Updated April 13, 2012 - 11:40 PM EDT
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April 13th, 2012

China Says It May Reduce Role of Foreign Firms in Surveillance Iran's Nobel Laureate Concerned About Sanctions
Seeking Nuclear Insight in Fog of the Ayatollah's Utterances Resurgent Beirut Offers a Haven in the Arab Spring
3 Small Explosions in Colombia on Eve of Americas Summit, No Damage or Injuries Reported Chinese Army Leaders Call for Unity After Bo Xilai's Dismissal
Documents Provide Rare Insight Into FBI's Terrorism Stings UN Condemns North Korean Rocket Launch, Stops Short of Penalties
Pakistan: NATO Supply Routes Likely to Be Reopened Pakistan to Send bin Laden Family to Saudi Arabia
Misconduct Alleged Against Secret Service Agents on Summit Trip Obama to Play Defense on Latin America Policies at Summit of Americas
3 of 8 Chinese Fishing Boats Leave Disputed Shoal British PM Wants Myanmar Sanctions Suspended
Obama Urged at Summit to Focus on Latin America At Summit of Americas, Obama to Face Push for Drug Legalization
A Brotherhood Show of Force, as Egypt Turns to Presidential Election Pakistan to Send bin Laden Family to Saudi Arabia
'Helicopter Hijack Code' Triggered Sonic Boom Typhoons Officials: US and Pakistan Still at Impasse Over CIA Drone Strikes
Fifa Weighs Letting Iraq Host World Cup Qualifiers Boko Haram Threatens Jonathan
Yemen Army Clashes With Islamists, at Least 34 Killed Six Killed in South Yemen Clashes
US Drastically Reducing Aid Projects in Pakistan South Sudan Sets Withdrawal Terms, Sudan Sends Troops
Five Killed as Syrian Protesters Test Cease-Fire Iraqi Sunnis Yearn for Autonomy Amid Growing Discrimination
Iraq Likely to Scrap Human Rights Ministry Iraq Human Rights Committee Chair: Abolish Death Penalty
Drone Strikes to Continue: US Officials US, Russia Bicker Over UN Monitoring Team in Syria
Lufthansa Cancels Airline Tickets of Possible Protesters US Cancels Food Aid to North Korea
Cease-Fire Survives as Syrians Protest Without Major Bloodshed Syrian Truce Marred as Assad Forces Kill Three
Russian Warships to Patrol Syrian Coast 11 Iraqis Killed as Judicial Council Orders Arrest of Maliki Enemy
Iraq's Saddam-Era Culture Minister Released Nigerian Militants Claim Attack on Eni Installations
S. Kordofan Foreign Aid Plan Not Needed: Governor India to Accept Pakistan Foreign Development as Ties Warm
Toll Hits 200 in Battle With Qaeda for Yemen Town Gulf States to Meet on Iran-Uae Island Spat
Syrians Demonstrate to Test Ceasefire, 5 Killed North Korea Launch Draws Anger as Failure Wounds Pride
South Sudan Says to Release Oilfield if UN Intervenes British PM, Suu Kyi Back Suspension of Myanmar Sanctions
Soldiers Hold Guinea-Bissau PM in Suspected Coup Bid Five Men Shot Dead Near Macedonia Capital Skopje
Egypt MPs Bar Ex-Mubarak Presidential Candidates Syria Ceasefire: UN Plans to Send Observers 'in Days'
Bahrain Grand Prix to Go Ahead as Planned, Fia Confirms Video: Looting in Bahrain Amid F1 Disquiet
Egypt Islamists Protest Against Omar Suleiman Poll Bid Defying Ban, Egyptian Christians Visit Jerusalem
US Allies to Call for Drug Legalisation Syria Ceasefire: Security Forces 'Fire at Protesters'
Latin American Military Men Against Drug War Moderate Islamist Runs on Middle Ground in Egypt
US Sorry for Shahrukh Khan's Latest Capture In a First, North Korea Tells Its People About a Failure
Egypt Islamists Rally Against Ex-Regime Candidates

April 12th, 2012

Mckeon Presses Secdef on US-Afghan Night Raid Pact Yemen's Saleh Demands Key Roles for Loyalists

April 11th, 2012

New Air Force One Debuts in Pentagon Planning
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