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Updated January 22, 2013 - 11:26 PM EST
Netanyahu Stumbles as Centrists Surge in Vote
  Israel Extends Barrier to Block Palestinians From More Land
Obama: US to Maintain Global Military Presence
  Panetta: US Help in Mali a Model for Future Wars
  The White House's Inexplicable Mishandling of Marine Gen. Mattis
  The Military Lobby in America
Panetta Vows US Revenge Against al-Qaeda
  West Overlooked Risk of Libya Weapons Reaching Mali, Says Expert
  Algeria PM Blames 'Canadian' Coordinator for Hostage Siege
  French MPs Accuse Qatar of Backing Mali Rebels
  Saharan Mess: Tuaregs, Terrorism, and Maghrebi Spillover
Syrian Rebels Fail to Agree on 'Exile Govt'
  Over 30 Slain in Central Syria Car Bombing
UN Finds Rampant Torture in Afghan Prisons
  Three Police Among Seven Killed in Nine-Hour Kabul Gunbattle
Coalition of Egypt Groups Opposed to Islamists Is Fracturing
US Drone Strike Kills Three Near Yemeni Capital
Bomber in Chief: 20,000 Airstrikes in Obama's First Term  by Nicolas J.S. Davies
Obama's Speech Misleadingly Suggests End to Perpetual War  by Kevin Gosztola
MLK's Condemnations of US Militarism More Relevant Than Ever  by Glenn Greenwald
The Overzealous Prosecution of Aaron Swartz  by Stephen L. Carter
Mali: Fragile Democracy and Clumsy US Policy  by Simon Tisdall
Who Is Responsible for Medicine Shortages in Iran?  by Farideh Farhi

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Prince Harry in Afghanistan: I Fired at Enemy
New F-35 Fighter Is Banned From Flying in Bad Weather Because It Could Explode
Kachin Rebels Defiant on Myanmar's Northern Front Line
Pakistan Senate Concerned Over US Law Legalizing Drone Attacks
'Far Right' Report Outrages Critics of Federalism
3 Americans Die in Algeria Attack, 7 Survive
Hostages Were Human Shields in Algeria
Algeria Siege: British Hostage 'Was Executed'
Algeria Hostage Recounts Survival Tactics, as Confusion Surrounds Toll
Philippines Says 6 Workers Among Dead in Algeria
Egypt's Morsi Opposes French Intervention in Mali, Says He Backs Algeria After Attack
French Keep Up Airstrikes in Mali, as Group Behind Algeria Siege Threatens More Attacks
In Mali Town, Militants Are Gone but Challenges for French Remain
Islamists Recruiting Children to Bolster Their Numbers in Mali
Same Players, Different Ties: France's Delicate Role in Mali
Mali Museum Struggles to Save Artifacts
Eritrea Hits Back at Mutineers After They Storm Ministry
Dissident Eritrean Troops Demand Release of Political Prisoners
Central African Republic
Rebel Leader's Chief Bodyguard Killed in Central African Republic
North Korea
US Circulates Draft North Korea Rebuke at UN
North Korea Rocket 'Was Domestically Made'
China Criticizes Clinton's Remarks About Dispute With Japan Over Islands
China Says US Has Historical Responsibility in Island Dispute With Japan
Pakistani Intelligence Held Men Without Evidence
Villagers in Kashmir Brace for Escalating Violence
Thai Army Officials 'Involved' in People Smuggling
Bangladesh Sentences Islamic Cleric to Death for Crimes From 1971 Independence War
Putin Orders Russian Computers Protected After Spy Attacks
Paris PKK Shooting: Chauffeur Under Formal Inquiry
Bulgarian MP Attack: Avengers May Be Prosecuted
Israel Removes New Palestinian Protest Camp
Before Israelis Vote, Peace Is Not on Agenda
On Eve of Election, Netanyahu's Bid to Strengthen Grip Appears to Have Backfired
Obama 'Looking Forward' to Working With Netanyahu in 2013
Israel Elections Quandary for Marginalized Arab Citizens
Israeli Teachers Paid for Military Recruitment
Israel Arrests 18-Month Old Over Barrier Violation
Nine Palestinians Arrested for 'Relentless' Snowball Fight
Leading Candidates in Israel's Election
'Jewish Home' Radicalizes Israeli Politics
Defense Ministry Tests 'Upgraded' Iron Dome
Russia Sends Planes to Beirut for Russians in Syria
Patriot Missiles Arrive in Turkey
Syrians Ferry Needed Goods From Iraq
Syria Foreign Minister Muallem Calls for Talks
Iran's Central Bank Governor Dismissed by Audit Court
Jailed American Pastor to Be Released on Bail in Iran
Iran Discovers 14 Billion Barrels of Crude Oil Reserves
China's December Crude Import From Iran 2nd Highest in 2012
18 Killed, Including al-Qaeda Suspects
Al-Qaeda Claims Assassination of Sunni Lawmaker in Iraq
Iraqi Official Says Saudi Prisoners Not Abused
Iraq PM Holds Rare Talks With Exxon Chief
All Is Not Well in Northern Iraq's Oilfields
Iraq Scores Its First Oil Find in Decades
Middle East
Egypt Busts Huge Explosives Haul Heading for Gaza, Largest Single Shipment Yet
Lebanon Nabs 'High-Paid Spy for Israel'
As Jordan Elections Near, Protesters Focus on King
Yemeni Females Often 'Used' in Intermarriages With Foreigners
In Mexico, Self-Defense Squads Are Springing Up Against Drug-Fueled Violence
'Curious' Cuban Net Cable Has Activated, Researchers Say
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