Palestinian Authority To Hold Elections Without Gaza

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Palestinians Stuck In Jerusalem 'No Man's Land'

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Netanyahu Stays Away From Washington

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Israel Allows Shipment Of Clothes, Goods Into Gaza

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Under Israel's Divorce Laws, Men Get The Final Word

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Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men, wearing traditional fur hats, attend a religious wedding celebration in the heart of Jerusalem in 2009. The hats, known as shtreimel or spodik, could still be worn under a proposed bill to ban fur in Israel, but the ultra-Orthodox community fears the legislation poses a threat to its religious identity. Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Dander Up In Israel Over Proposed Fur Ban

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After Icy U.S. Meeting, Netanyahu Weighs Next Steps

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Palestinians Insist On Settlement Freeze

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Israel Works To Mend U.S. Ties

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Obama: Dispute Won't Affect Overall Ties With Israel

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Israeli Settlement Plans Touch Off Political Tensions

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Biden Meets With Palestinian Leader

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Biden Pushes For Talks Between Israel, Palestinians

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Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki raises his hands with members of his State of Law coalition after addressing supporters at Al-Mina Stadium during a visit to Basra, in southern Iraq, this month. Iraq is due to hold general elections on March 7, and the incumbent faces strong competition from an alliance of Iranian-backed parties. hide caption

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As Elections Near, Iraqi PM's Support Wanes In South

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