Hezbollah Sends Fighters To Qusayr From Lebanon

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A Syrian soldier walks through the hotly contested city of Qusair on May 22. The Syrian army, backed by Lebanon's Hezbollah militia, has been waging a fierce fight with rebels in the key western city for the past two weeks. STR/STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Watching From The Rooftops As A Fierce Syrian Battle Unfolds

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Syrian Forces, Opposition Battle For Qusair

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As Hezbollah Vows Support, The New Calculus In Syria

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Yusra Hammed, 15, puts the finishing touches on a drawing on a wall inside her family's home in Silwad, a village in the West Bank. Hammed says, like many Palestinian girls, she does not throw rocks at Israeli soldiers; but she expresses her opposition through alternate channels, such as art. Emiliy Harris/NPR hide caption

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Palestinian Girls Look For Ways To Protest, Without Stones

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Russian President Vladimir Putin (right) and British Prime Minister David Cameron met earlier this month. Cameron said then that he was encouraged by Russia's willingness to take part in a peace conference on Syria. Now, Russia is said to be angry about the EU's decision to lift an embargo on arming the Syrian opposition. Alexey Nikoksky /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Red Cross vehicles outside Israel's Ofer prison, between Jerusalem and Ramallah. David Vaaknin/Getty Images hide caption

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Palestinian Used Imprisoned Husband's Sperm To Get Pregnant

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Syrian Conflict Continues Spread Into Neighboring Lebanon

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Violence From Syria Spills Into Lebanon's Capital Beirut

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Lebanese men inspect destroyed cars after two rockets exploded in Shiah, a southern suburb of Beirut, on Sunday. Anwar Amro/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Syrian Opposition Faces Expanding, Volatile Conflict

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Kerry Acknowledges 'Years Of Disappointments' In West Bank

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Domestic drama: Among the ultra-Orthodox world of Tel Aviv's Haredi Jews, Rivka (Irit Sheleg, left) and her daughter Shira (Hadas Yaron, second from left, with Hila Feldman and Razia Israeli) are confronted with a dilemma after a death in the family. Karin Bar/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Syrian Rebels Continue To Clash With Hezbollah-Backed Forces

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