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Afghan crisis deepens after killing of 16 civilians

Anar Gul, right, sat next to the body of her grandson, allegedly killed by a US soldier in Afghanistan’s Kandahar province Sunday. A US Army staff sergeant was in custody after the shooting, which officials said left 16 civilians dead.

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Officials said a US soldier shot dead 16 civilians, including nine children, and Afghan President Hamid Karzai called the killings an “assassination.”

Pittsburgh’s Pascal Dupuis scored against Marty Turco in the third period Sunday for the game’s final goal as the Penguin’s cruised to a 5-2 win.

Penguins 5, Bruins 2

Bruins are punished in Pittsburgh

The Bruins got off to another slow start, this time allowing three goals in the first period, and then could not catch up against the Penguins.

Globe Magazine

Eyes on the ice

As one of 12 Bruins scouts worldwide, Scott “Fitzy” Fitzgerald sees some 225 amateur games a year, looking for tomorrow’s Bobby Orr.

From left to right: Martini Severin, Marissa Berenson, Emily Geaman, Courtney Mirenzi, Liana Krup, Zoe Malliaros, Erin Gates.

Globe Style

7 Boston fashion bloggers with something smart to say

The fashion-blogging community is alive and well in Boston. Meet seven women who put their opinions on style out there for anyone who cares to follow.

Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff

Duxbury resident still fighting Pilgrim

A year after Japan’s crisis, Mary Lampert remains committed to closing the nuclear plant, and her efforts have helped drag out the license renewal process for Pilgrim.

Japan marks 1 year since quake, tsunami disaster

The country paused Sunday to remember the 19,000 people who were killed and to take stock of the monumental tasks ahead.

City school inequalities highlighted at forum

Parents, educators, and city leaders gathered at a Roxbury school Saturday morning to talk about revamping Boston’s school choice system.

globe magazine | Perspective

http://c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2012/02/29/BostonGlobe.com/ReceivedContent/Images/mag11 essayA2.jpg Why Mitt Romney is going the distance

The presidential candidate from Massachusetts is built better than anyone for the long slog.

“I know people don’t necessarily believe it, but we’re not all about revenue. We look at tickets as a deterrent.”

Thomas Tinlin,  commissioner of Boston’s transportation dept.

Globe Insiders

Globe Talk | March 21, 6 p.m.

http://c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2012/03/02/BostonGlobe.com/Special/Images/lennyclarke copy-018--90x90.jpg Boston, a Comedy Capital

Join Dave Russo, Anthony Scibelli, Tony V, Jimmy Tingle, and Lenny Clarke for a talk about the city’s comedy scene. Laughs guaranteed.

Spring Style Magazine


Spring Style

The season’s freshest fashion feels airy and easy — think fluttery shapes, pretty prints, and nothing too structured or serious.


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Big-box retailers shrinking floor space to reduce costs

Brands such as Staples, Old Navy, and Kmart are downsizing their footprints to cut costs following a long period of tepid consumer spending and steady growth in online shopping.

Nation & World

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Syrian Grand Mufti Ahmed Hassun, second from right, introduced UN envoy Kofi Annan to other religious figures in Damascus Sunday. Annan, the former UN chief, held talks with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad but departed without an agreement to end the violence.

International push to end Syrian conflict stalls

U.N. peace envoy Kofi Annan departed Syria on Sunday without an agreement from President Bashar Assad to end the conflict, and Syrian forces kept up an offensive against rebels.


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Tiger Woods reacted Sunday after hitting a shot on the sixth hole in Doral, Fla.

Tiger Woods withdraws from Cadillac Championship

The golfer had to leave the tournament due to an apparent left leg injury. Woods has had four surgeries on his left knee dating to when he was at Stanford.