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Although northeastern Japan, where an earthquake and tsunami hit Friday, has fewer industrial centers than the west, damage to its electrical system and business centers could have wider effects on the country's economy. Here, a man walks in Sendai Monday. Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tsunami's Effect On Japan's Economy Hard To Judge

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A Libyan rebel prays next to a pick-up truck loaded with a machinegun in Ajdabiya, a key town which the rebels have vowed to defend at all costs from forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Gadhafi. Patrick Baz/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As Pro-Gadhafi Forces Attack The East, Tripoli Sees Celebration

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A Bahraini nurse (right) walks with anti-government protesters heading onto the streets of Manama to await a Saudi-led military force that crossed into Bahrain on Monday. Hasan Jamali/AP hide caption

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Saudis, Other Gulf Nations Send Force To Bahrain

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Barbara Dane performs at the Newport Folk Festival in the mid-1960s. Courtesy of the Dane family hide caption

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Barbara Dane: A Versatile Voice With A Political Purpose

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Japanese refugees rest inside a school gymnasium where hundreds took shelter in Sendai, northeastern Japan, Monday. David Guttenfelder/AP hide caption

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Emotions Fuel Searches For The Missing In Japan

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A movie selected from Netflix begins to download on a home computer screen. Other companies, including Amazon, are trying to woo more customers for online video services. James H. Collins/AP hide caption

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Competition For Online Video Content Heats Up

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Technicians at the Three Mile Island plant enter the outer airlock door leading into the containment building housing the disabled nuclear reactor at the Three Mile Island nuclear plan in February 1982. The accident at the Harrisburg, Pa., plant began on March 28, 1979. AP hide caption

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Sizing Up Japan's Nuclear Emergency: No Chernobyl

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