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January 10th, 2013

Hagel, Obama Forged Bond Over Iraq Major Differences Persist in Talks With Baghdad, Kurdish Officials Say
Treasury Dept.: Iran Seeking New Ways to Evade Sanctions Mali's President Asks France for Help to Counter Extremists and Terrorist Groups Moving South
Argentina President Hits Out at Those Who Want to 'Invade' Falklands Role of Syrian Women Evolves as War Rages On
Finding a Way: Private Iranian Firm May Lay Gas Pipeline in Pakistan NATO Queries Afghan Tanks Demand
Mulla Omer Warns Ulema Against Attending Kabul Moot US Drone Strikes in Pakistan on Rise for 2013
Hawaii-Based US Navy Sub Damaged in Persian Gulf Has Kirk's Office Been Running a Secret Anti-Hagel Campaign?
Hagel's 'Refreshing Candor' May Be His Greatest Liability as Secretary of Defense Hagel's Senate Confirmation Will Be Short on Old Allies
Reports of Clashes Near Sirte Denied Yemen Officials Say Tribal Chief Killed in Apparent Revenge Attack by Al-Qaida
Can This Islamic Cleric Liberalize Pakistan's Politics? Egyptian President Invited to Iran, Discusses Syria With Visiting Iranian Foreign Minister
Syrian Kurds Find Refuge in Northern Iraq Iraq Attacks Kill at Least 12
Chuck Hagel's Top Defender: Chuck Hagel Chinese Newspaper Protests End, but Censorship Battle Is Unresolved
Kenya: Seven Killed in New Tana Delta Clashes Colombia's FARC Rebels Say Ceasefire to End January 20
US Drones Kill Six in NWA Three Police Killed, Four Wounded North of Baghdad
North Korea Urged Not to Test Nuclear Weapons Baloch Govt Announces 3-Day Mourning
New Russian Nuclear Submarine Enters Service Palestinians and Israeli Military Clash in West Bank Flashpoints
Has Likable Lapid Hit the Ceiling? Opposition to Hagel Isn't Dying Down After Nomination
Jordanian PM: if We Were to Let in Palestinians From Syria, Israel Would Try to Send More of Them Our Way Relatives of Abducted Pilgrims Protest Near Qatari Embassy
Fatah Gunmen Form New Organization UN: One Million Syrians Going Hungry Due to Civil War
US Urges Japan and South Korea to Mend Ties Naftali Bennett Won't Beat Benjamin Netanyahu in Israeli Election, but He's Cut the Margin
Bin Laden Death Photos Might Not See the Light of Day Myanmar Airstrikes Reopen Ethnic Wounds
Shimon Peres: Israel's Government Does Not Want to Make Peace With Muslim World Kurds, Turks Vow to Continue Talks Despite Killings
Venezuela Holds Symbolic Inauguration for Chavez Kenya: 10 People Die in Retaliatory Tribal Attack
End of an Era as Czechs Vote to Replace President Klaus Tunisian Prosecutors Opposed Freeing Libya Suspect
Palestinian Leader Rejects Deal on Syria Refugees Afghanistan: Taliban May Be 'Weak,' but Fear Remains
Critics of Likud's New Vanguard Say Party Has Abandoned Founder's Ideals Bomb Halts Yemen Marib Oil Pipeline Flows Again
China Censor Row Paper Southern Weekly Back on Stands Mali Islamists 'Enter' Konna After Clashes With Army
Somali Pirate 'Big Mouth' Quits Pakistan Soldier in Kashmir 'Killed by Indian Troops'
New Russian Nuclear Sub 'Safer Than Kursk' Palestinian Groups Hamas and Fatah Agree on Unity Deal
92 Killed in Pakistan Bombings Dozens Killed at Quetta Snooker Hall
Four Men Arrested in London in Syria Terror Inquiry Britain: Watchdog Warns of Defense Project Delays and Overspending
Chuck Hagel May Regret Not Having Made More Senate Pals Palestinian President Rejects Israel's Conditional Offer to Resettle Refugees From Syria
Mali: Islamist Rebels Take Another City Syria Says Turkey Involved in Looting
UK Says All Options on Table for Syria Pakistan Says Soldier Killed in Kashmir
US to Press Fight of Detainee's Appeal Three Kurdish Activists Killed in Central Paris
'Snowball Truce' Brings Brief Joy, Laughter to War-Weary Damascus Damascus Says International Syria Envoy Is 'Flagrantly Biased'
Officials Say Tel Aviv Car Bomb Was a Mob Hit, Not Terrorism US Intervention on EU Opens Rift in UK Leadership
Female Kurdish Activists Including Former Guerrilla Shot in Paris

January 9th, 2013

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