A group of Muslims leave the Al Ahmad mosque, the most popular in Buenos Aires, after Friday prayers on Jan. 28. Many say they are satisfied with the government's decision to recognize a Palestinian state. Silvina Frydlewsky for NPR hide caption

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Support For Palestinian Statehood Splits Argentines

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U.S. May Have To Shift Approach To Mideast Peace

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Palestinians Could Soon Join Rumbling For Reform

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Mubarak's Fall Spurs Calls To Rethink U.S. Policy

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What's Next For Egypt?

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Israel Warily Watches Egypt

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Egyptians stage a sit-in after the army ordered their encampments torn down in Tahrir Square on Sunday. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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The Next Challenge For Egypt: The Unknown

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NPR Special Coverage: Egypt Faces Uncertain Future

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U.S., Israel Focus Talks On Egypt

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President Obama and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, seen here in August 2009, have little to laugh about now. The protests and uncertainty in Egypt pose a foreign policy dilemma for Washington: stick with the Mubarak government or back the pro-democracy movement? Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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In Egyptian Uprising, A Tale Of Two Risks For U.S.

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