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A fishing boat lies on its side in shallow water in the boat basin at Crescent City, Calif., after a tsunami surge withdrew March 11. The surges broke loose and damaged most of the 35 boats that remained in the harbor. Jeff Barnard/AP hide caption

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Tracking A Tsunami Barreling Across The Ocean

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Then-Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak met with CIA Director Leon Panetta at the presidential palace in Cairo in January 2010. For years, the CIA knew the main players in Egypt. Now, the map of Egypt's power structure must be redrawn. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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In North Africa, Power Map No Longer Drawn In Ink

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Yasmin Levy fuses together a handful of Mediterranean influences on Sentir. Ali Taskiran /Courtesy of World Village Records hide caption

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Yasmin Levy: Rearranging The Past

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Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, shown in Baghdad on Feb. 5, has given his government 100 days to clean up its act and show the public the government can provide basic services. Ahmad al-Rubaye/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Iraqi Prime Minister Softens Tone On Protests

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A worker walks in front of a refinery inside the Brega oil complex in Libya. Events in North Africa and the Middle East are being closely watched by oil traders to determine what a barrel is worth. Hussein Malla/AP hide caption

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To Figure Out The Price Of Oil, Follow The News

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Paul Giamatti and Amy Ryan star in Tom McCarthy's new film Win Win. Kimberly Wright/Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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'Win Win': Director Tom McCarthy On Wrestling With Moral Vagaries

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