Some Palestinian Workers Face Jail For Jobs

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Iraqi security forces monitor traffic Wednesday in the Karradah district of Iraq's capital Baghdad as heavy security measures were imposed following bombings this week. Ahmad Al-Rubaye/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Security Checkpoints Leave Baghdad Vulnerable

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Reporter's Notebook: Friend Killed In Iraq Bombing

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Baghdad Attacks Targets Hotels; Over 30 Killed

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George Mitchell (left) meets Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak in Tel Aviv on Thursday. Matty Stern/U.S Embassy, HO via AP hide caption

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U.S. Mideast Envoy Faces A Deadlock

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Jordan Caught Between An Ally And Its People

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'Kind' Jordanian Doctor Turned Suicide Bomber

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Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men demonstrate behind a line of Israeli police outside Intel's plant in Jerusalem on Nov. 21. The men were protesting the U.S. company's operating on the Jewish Sabbath. As Jerusalem becomes an increasingly religious city, secular Jews are fleeing for Tel Aviv. Tara Todras-Whitehill/AP hide caption

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Tale Of Two Cities Illustrates Battle For Israel's Soul

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Palestinians Practice Non-Violent Resistance In Bilin

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Gaza ID Keeps Palestinian Woman From West Bank

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Ramon Dahan's grandson, Aviram Almog, watches as construction workers build a bomb shelter at their house. Andrea Bruce for NPR hide caption

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Shell Shock Lingers For Israelis After Gaza War

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Laila Al Nabulsi, 12, stands in what she now calls home — a one-room dwelling pieced together from parts of her old house. Her family's home was demolished during the Israeli offensive in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip almost a year ago. Andrea Bruce for NPR hide caption

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A Year Later, Gazans Still Feeling Aftershocks Of War

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An Arab worker pours Merlot grapes into a crate during the harvest for the Dalton winery on Oct. 7, 2009, in Kerem Ben Zimra, in the northern Galilee region of Israel. Getty Images hide caption

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Move Over Manischewitz, Israeli Wines Gain Acclaim

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Jerusalem's Palestinians Allege Expulsion Campaign

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Lioness Sabrina (foreground) walks in her pen at the Gaza Zoo with her brother, Sakher, in 2007. The two lions are among the few animals at the zoo that survived the Israeli offensive against Hamas militants nearly a year ago. Hatem Moussa/AP hide caption

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At Gaza Zoo, The Wild Things Return

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