'Byzantine' Tips For Today's Foreign Policy

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Yearwood On The News: Afghanistan, Honduras

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Afghans Cope With Violence In Kabul

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Karzai Challenger May Boycott Afghan Runoff

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Halloween Warning: That's Not A Polar Bear Costume

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Iraq Reconstruction Program Needs Its Own Rebuild

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Week In Review With Daniel Schorr

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An Iraqi schoolgirl wears a protective mask as she is walked to school in the central Iraqi city of Kut, Oct. 19, 2009. Panic over swine flu prompted officials in Iraq to close about 2,000 schools in a bid to combat the virus. Ali al-Alak/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Iraqis Fear New Enemy: H1N1 Virus

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Iran Appears To Reject Uranium Deal, Seek Changes

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Workers transport ballot boxes on a trolley to be loaded on trucks at the Independent Election Commission compound in Kabul. Taliban fighters have warned Afghans not to take part in the country's Nov. 7 presidential runoff election. Altaf Qadri/AP hide caption

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China Lifts Ban On U.S. Pork Products

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Clinton Faults Pakistan On Al-Qaida Inaction

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In this file photo from April 2008, supporters of Egypt's main opposition group, the Muslim Brotherhood, demonstrate in Alexandria, Egypt, against a wave of arrests targeting the group's leaders and potential candidates in upcoming local elections. Members of the group say it is experiencing similar persecution now, more than a year away from parliamentary elections. AP hide caption

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In Egypt, Succession Worries Prompting Crackdown?

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