11 Nations Expel Syrian Diplomats After Massacre

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Cash-Strapped Europe Slow To Commit In Afghanistan

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NATO Buzzword: 'Sustainment' In Afghanistan

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NATO Summit To Reaffirm Afghan Commitment

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A NATO soldier aims his weapon during a gun battle in Kabul, Afghanistan, in April. NATO is holding a summit in Chicago this weekend, and discussing the future of the alliance is on the agenda. Musadeq Sadeq/AP hide caption

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Not Your Cold War NATO: Alliance To Examine Itself

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Annan Gives Bleak Assessment Of Syrian Ceasefire

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Trade, Security On Agenda For Obama, Japan's Noda

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U.S. Considers Ways To Keep Drones In Pakistan

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World Bank Names Obama's Pick As Its New President

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South Koreans watch a TV showing a graphic of North Korea's rocket launch at a train station in Seoul on Friday. Jung Yeon-Je/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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World Smolders As Smoke Clears Over N. Korea

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Competition Heats Up To Head World Bank

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Khairat el-Shater, a leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, leaves the election committee headquarters in Cairo on Thursday after registering for the presidential election next month. A delegation from the Brotherhood is currently visiting Washington to talk about the group's plans for Egypt's future. Mohammed Hossam/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Muslim Brotherhood Attempts To Charm U.S. Skeptics

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U.S. Posts Reward For Leader Of Militant Group

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Oil tankers sit at a NATO supply terminal in the southern Pakistani port city of Karachi on Feb. 9. In November, Pakistan's government shut down the main routes for bringing supplies to U.S. and NATO troops in Afghanistan. Masroor/Xinhua/Landov hide caption

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U.S., Pakistan At Impasse Over Afghan Supply Routes

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Pakistan's Supreme Court Takes On Controversy

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