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Cambodian farmer Leang Korn, 56, cries in front of a portrait of her nephew, who was a prisoner of the Khmer Rouge's Tuol Sleng prison, now turned into a genocide museum, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Heng Sinith/AP hide caption

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Ex-Khmer Official Sentenced To 35 Years

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Clinton Attends ASEAN Meeting

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Clinton Announces New North Korea Sanctions

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Clinton Discusses Security On Pakistan Visit

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Nuclear Scientist Heads Back To Iran

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Missing Iranian Scientist Turns Up In Washington

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U.S. Watches As Afghan-Pakistan Relations Improve

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Obama, Netanyahu Confer At White House

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Obama, Netanyahu To Try To Patch Up Relations

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U.S. Marines take cover as they are involved in a gun battle in March during a patrol in Marjah, Afghanistan. In February, U.S.-led troops set out to rid the area of insurgents and set up a viable local government. But Taliban militants have returned to the area. Dusan Vranic/AP hide caption

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Afghanistan To Test Petraeus' Master Plan

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Concern Grows Over U.S. Strategy In Afghanistan

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Pro-Palestinian demonstrators wave Turkish and Palestinian flags during a protest Sunday in Ankara against Israel's deadly raid on a Gaza-bound aid ship. The attack was the latest blow to U.S.-Turkish relations. Adem Altan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As Turkey Flexes Regional Muscle, Ties With U.S. Sour

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