Doctors at a hospital in Aleppo, Syria, treat a boy injured in what the government said was a chemical weapons attack on March 19. Syria's government and rebels accused each other of firing a rocket loaded with chemical agents outside of Aleppo. George Ourfalian/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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How Doctors Would Know If Syrians Were Hit With Nerve Gas

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The Broader International Question: What To Do About Syria?

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U.S. Tries To Restore Ties Between Turkey And Israel

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U.N. Aid Workers Not Prepared For Chemical Weapons In Syria

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Diplomacy, Sanctions And A Nearing Red Line With Iran

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"House Arrest" by Nikahang Kowsar: Mir Hossein Mousavi, a presidential candidate in the disputed 2009 presidential election, and his wife have been under house arrest with no charge brought against them, since early 2011. International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran hide caption

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Iran's Political Scene Is Sketchy For Cartoonists

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Saudi Arabia film director Haifaa Al-Mansour (right) receives the award of best film for her movie Wadjda at Dubai International Film Festival in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on Dec. 16, 2012. Ali Haider/EPA/Landov hide caption

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Does Syria's Alleged Use Of Chemical weapons 'Cross The Line?'

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Egyptian Christians gather around four coffins during a funeral service at the Saint Mark Coptic cathedral in Cairo on April 7. Religious violence this month has killed three Muslims and at least six Christians. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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Egyptian Activists: Our Religion Is None Of Your Business

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Ahmed Fahad sells ice cream from a Styrofoam cooler through tangled traffic at the Qalandia checkpoint between Jerusalem and the West Bank city of Ramallah. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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At Israeli Checkpoint, Tear Gas And Ice Cream A Way Of Life

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President Obama meets with the emir of Qatar, Sheik Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, in the Oval Office on Tuesday. The emir is among a series of visiting Middle East leaders urging the U.S. to take a greater role in the Syrian conflict. Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Wary As Qatar Ramps Up Support Of Syrian Rebels

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The White House said this week that it believes Syria has been using chemical weapons, but President Obama has not said how the U.S. might respond. Here, rebel fighters in Syria prepare to launch of a rocket in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, on April 21. The rebels have also accused the Syrian government of employing chemical weapons. Miguel Medina /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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