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Pope Benedict XVI named Cardinal Sean P. O’Malley of Boston yesterday to scrutinize and advise the Archdiocese of Dublin amid a crisis in Ireland’s Catholic Church over clergy sexual abuse of minors. (By Lisa Wangsness, Globe Staff)
If Boston had not been the epicenter of the clerical sexual abuse crisis that continues to rumble across the US and Europe, Cardinal O'Malley would not be spending some time in the near future advising his Dublin counterpart, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin, on how to weather a scandal. (By Kevin Cullen, Globe Columnist)
Israel faced international condemnation and growing domestic questions after a raid by naval commandos killed nine people, many of them Turks, on an aid flotilla bound for Gaza. (By Isabel Kershner, New York Times)
The shooting of 14-year-old Nicholas Fomby-Davis capped a violent Memorial Day weekend in Boston and reignited calls for the city to more aggressively attack street crime as school prepares to let out for the summer. (By Maria Sacchetti and Maria Cramer, Globe Staff)
Surgeons and physical therapists say they see an epidemic of overuse — fractures, tears, and worn-down joints — in children who are playing at higher intensities and at younger ages. (By Kay Lazar, Globe Staff)
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