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DEATH OF OSAMA BIN LADEN

Calls grow for
Afghan pullout

Osama bin Laden’s death fueled demands yesterday for a hastened drawdown of US forces in Afghanistan, despite warnings that a rapid withdrawal could lead that nation into chaos. (By Theo Emery, Globe Staff)

Harsh tactics may have aided US raid

Officials have acknowledged that clues gleaned from the Bush administration’s controversial detention centers, coupled with years of patient intelligence work, netted the terrorist mastermind on Sunday. But they declined to say whether harsh interrogation practices played a role. (By Farah Stockman, Globe Staff)

Public Garden’s greatest friend

After 41 years of helping build a $17 million, 2,500-member organization that has become a formidable guardian of the nation’s oldest green spaces, Henry Lee will retire, leaving a legacy of battles to protect Boston’s Public Garden. (By Andrew Ryan, Globe Staff)

Climate shifts in state gambling debate

As state lawmakers open hearings on casino gambling today, the debate will be familiar in many respects, pitting promises of financial windfalls against warnings of social costs. But several dynamics have shifted since negotiations broke down nine months ago.
(By Noah Bierman, Globe Staff)

All day and night, film
at MFA will be right on time

There were long lines when artist Christian Marclay’s latest creation, a 24-hour film, “The Clock,’’ showed in New York and London. And today, the Museum of Fine Arts will announce plans to bring the phenomenon to Boston. (By Geoff Edgers, Globe Staff)

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