A Swell Of Elections In Post-Arab Spring Middle East

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Israel's Arabic Citizens Plan Election Boycott

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Street signs in the city of Lahore, Pakistan, are rare. The few that exist are in disrepair, like the one above. Two entrepreneurs are looking to change that and improve navigation in the city. Dina Temple-Raston hide caption

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Street Signs Intended To Give Pakistani City New Direction

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With Egypt's New Choices, The Burden Of Democracy

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A fragment of the 2,000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls is laid out at a laboratory in Jerusalem. More than 60 years after their discovery, 5,000 images of the ancient scrolls are now online. Uriel Sinai/Getty Images hide caption

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Virtually Anyone Can See The Dead Sea Scrolls Now

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Schwarzkopf, Commander In Gulf War, Dies At 78

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Head Of Military Police Defects To Syrian Opposition

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Maysam Selmo, 8, during her first week at Albashayer School for Syrian Refugee Children in Antakya, Turkey. She and her extended family fled their village in northwestern Syria, and now live in a crowded apartment. Jodi Hilton for NPR hide caption

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Syria's War Leaves Its Scars On The Children

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Despite Protests, Egypt Has A New Constitution

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'Prophet School' Trains A New Generation In Israel

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The Israel Antiquities Authority says archeologists have found the oldest artifact that bears the inscription of Bethlehem, a 2,700-year-old clay seal with the name of Jesus' traditional birthplace. AP hide caption

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Dig Finds Evidence Of Another Bethlehem

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In March 2011, at the beginning of the Syrian uprising, protester Ibrahim Abazid made a massive white flag out of a sugar sack. This picture of him waving the flag in his hometown of Dera'a became a hugely popular image. Now Abazid hopes to serve on a city council in Dera'a. Courtesy of Ibrahim Abazid hide caption

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As Syrian War Grinds On, A Rebel Keeps Reinventing Himself

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No Breakthrough In Sight For Peaceful Transition In Syria

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Relentless Syrian Violence Drains Hope For Solution

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Sifting Through Conspiracy: A Look At Yasser Arafat's Death

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