Egyptian presidential candidate and former Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa delivers a speech to Bedouins in Ras Sidr during a campaign trip to the South Sinai last week. Egyptians are anticipating the first presidential elections after last year's ouster of Hosni Mubarak. Asmaa Waguih/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Egyptians Prepare For Wide-Open Presidential Poll

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Ordinary Israelis Ponder An Attack Against Iran

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Death Toll Rises As Syrian Troops Bombard Homs

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A man burns a portrait of Syrian President Bashar Assad during a Sunday demonstration on the outskirts of Idlib in northern Syria. Rodrigo Abd/AP hide caption

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In A New Setback, Syrian Opposition Splits

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Iran Calls Oscar Win A Success Over Israel

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An Iraqi jet fired missiles that hit the USS Stark in the Persian Gulf in 1987, killing 37 U.S. sailors. Iraq and Iran were at war at the time, and the U.S. wanted to keep open the regiion's vital oil shipping lanes. The current friction between the U.S. and Iran has again raised tension in the Gulf. U.S Navy/AP hide caption

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Clinton: How Do We Help Syrians Defend Themselves?

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NGOs On Trial In Egypt

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Syria On The Brink Of Civil War?

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Syrians Head To The Polls, Violence Continues

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Two American Officers Killed At Afghan Ministry

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Syria's Army Withstands International Condemnation

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Voices From Homs, A City Under Siege

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Israel-Iran Relations: A Native Poet's Perspective

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