White House Faces Tough Choice On Iran Sanctions
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North Korea Faces 2nd Leadership Change In 60 Years
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Reporters interview Iranian Minister of Petroleum Rostam Ghasemi before the start of the 160th meeting of the OPEC Conference in Vienna, Dec. 14. The global market for oil complicates the issue of U.S. sanctions against Iran. Xu Liang/Xinhua /Landov hide caption

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New Iran Sanctions, And Fears They Could Backfire
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Senate Approves Sanctions On Iran
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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad waves in Pakdasht, southeast of Tehran, Nov. 23. Ahmadinejad on Wednesday said he was surprised at European moves to isolate Tehran's central bank. HO/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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U.S. Weighs Sanctions Targeting Iran's Central Bank
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GOP Candidates Address Iranian Nuclear Issues
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Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi promised Tuesday to resign after parliament passed economic reforms demanded by the European Union. The debt crisis in Europe has been compounded by political problems. Andrew Medichini/AP hide caption

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Political Paralysis Worsens European Debt Crisis
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Nicaragua, Guatemala: '80s Rebels Seek Leadership
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A poster warns U.S. companies of the threat of cyber-espionage. A new report released Thursday names China and Russia as the top culprits in the theft of U.S. intellectual property and technology. Courtesy of the Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive hide caption

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China, Russia Top List Of U.S. Economic Cyberspies
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Stuxnet Poses Thorny Issue For Cyberdefenders
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Instructor Mark Fabro leads an exercise at the Department of Homeland Security's cyberdefense facility at the Idaho National Laboratory in September. Training at the lab is intended to help protect the nation's power, water and chemical plants, electrical grid and other facilities from computer viruses such as Stuxnet. Mark J. Terrill/AP hide caption

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Stuxnet Raises 'Blowback' Risk In Cyberwar
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Eurozone Debt Crisis Divides France, Germany
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Adel al-Jubeir, shown in this 2004 photo, is Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the U.S. and was the target of an Iranian assassination plot, according to the U.S. government.

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Will Saudis Play Oil Card In Revenge Against Iran?
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U.S. Foils Plot To Kill Saudi Ambassador
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Security Expert: U.S. 'Leading Force' Behind Stuxnet
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