Roadside Bombs Make For Deadly July In Afghanistan

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Pakistan Court Rules Musharraf Emergency Illegal

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Former Philippines President Aquino Dies

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Ethiopia Prepares For 'Rumble In The Jungle' Redux

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Court Orders Young Guantanamo Prisoner Freed

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Remembering One Of U.K.'s Last World War I Vets

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Horrors Of Camps Overshadow Killings By German SS

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Iraq Cracks Down On Iranian Dissident Group

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An Iranian anti-riot policeman raises his baton to disperse protesters at an opposition rally Thursday at the Behesht-e Zahra cemetery outside Tehran, Iran. The Iranian government has banned foreign media from covering some events in Iran; this image was taken by an individual not employed by The Associated Press and obtained by the AP outside Iran. AP hide caption

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New Wave Of Political Unrest, Violence Hits Iran

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The International Organ Trafficking Market

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Abdul Salam Rocketi was once a commander with the mujahedeen freedom fighters, who distinguished himself with his uncanny ability for firing rocket-propelled grenades. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Candidates' Stories Reflect Afghanistan's Struggle

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