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Ousted Honduras Leader Briefly Crosses Border
Poll: Majority in US Oppose Both Wars
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Biden Touts Afghan War, Predicts More Deaths
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Maliki: US Troops May Stay in Iraq Past 2011
  US Officials Negotiated With Iraqi Insurgent Groups Twice in Spring
  New Party Tries to Give Kurds Their 'Orange Revolution'
Defiant Netanyahu Plays His Jerusalem Card
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  Israeli Missile-Defense System Hits Snag
  Israel Concerned Over US 'Umbrella' on Iran
Biden: Guantánamo Will Close by January
Clinton, N. Korea Talk Descends to Name-Calling
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