UNESCO Admits Palestine, May Lose U.S. Aid Money

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Assad Warns Against Outside Intervention

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Can Oil Fuel Libya's Reconstruction?

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Tribal Unrest In The New Libya

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Supporters of the moderate Islamist party Ennahda celebrate Tuesday after the party received the most votes to form an assembly that will write a new constitution. Tunisia was the first Arab country to stage a revolution this year, and the first to hold elections.

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The banking scandal has political implications in Iran, and the president's top adviser, Rahim Mashaei, has come under criticism. He's shown here in 2007.

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Iran's Largest Banks Swindled Out Of $2.6 Billion

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Egypt To Release Israeli-American In Prisoner Trade

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On an Aug. 10 tour organized by Moammar Gadhafi's governement, an unidentified man lies in a hospital bed in Tripoli. He was allegedly injured during NATO airstrikes a day earlier.

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Libyans: NATO Bombing Raids Also Killed Civilians

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Syria's President Assad Pressed To Open Dialogue

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A convoy of Turkish army vehicles drives along a road in the province of Sirnak, near the Turkish-Iraqi border. The conflict between Turkey and Kurdish militants in northern Iraq has intensified in recent weeks.

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Fresh Violence Strains Reforms For Turkish Kurds

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Outspoken Ambassador To Syria Returns To U.S.

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State Department Pulls U.S. Ambassador Out Of Syria

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Future Uncertain On Libya's Day Of 'Liberation'

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