Israeli soldiers take part in an exercise at the Shizafon army base, in the Negev Desert north of the southern city of Eilat, on Tuesday. There are growing signs that Israel may be planning a strike against Iran's nuclear facilities. Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Israel, A Nonstop Debate On Possible Iran Strike

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Israeli Outpost Pits Courts Vs. Government

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Egyptian women show their ink-stained fingers after voting at a polling station earlier this month. According to the election results, less than 2 percent of parliamentarians will be female. Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Wins In Landslide

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Many Egyptian women hoped to make political gains following the country's revolution. But female candidates fared extremely poorly in the recent parliamentary elections. Here, Huda Ghaniya of the Democratic Alliance, an Islamist grouping, campaigns last Nov. 11. Dana Smillie/MCT via Getty Images hide caption

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In Egypt's New Parliament, Women Will Be Scarce

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Egypt's Military Government Quiets Revolutionaries

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How Will The Muslim Brotherhood Govern?

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A Jewish settler wears his prayer shawl as he passes one of the structures demolished at the unauthorized Jewish settlement outpost in Ramat Migron, in the West Bank, on Sept. 5, 2011. Israel's radical Hilltop Youth have built numerous such outposts in recent years. Abir Sultan/EPA/Landov hide caption

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Israel Cracks Down on Radical 'Hilltop Youth'

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A rebel fighter stands on a monument inside Moammar Gadhafi's main compound in Tripoli. Sergey Ponomarev/AP hide caption

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In Post-Gadhafi Libya, Islamists Start To Rise

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An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man (left) and a secular man argue during a protest against the strict religious codes favored by the ultra-Orthodox in the Israeli city of Beit Shemesh. Stringer/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Israelis Clash Over Strict Religious Codes

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For A Libya In Flux: A Theme Song

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Libyan Militias Have 1 Day Left To Get Out Of Tripoli

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A Libyan security guard stands next to African immigrants in the port of Tripoli on Dec. 5, 2011, after authorities foiled their attempt to illegally immigrate to Europe. Thousands of sub-Saharan Africans have been stranded or imprisoned in Libya, suspected of being mercenaries for former Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi. Mahmud Turkia/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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African Migrants Caught In Brutal Libyan Limbo

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Voting Begins In Egypt's Parliamentary Elections

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A woman walks past Egyptian military near Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, on Sunday. Protesters have clashed with security forces in the days leading up to Monday's parliamentary elections, and women are being targeted. Manu Brabo/AP hide caption

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Sexual Violence Marks Latest Egyptian Protests

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Tribal Unrest In The New Libya

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