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Egypt's government accuses the Muslim Brotherhood of orchestrating a fatal attack on Tuesday.                

                Egypt Broadens New Crackdown on Brotherhood        

            By KAREEM FAHIM and MAYY EL SHEIKH

With dozens of arrests and the seizure of land, stocks and vehicles, Egypt’s new rulers signaled that they had opened a wide-ranging war on every facet of the Muslim Brotherhood‘s activities.

The Marine Corps' Futenma Air Station in Okinawa. The approximately 18,000 Marines now stationed on Okinawa will drop to about 10,000 once the new base is completed over the next decade.                

                Deal to Move Okinawa Base Wins Approval        

            By HIROKO TABUCHI and THOM SHANKER

A long-simmering dispute between the United States and Japan over the fate of a Marine base on Okinawa seemed to have been resolved on Friday.

With help from Connecticut, ESPN has spent about $1 billion on construction since 2000.                

                For ESPN, Millions to Remain in Connecticut        

            By STEVE EDER

Critics of state tax incentives to ESPN, the multibillion-dollar sports media powerhouse, say the money would be better spent on smaller companies that are in greater need.

.                         Inside the Power of ESPN: The Mechanics of Influence | Anytime, Anywhere | Protecting the Empire
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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo angered China and South Korea. Relations with both nations are already strained.                

    News Analysis

                With Shrine Visit, Leader Asserts Japan’s Track From Pacifism        

            By HIROKO TABUCHI

A visit to the Yasukuni Shrine highlighted Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s willingness to take on big political risks as he tries to build a more powerful Japan.

                Prosecutor Overseeing Turkish Graft Inquiry Is Removed From Case        

            By TIM ARANGO

The removal of the prosecutor, Muammer Akkas, is a new sign of a profound power struggle over Turkey’s judiciary and police forces.

                

                Thai Election Body Urges Vote Delay as Unrest Flares         

            By THOMAS FULLER

After violent clashes in Bangkok, the Election Commission of Thailand called for the postponement of a vote scheduled for Feb. 2, adding to the political uncertainty.

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World
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo angered China and South Korea. Relations with both nations are already strained.                

    News Analysis

                With Shrine Visit, Leader Asserts Japan’s Track From Pacifism        

            By HIROKO TABUCHI

A visit to the Yasukuni Shrine highlighted Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s willingness to take on big political risks as he tries to build a more powerful Japan.

                Prosecutor Overseeing Turkish Graft Inquiry Is Removed From Case        

            By TIM ARANGO

The removal of the prosecutor, Muammer Akkas, is a new sign of a profound power struggle over Turkey’s judiciary and police forces.

                

                Thai Election Body Urges Vote Delay as Unrest Flares         

            By THOMAS FULLER

After violent clashes in Bangkok, the Election Commission of Thailand called for the postponement of a vote scheduled for Feb. 2, adding to the political uncertainty.

For more world news, go to NYTimes.com/World »
World
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo angered China and South Korea. Relations with both nations are already strained.                

    News Analysis

                With Shrine Visit, Leader Asserts Japan’s Track From Pacifism        

            By HIROKO TABUCHI

A visit to the Yasukuni Shrine highlighted Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s willingness to take on big political risks as he tries to build a more powerful Japan.

                Prosecutor Overseeing Turkish Graft Inquiry Is Removed From Case        

            By TIM ARANGO

The removal of the prosecutor, Muammer Akkas, is a new sign of a profound power struggle over Turkey’s judiciary and police forces.

                

                Thai Election Body Urges Vote Delay as Unrest Flares         

            By THOMAS FULLER

After violent clashes in Bangkok, the Election Commission of Thailand called for the postponement of a vote scheduled for Feb. 2, adding to the political uncertainty.

For more world news, go to NYTimes.com/World »
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