Israel's Supreme Court has ruled the West Bank Jewish settlement outpost of Migron must be destroyed by August 2012. Sebastian Scheiner/AP hide caption

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Israel, West Bank Settlers Brace For Showdown

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Hundreds of people gather on March 23 on the main public square in Toulouse, France, to pay homage to the seven victims of self-proclaimed al-Qaida militant Mohamed Merah. Eric Cabanis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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French Killings Spark National Soul-Searching

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'We Love You Iran' Becomes Anti-War Campaign

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Blogger: U.S. Shouldn't Trust Egypt's Government

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A relative weeps during the funeral of French paratrooper Mohamed Legouad, killed this month by Mohamed Merah. Two other French troopers were murdered and four people at a Jewish school. Laurent Cipriani/AP hide caption

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Israel says it will begin taking tougher action against illegal immigrants, many of whom are from Africa. Here, African immigrants demand the right to stay in Israel during a protest in Tel Aviv on Aug. 1, 2009. Yehuda Raizner/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As Illegal Immigrants Increase, Israel Plans To Act

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Shooting Suspect Remains Cornered In Toulouse

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French Police Surround Shooting Suspect

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French police officers at the scene of the siege today in Toulouse, where a suspect in recent killings is said to be holed up in an apartment. Pascal Guyot /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Claude Lanzmann published his memoir, Le Lièvre de Patagonie, in France in 2009. The Patagonian Hare has now been translated into English. Helie Gallimar/Farrar, Straus and Giroux hide caption

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'Shoah' Director Tells His Story In 'Patagonian Hare'

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Sheldon Adelson speaks at the 2008 "Facing Tomorrow" Presidential Conference in Jerusalem. David Silverman/Getty Images hide caption

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For A Personal Cause, Casino Owner Bets On Gingrich

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From Israel: Politics And Romance At The Movies

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