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Hamas Assassination Draws Wide Praise In Israel

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Paper: Hamas Founder's Son Spied For Israel

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How The U.S. Approaches Targeted Killings

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Week In Review With Daniel Schorr

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Diplomatic Row Deepens Over Hamas Leader's Killing

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Was A Foreign Government Behind Hamas Slaying?

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Rashid Khalid (left) and Stuart Eizenstat (right) participate in an Intelligence Squared U.S. debate on U.S.-Israeli relations moderated by John Donvan (center). The debate was held at New York University's Skirball Center for the Performing Arts on Feb. 9. Chris Vultaggio hide caption

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The Broadcast Version Of The Debate

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Cameras Capture Death Squad After Hamas Leader

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Distrust Rife Between Israeli, Palestinian Commands

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Poll: Support For Extremism Falling In Muslim World

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Understanding Iran, 31 Years After Revolution

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during the Herzliya Conference. Rauvan Kastro, Pool/AP hide caption

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Seeking A Kinder, Gentler Image For Israel

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Some Palestinian Workers Face Jail For Jobs

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Protesters On Israel's Left Push Without Protection

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Thirteen-year-old Nasri (Fouad Habash) gets caught up in the violence between warring families. Kino International hide caption

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Film About Israeli Arabs Makes Oscar Short List

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