action
- Obama arrives in Brazil, begins Latin America tour
- Experts knock notion of burying Japanese reactors
- Warm welcome greets Aristide on return to Haiti
- Amid uncertainty, allies prepare for no-fly zone
- Japanese choppers dump water on stricken reactor
- Japan struggles with power crunch after quake
- US authorizes American evacuations out of Japan
- More governments advising citizens to leave Tokyo
- Bahrain crackdown routs protesters; clashes kill 5
- Radiation level soars after Japan nuke plant fire
- Japan central bank jumps to help after earthquake
- 2nd explosion at stricken Japan nuclear plant
- Migrant workers fleeing Libya vow not to return
- Big GOP donors taking time to get into 2012 race
- Japan races to avert multiple nuclear meltdowns
- Millions without food, water, power in Japan
- NW Pakistan ambush kills 9, threatens peace deal
- Gadhafi forces roll back; rebels try to organize