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Leaked Graph Used to Suggest Iran Bomb-Making
Carnage Across Iraq: 42 Killed, 191 Wounded
Hamas Backs UN Move in Rare Show of Unity
  Israeli Cabinet Split on Taking Revenge for Palestinian UN Bid
  Israel, Hamas in Indirect Talks on Ceasefire Deal
  Arafat's Exhumation Could Bring Answers – or Just More Questions
Likud Primary Shows Dramatic Rightward Shift
  Israeli DM Announces He Will Retire From Politics, Resign in January
  Israel's Attacks on Gaza Brought Bibi and Obama Closer
US Politicians Pushed Banks to Block WikiLeaks
  Manning to Speak for First Time Since Arrest in Pre-Trial Testimony
Turkey: Patriot Missiles Not for Syria No-Fly Zone
  Syrian Rebels Seize Important Hydroelectric Dam in North
Egypt Meet Fails, Mursi Keeps Unchecked Power
US to Keep 10K Troops in Afghanistan Past 2014
Yemen Offers South Equal Seats in 'National Dialogue' Meet
Iraqi, Kurdish Forces Redeploy as Situation Calms
Manning's Lawyers Say Punishment Preceded Trial
How the Air Force Blew $1 Billion on a Dud System
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Gaza, Iron Walls, and Mowed Lawns  by Paul R. Pillar
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Rights Group Urges No Amnesty for Afghan Taliban
Audit Says Kabul Bank Began as 'Ponzi Scheme'
Afghan Students Denounce Israel Over Gaza Fighting
Bomb Kills 1 Person in Pakistan's Largest City
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