France Wants To Be A Player In 'New Middle East'

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Why Do Middle Eastern Dictators Love Scuds?

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Egypt Asserts New Dynamic After Clashes With Israel

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Protesters Collide In Tel Aviv

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A tent camp has been set up on the promenade that lines Rothschild Boulevard, one of Tel Aviv's most expensive residential streets. Uriel Sinai/Getty Images hide caption

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Protests In Israel Target High Housing Costs

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Worries Grow Over Palestinian U.N. Bid

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Roberto Paternostro, the music director of the Israel Chamber Orchestra. Israel Chamber Orchestra hide caption

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A Tradition Shattered: Israelis Play Wagner At Bayreuth

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Questions Remain After The Arab Spring

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Lebanese men watch Hezbollah's leader Hassan Nasrallah give an address July 2. Nasrallah says authorities will never be able to arrest four members of his militant group who have been indicted in the murder of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Bilal Jawich/AP hide caption

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Hezbollah Indictments, Syrian Unrest Shake Lebanon

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