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Mercenaries and army forces smothered an attempt by protesters to break Moammar Khadafy’s hold on the capital, Tripoli, opening fire on crowds that had taken to the streets after prayers to mount their first major challenge to the government’s crackdown, witnesses said. (By Kareem Fahim and David D. Kirkpatrick, New York Times)
Conductor James Levine, after another health setback, will soon open discussions with the Boston Symphony Orchestra to explore reducing his role, even if this may mean shifting from his post as music director, his brother said. (By Jeremy Eichler, Globe Staff)
Massachusetts General Hospital at 200
In the beginning, Boston’s first general hospital did what it could for the poor. Today it brings cutting edge care to the city, and the world. (By Liz Kowalczyk, Globe Staff)
The man wanted in two Massachusetts slayings may face murder charges in Ecuador if authorities present evidence that he killed a Brockton mother and her 2-year-old son. (By Maria Sacchetti, Globe Staff)
US food prices are expected to jump between 3 and 4 percent this year, about twice the general rate of inflation, after rising last year by the slowest rate since 1962, according to a Department of Agriculture forecast this week. (By Kathleen Pierce, Globe Correspondent)
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