Film Based On A Palestinian Girl's Life Stirs Controversy

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Telhami Hopeful For Israeli-Palestinian Progress

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Syrian army soldiers stood guard at Sheik Daher Square in the city of Latakia after violence between security forces and protesters on Sunday. Hussein Malla/AP hide caption

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Op-Ed: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict On Back Burner

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The Eichmann Trial: Fifty Years Later

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'Miral': A Drama About The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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Israel Warily Watches Arab Turmoil

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An orphaned Palestinian girl (Freida Pinto) is one of four women whose lives are a lens on the Middle East in Miral. Jose Haro/The Weinstein Co. hide caption

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Israeli paramedics and emergency workers rushed to the scene of an explosion outside Jerusalem's central bus station on Wednesday. Marina Passos/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Israeli rescue workers and paramedics cleaned a pool of blood at the bus stop in Jerusalem after today's attack. (March 23, 2011). Ariel Schalit/AP hide caption

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NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro on bombing

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Clinton Says U.S. Influence In Egypt Will Change

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Family's Murder Adds To Israeli, Palestinian Tensions

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'Jerusalem, Jerusalem' Tells A Tale Of Two Cities

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