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As an ‘Arab spring' sweeps through West Asia, one country has managed to remain insulated from the unrest. Early on, the Saudi monarch, King Abdullah, bought peace with a hefty $137 billion largesse for his subjects in unemployment, ...

Will Tiger roar again?
Thanks to a lingering knee injury, Tiger Woods was absent — for the first time since 1995 — from last weekend's U.S. Open. But has his game been wounded in a much more debilitating and lasting way? Ever since the sex scandal ...

Leader Page Articles
A bill to settle a terrible debt
By Siddharth Varadarajan

For decades, the victims of communal and targeted violence have been denied protections of law that the rest of us take for granted. It's time to end this injustice.

News Analysis
War evolves with drones
By Elisabeth Bumiller and Thom Shanker

The machines are transforming the way America fights and thinks about its wars.

Aung San Suu Kyi tells of Myanmar's struggle for freedom and its cost
By Simon Tisdall

She speaks movingly of the price of resistance in the BBC's ‘Reith lectures.'

World Heritage committee to discuss 2011 nominations
By Maev Kennedy

Carvings in Mongolia, Buddhist sites in Japan and the modernist architecture of Le Corbusier are among the 42 nominations.

Young Aboriginal prisoners are a ‘national crisis'
Australia's burgeoning population of young Aboriginal prisoners is a “national crisis” that needs urgent and wide-ranging government action, an Australian Parliamentary report warned on June 20. Aboriginal children are 28 ...

Corrections and Clarifications
The Editorial, “Shed DRS-phobia” (June 20, 2011), gave the expansion of BCCI as Board for Control of Cricket in India. The correct expansion is Board of Control for Cricket in India. The news report, “French ...

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