Syrian refugees gather amid olive trees in an area controlled by the rebel Free Syrian Army, in northern Syria near the Turkish border, on Sept. 25. The area has become a way station for Syrian refugees pushed out of neighboring Turkey. Michel Moutot /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Turkey Pushes Syrians Into Limbo Across Border

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In Syria, Tensions And Buildings Burn

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Syria Experiences More Bloody Weekend Fighting

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Local Syrian doctors prepare to treat a patient in a field hospital in Aldana, Syria, near the Turkish border. Each day, local and expatriate doctors take big risks to treat the wounded in rebel-held areas. Deborah Amos/NPR hide caption

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Syrian-American Doctors Head To The Battle Zone

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Reporting On Hope, Despair In The Middle East

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U.S. Increases Aid To Syria As Violence Rages On

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Ghulam Ahmed Bilour, Pakistan's railways minister, has offered $100,000 for the death of a filmmaker who produced an anti-Islam movie. He says it's the "only way" to stop insults to the Prophet Muhammad. Aamir Qureshi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Pakistani Minister Stands By Bounty For Filmmaker

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Experts Weigh In On Likelihood Of A War With Iran

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Should The World Brace For An Iran-Israel War?

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Syrian Rebels Work To Restore Order To Border Town

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Netanyahu Renews Calls For 'Clear Red Line' On Iran

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At the U.N. today, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used a graphic to show how far he says Iran will be by mid-2013 in a quest to develop nuclear weapons. He drew the red line to mark where he says Iran must be stopped. Lucas Jackson /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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