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Saad Lamjarred, 31, left the country after being indicted for a 2010 rape in Brooklyn.

Gowanus »

Tenants at 365 Bond pay up to $7,200 a month to live over a Superfund site.

Concourse »

Artist Matteo Pellegrinuzzi put the exhibit together, which will go on display in France in October.

Times Square & Theater District »

The mayor blasted New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for his remarks on Syria.

Civic Center »

More than 100 people were killed in multiple terror attacks that struck Paris Friday night, AP reports.

Civic Center »

Mayor de Blasio will discuss how the city is reducing emissions while lifting residents out of poverty.

Williamsburg »

Presenting New York's summer vacation wish list, and the other vacationers fulfilling it.

Civic Center »

During his 16 months in office, de Blasio has traveled frequently outside of New York state.

Civic Center »

The mayor laid wreaths at Paris terror attack sites and met with political and Jewish community leaders.

Civic Center »

The mayor will meet with government officials and leaders of the Jewish community.

Kew Gardens »

The NYPD is shifting its resources following the attack on Charlie Hebdo.

Union Square »

Iraq's prime minister said militants were plotting against subways in New York and Paris.

Park Slope »

The Park Slope Food Co-op will make loans to groups looking to start similar member-operated groceries.

Flatiron »

1200 Miles is set to open with a menu inspired by a theoretical backpacking trip from France to Algeria.

South Ozone Park »

Patrick Campbell, of Sierra Leone, allegedly wanted to sell 1,000 tons of uranium to Iran.