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US Sending Missiles, Troops to Syria Border
  Russia: Syria Position Unchanged
Chuck Hagel, Likely Defense Sec.: A Roundup
  Obama Picks John Kerry for Secretary of State After Rice Withdrawal
Israel Foreign Minister Lieberman Resigns
  Israel Commander: Gaza Border Quietest in 20 Years
  New Poll Shows Surge in Israel's Religious Far-Right
Report Finds Harsh CIA Interrogations Ineffective
  Unprecedented Warrantless Surveillance Powers
Yemen's Fake Army: 100,000 Strong and Paid
  Yemen: Six 'Suspects' Killed in Air Strikes
US Pivot Heightens Asian Disputes
Suicide Numbers Likely to Top 2011, Army Says
Canada High Court Upholds Disputed Terror Law
The Cowardice at the Heart of UK's Relationship With Israel  by Peter Oborne
Congress Hinders Progress on Iran  by Paul Pillar
European Court Rules Against CIA Abuse of Khaled El-Masri  by Amrit Singh
Hagel and the Hawks  by Marsha B. Cohen
Talk of a US-Asia 'Pivot' Is Overblown  by Malou Innocent
Don't Forget Maher Arar's Rendition to Syria  by Jacob G. Hornberger

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Palestinians, Security Forces Clash in West Bank
Israeli Gunfire Wounds Palestinian
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IAEA Confident of Nuclear Deal With Iran
Iran Election Laws Under Debate
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Longtime Rivals India, Pakistan to Make Cross-Border Travel Easier as Part of Thaw in Ties
China Submits Oceanic Claims to United Nations
China's Communist Leader Acts to Bolster Military
Chinese Opposition to Labor Camps Widens
South Korean Official Says Fishing Boat Carrying 3 North Koreans Drifts South of Maritime Boundary
A Political Pendulum in a Disgruntled Japan
Sri Lanka Matale 'Mass Grave Could Be a Crime Site'
Swedish-Made Weapons Used to Crush Myanmar's Ethnic Rebels Traced Back to India
NATO Says Syrian Scuds Hit 'Near' Turkey
Syrian Rebels Close In, but Assad Still Has Loyal Troops and Unchallenged Air Power
'Turkey Won't Send Troops to Syria'
Iranian Pilgrims Among 14 Killed in Iraq
Kurdistan Opposition Groups Turn Down Meeting With Maliki
Baghdad-Erbil Agreement on Troops Must Precede Peshmarga Withdrawal, Commander Says
Rival Rallies as Referendum Looms
Obama Walks a Fine Line With Egyptian President
Car Bomb Attack in Somalia Kills Only the Bomber
Sudan Detains Prominent Opposition Politician
Nigeria's Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala's Mother Freed by Kidnappers
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