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May 20th, 2012

Resolution of Chen Crisis Indicates Possible Maturation in US-China Relationship Outside Sanaa, a Struggle for Influence Grips the New Yemen
International Agency Will Try to Resume Talks With Iran on Nuclear Program Palestinians Sign Deal to Set Up Elections
Libyan's Death Brings Up Debate Over His Release Group Says 60 Arrested, Some Hurt in Chicago Anti-Nato Clashes
Baghdad Judges Refuse to Hear Evidence That Could Clear Iraq VP of Terrorism Charges Anti-Turkish Protests in Iraq Escalate
Thousands Rally Against NATO in Chicago Iraq, Afghan War Vets Toss Away Their Medals
Iraq Buys US Drones to Protect Oil 21 Dead in Yemen Al Qaeda Clashes
NATO Officials Says the Alliance Has No Intention of Intervening in Syria Obama: Afghan War 'Over'
UK Ministers Approve 350 Million Contract for Trident Replacement AU Plans to Resume Talks Between Two Sudans
Russia Says West Still Considering Military Action on Iran Threat of New Rebel Lebanese Army as Tensions Grow Over Killing of Sunni Clerics
Israel's Fury Over Trade Ban on West Bank Produce Mali Coup Leader Backs Transition President
US Rejects High Fee for NATO Supply Trucks US Should Apologise for Salala Cross-Border Attack: Pakistan
Assassinations of Pro-Regime Officials Increasing in Syria Crisis NATO Orders Five New Drones Worth $1.7 Billion
Clashes Rock Damascus, Baath Official Assassinated Pakistan Urges a 'Permanent Solution' on US Drone Strikes
Israeli Settler Shoots at Palestinians While IDF Soldiers Stand By Israel Inches Closer to Compromise on Iran Uranium Enrichment, Officials Say
In Egypt's Sinai, Tribesmen Remain Hostile to Upcoming Presidential Vote Nikolic Beats Tadic in Serbia Run-Off for Presidency
From M16s to Boots, Afghan Troops Feel Slighted Obama Warns NATO of 'Hard Days Ahead' in Afghanistan
Israel PM: Illegal African Immigrants Threaten Identity of Jewish State Netanyahu: Israel Will Continue to Build Jerusalem and Keep It United
Obama, Karzai Meet Before NATO Summit Opens Former Soldiers and Their Backers March in Haiti's Capital; 40-50 Arrested on Arms Charges
NATO Chief: No 'Rush for the Exits' in Afghan War Lockerbie Bomber: Hero for Some, Murderer for Many
Algeria Arrests Al-Qaeda Islamists on Way to Libya New Fighting Erupts in Eastern Dr Congo
Chicago Police Accused of Planting Evidence in 'Molotov Cocktail' Plot Pakistan Blocks Twitter Because of 'Offensive Material'
UN Seeks Iran Nuclear Deal Before Baghdad Talks Bahraini Activist Granted Bail but Not Released
Egypt Presidential Candidate Joins Hunger Strike Egypt's Would-Be 'President of the Poor' Touts Past
Lebanese Soldiers Kill Two Anti-Assad Activists, Including Sunni Cleric Palestinian Activist Convicted on Stoning Charge
Yemen Army Presses Drive to Retake Al-Qaeda Bastion Opposition Groups Report Clashes in Syrian Capital
Bomb Explodes Near UN Observers' Chief in Syria US Army Instructor Shot in Yemen Attack: Security Source
Hidden Fingerprint of Weapons-Grade Plutonium Finally Found Sudan Releases Four Foreigner Seized in Disputed Area
Syria: Hama Shelling 'Kills 16' Lockerbie Bomber Abdelbaset Al-Megrahi Dies in Tripoli
Former Israeli PM: Jerusalem Must Be Partitioned Kuwait Daily Cautious After Sectarian Ban Lifted
Spain Mulls Keeping Troops in Afghanistan After 2014 Chicago Police, Protesters Clash in Loop
'Lockerbie Bomber' Megrahi Has Died in Libya Report: Taliban, Afghan Troops Forge Agreements as NATO Prepares Draw-Down
NATO Says 2 Service Members Killed in Afghanistan; Suicide Blast Strikes Police Checkpoint

May 19th, 2012

Supreme Court Considers Whether to Take Up Anti-Terrorism Laws NATO Struggles to Sustain Itself

May 18th, 2012

The Kabul Hospital That Treats All Sides
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