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Greece's Parliament Approves Austerity Measures

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Feds Capture Fugitive James 'Whitey' Bulger In Calif.

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Pakistan Arrests CIA Informants Tied To Bin Laden

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U.S. Probes If Pakistan Colluded With Militants

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Berlusconi Waits For Outcome Of Referendums

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Gingrich Campaign Regroups After Senior Team Quits

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Mavericks Are Within 1 Game Of NBA's Championship

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Pakistani troops drive past the wreckage of a gutted aircraft destroyed in a militant attack on a Pakistani naval base in Karachi on May 23. Shakil Adil/AP hide caption

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Frontier Constabulary soldiers drill on the parade ground at Shabqadar Fort. Their traditions date back to the 1920s, when the British founded this force to patrol what was then part of India. Jim Wildman/NPR hide caption

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Anti-U.S. protesters in Peshawar, Pakistan, demonstrate in February against Ray Davis, the CIA contractor suspected in the shooting deaths of two Pakistani men. Mohammad Sajjad/AP hide caption

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The shrine to Data Ganj Baksh in Lahore, Pakistan. K.M. Chaudary/AP hide caption

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More GOP Candidates Announce Run For Presidency

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