Updated May 10, 2012 - 11:37 PM EDT
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May 11th, 2012

Egypt Holds First Ever TV Presidential Debate

May 10th, 2012

Change to Ballot Request Form Angers US Expats Peru's Defense, Interior Ministers Quit After Complaints of Incompetence in Fight With Rebels
Uruguayan Judge Questions Young Haitian Man About Alleged Abuse by UN Peacekeepers Indian Police to Visit Iran to Probe Attack Targeting Israeli Diplomats in New Delhi
Vladimir Putin Sending Dmitry Medvedev to Camp David Summit 7 Dumped Bodies Found in Iraq
Horst Faas, Combat Photographer Known for Vietnam Coverage, Dies Islamists Poised for Strong Showing in Algeria Vote
US Drones, Air Strikes Kill 17 in Southern Yemen US Ambassador to Pakistan Bowing Out
Christians in Syria Live With an Uneasy Sense of Security Egypt Seizes Dozens of Heavy Weapons Likely Smuggled From Libya and Bound for Sinai Peninsula
Turkish Generals Put in Custody in Widening 1997 Coup Probe Pakistan Successfully Testfires Ballistic Missile
US Republicans Want Answers in Iraq-Hezbollah Case Joint Chiefs Head Doesn't 'See a Need' for East Coast Missile Site
China-Philippines Dispute Over Island Becomes More Heated Two Sudans Brace for a War Both Thought Was Over
British Played Central Role in Foiled Bomb Operation: Sources US Official Doubts Iran Can Find Alternative to Dollar Trades
Rebel Chief Riad Al-Asaad 'Threatens New Syria Attacks' US Officials Said to Be Fearful of Looming Israeli Strike on Iran
Kadima MP: We'd Have Had to Join Coalition After War Started Anyhow US Drone Strikes Kills 17 'al-Qaeda Militants' in Yemen
Demonstrators Attack Zagros TV Station in Arbil POW/MIA Team Looking for Clues of Missing WWII Troops in Guam
Russia Condemns Syria Attacks, Sees Foreign Hand Ayalon Calls on China to Increase Pressure on Iran
Lapid: I Dare Netanyahu to Fire Shas Netanyahu, Israeli Cabinet to Weigh Approval of Illegal West Bank Outpost
Palestinians Press Case of Hunger Strikers in Israeli Prisons Stadiums Stand Empty in Isolated Pakistan
No Sign of Arab Spring as Algerians Trickle to Polls In Bab El Oued, Election Is 'News From a Foreign Country'
Guinea-Bissau Paralyzed a Month After Coup Clashes Between Guinea Protesters and Police Leave 19 Hurt
Hundreds of Mutineers Return to Dr Congo Army: Military Rwandan Genocide Suspect Given Fortnight Adjournment
Jihadist Group Complicates Picture in Syria Israeli Ministers Fear Mofaz Will Flip-Flop and Support Strike on Iran
Egypt Forces Seize Missiles, Grenade Launchers in Sinai Raid Syria Calls on UN to Stop 'Terrorism'
Report: TSA Wasting Money on Screening Machines A Look at Major Suicide Bombings, Large Explosions During Syria's Uprising
At Least 70 Killed in Damascus Bombings In Congress, Dem and GOPer Working Together to Change the NDAA
Suicide Attackers in Afghan Police Uniforms Kill 5 at Checkpoint Russia Says It Foiled Terrorist Attacks in Sochi Winter Games
US Military Taught Officers: Use 'Hiroshima' Tactics for 'Total War' on Islam Trade, Public Anger Sharpening Beijing-Manila Spat
Bahrain Delays Medics' Retrial Until June Defense Leaders Push US to Sign Sea Treaty
Baby, 18 Months Old, Ordered Off Plane at Fort Lauderdale Airport 'Frustrated' Dad of Taliban Prisoner Bowe Bergdahl Takes Matters Into Own Hands
Bombs and Hunger Haunt Sudan's Nuba Mountains Red Cross Suspends Work in Pakistan After Doctor's Murder
Syria Suicide Bombers Kill 55, Wound 372, Truce in Tatters Algerian Vote Touted as Fair, but Voters Apathetic
US Plans 10-Month Warship Deployment to Singapore Sarkozy May Face Legal Queries After Immunity Expires
China Tightens Restrictions on Activist's Family Bahrain Activists Burn Tires, Demand Women's Release
Briton With Shabaab Links to Go on Trial Over Kenya 'Bomb Plot' British Government in U-Turn Over F35-B Fighter Planes
US Raytheon Co Missile Interceptor Test 'A Success' UN Envoy Rebukes Cambodia Over Shooting of Protesters
China Travel Agencies Suspend Philippine Tours Over South China Sea Tensions Vanuatu Ejects Australian Police Amid Diplomatic Row

May 9th, 2012

Syrian Troops Say Cease-Fire Hasn't Stopped Rebel Attacks Philippines: US Obliged to Protect Ours Claims in South China Sea
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