Raid Strains Israeli-Turkish Relations

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Israeli Raid On Gaza Flotilla Draws Anger

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Turkish demonstrators wave Palestinian flags and shout slogans during an anti-Israeli protest Monday on Taksim Square in Istanbul. Mustafa Ozer/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Israeli Raid On Gaza Flotilla Draws Anger: Reporter Sheera Frenkel

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10 Killed As Iraelis Board Gaza Aid Convoy

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Dancers at the 59 Rivoli gallery in Paris perform in front of TVs displaying mobile phone videos. The "Action 1" exhibit features images captured by ordinary Iranians during huge protests against last year's re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. hide caption

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Iran Protesters' Twitter Revolution On Display In Paris

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U.S., Allies Move Forward On Iran Sanctions

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American-Yemeni Islamic cleric Imam Anwar al-Awlaki, shown in Yemen in 2008. Awlaki has reportedly been added to the CIA's list of targets to be killed or captured. Muhammad ud-Deen/AP hide caption

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Anwar Al-Awlaki: An American Citizen, A CIA Target

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Noam Chomsky Denied Entry Into West Bank

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A Chemistry Lesson On Uranium

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Iran Agrees To Ship Uranium To Turkey

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Brazil President Visits To Weigh Iran's Options

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American Hikers Spend 10th Month In Iranian Jail

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Escorted by his bodyguards, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (center) is greeted by demonstrators as he attends a rally commemorating the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, in Tehran on Feb. 11. Now, a month before the June 12 anniversary of last year's disputed presidential elections, Ahmadinejad's government appears to be trying to intimidate the opposition. Vahid Salemi/AP hide caption

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Crackdown On Opposition Appears Under Way In Iran

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Life On An American Campus In The UAE

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Near the Erez crossing between the northern Gaza Strip and Israel, freed Palestinian prisoner Ahmad Sabah (right) and Palestinian Fadi al-Azazmeh protest on May 4 to demand the right to return to their homes in the West Bank. Both men were deported in April from the West Bank to Gaza. The two deportations appeared to have been carried out as part of a new Israeli military policy. Mahmud Hams/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Israeli Military Order Targets West Bank 'Infiltrators'

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