Dubai Tries To Calm Investors, But Concerns Remain
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Will Abu Dhabi Come To Dubai's Aid?
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Dubai's Debt Troubles Ripple Worldwide
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Iran Defies West With Plans For New Nuclear Sites
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Jordanian Journalist Lifts Veil On Honor Killings
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Maziar Bahari, shown in a photo released in August by the semiofficial Iranian Fars News Agency. Hossein Salehi Ara/Fars News Agency/AP hide caption

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118 Days In An Iranian Prison
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Iran Seizes Shirin Ebadi's Nobel Prize Medal
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An Arab worker pours Merlot grapes into a crate during the harvest for the Dalton winery on Oct. 7, 2009, in Kerem Ben Zimra, in the northern Galilee region of Israel. Getty Images hide caption

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Move Over Manischewitz, Israeli Wines Gain Acclaim
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Jerusalem's Palestinians Allege Expulsion Campaign
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Lioness Sabrina (foreground) walks in her pen at the Gaza Zoo with her brother, Sakher, in 2007. The two lions are among the few animals at the zoo that survived the Israeli offensive against Hamas militants nearly a year ago. Hatem Moussa/AP hide caption

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At Gaza Zoo, The Wild Things Return
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Furor Over Israeli Soldiers' Support For Settlements
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Yemeni women gather around a water well south of San'a, the Yemeni capital, on May 15. The poor, war-stricken country is suffering from yet another disaster — water shortages that will only worsen as limited underground supplies run out. Khaled Fazaa/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Obscured By War, Water Crisis Looms In Yemen
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Iran Nuke Plant At Advanced Construction Stage
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Saudi soldiers deploy in the southern Saudi province of Jizan on the border with Yemen on Nov. 8. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Fighting In Yemen Escalates As Saudis Enter Fray
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