Updated March 24, 2012 - 11:58 PM EDT
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March 24th, 2012

Woman From Iraq Found Severely Beaten Next to Threatening Note Dies in California Iraq Rights Commission Reviews Evidence of Forced Confessions in Hashemi Case
For Lawyer in Afghan Killings, the Latest in a Series of Challenging Defenses Homicides in El Salvador Drop, and Questions Arise
As the Displaced Return to Iraq, New Tensions Arise US Plans No Disciplinary Charges in Strike That Killed 24 Pakistanis
Kidnap Claim Shows 2 Terror Groups Now Operating in Nigeria's Increasingly Violent North Car Bomb Detonates in One City, Gun Battle Rages in Another in Northern Nigeria
Mali Coup Leader Says No Countercoup Expected, No Soldiers With Ousted President Hands Extended: Online and Off, Some Israelis Reach Out to Iranians and Look to Mend Fences
Obama Promoting Global Blockade of Nuclear Terrorism; Gets Up-Close Look at North Korea Front Line At CIA, a Convert to Islam Leads the Terrorism Hunt
Libyan Tribe Closes Border Crossing With Egypt Iraqi Woman Critically Beaten in Calif.; Threat Note Left at Scene
Turkish Forces Kill 15 Women Kurd Rebels Egypt Islamists Warn Military Over Government Backing
Young Jordanians Demonstrate for Reform EU Names 17 Iranians Sanctioned Over Human Rights
Guatemala's President Urges Debate on Drug Legalization J Street Stresses Urgency of Peace in Opening of Annual Conference in Washington
Israel Weighs Ways to Penalize PA in Wake of UN Human Rights Probe Guatemala Drug Legalization Meet Draws 2 Leaders
Despite Atrocities, Wartime Life Rolls on in Afghanistan Israelis Protest Against War on Iran
With Military in Disarray, Tuareg Rebels Gain in Northern Mali It's Time to Say Hello! to the Glamorous Side of Pakistan
Serbian President Calls 1999 NATO Bombing a Crime on Anniversary At Least 38 Killed in Syria, as Annan Seeks Settlement
Afghan Father Tries to Cope With Shooting Rampage US Officials Believe Solider Suspect Split Afghan Killing Spree
Amid War Fears, Some Israelis Reach Out to Iran Pakistan Hundreds of Thousands Attend JSQM 'Freedom March'
Clashes Kill Seven Soldiers, 22 Militants in Pakistan Tribal Belt Pakistan: Former Malir Bar President, Son Shot Dead
White House Confirms Obama-Gilani Meeting Pakistan: Young Boy Killed for Resisting Closure of Shop During Political Rally
Lebanon Welcomes US Mediation in Resolving Maritime Dispute With Israel Former DM: 'Planned Number of Iron Domes Can't Offer Full Protection'
Liberals Boycott Egypt's Constitutional Assembly More Palestinian Detainees Declare Hunger Strike
Hundreds of Israelis March in Tel Aviv to Protest War With Iran Dozens of French Muslims Training With Taliban, Pakistan Officials Say
Italian Soldier Killed, 5 Wounded in Afghanistan Serbia Marks Anniversary of NATO Bombing
1,000 Syrian Refugees Have Fled to Iraqi Kurdistan Turkish Forces Kill 15 Kurdish Women Fighters
Mali Coup Led by US-Trained Captain State Department Cutbacks Won't Affect Work in Iraq, Afghanistan
Syrian Refugee Numbers Pass 39,000 Mali State TV Goes Off Air; Fear of Countercoup
Mali's Tuareg Rebels Advance as World Condemns Coup Ethiopian Forces Target Another Somali Rebel Base
Boy Shot Dead at Egypt Football Protest Mali Coup Leader Pledges Safe Return of African Ministers
Egypt Parliament Elects Panel for New Constitution Mali's Isolated Junta Clamps Down to Assert Control
Indian Maoists Kidnap Lawmaker During Italian Hostage Talks Palestinian PM Says Freed US Aid to Help Ease Crisis
North Korea Meetings Set to Boost Young Leader's Power Brother of Siege Gunman Quizzed at French Intelligence HQ
Norway Plans Revised Health Law Ahead of Breivik Trial US Lawmakers Release $88.6 Million in Aid to Palestinians
Navy's Tiniest Warships Could Lead Assault on Iran Secret Nuclear Drone Plan Nixed by 'Political Realities'
Idiotic Idea of the Day: Jailing Lurkers of Terror Websites UN Chief Urges North Korea to Reconsider Rocket Launch
Afghan Official: 4 Killed in Roadside Bombing Suspected Maoist Rebels Abduct Indian Lawmaker
US to Allow Syrians to Stay Beyond Visas In Hong Kong, Fears of China's Hidden Hand Overshadow Election
China Says Former UN Chief Kofi Annan to Visit Next Week to Discuss Syria Crisis Egypt Soccer Fans, Troops Clash After Club Associated With Deadly Riots Suspended; 1 Killed
Medvedev Calls Missile Defense a Threat to Russia Iraq Detains Prison Staff in Investigation of Jailbreak
Afghan Official: Former Senator, 3 Others Killed in Roadside Bombing China Website Accuses Dalai Lama of 'Nazi-Style' Racial Policies, Advocating Self-Immolations

March 23rd, 2012

Clinton Waives Democracy Clause, Egypt Aid to Resume

March 22nd, 2012

Indiana Soldier's Widow: 'No Regrets, Last Months Were Priceless'

March 18th, 2012

Marianna (FL) Family Mourns Soldier's Death

March 17th, 2012

San Antonio (TX) Soldier Killed by Afghan IED
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