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Riot police officers push back a protester during an anti-austerity protest Sunday in front of the Greek Parliament in Athens. Kostas Tsironis/AP hide caption

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Public Outrage Grows As Greece Looks For More Cuts

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Egyptian demonstrators protest against the emergency law in front of the Interior Ministry in Cairo on Friday. The country's military rulers announced last week that the Hosni Mubarak-era measure would remain in effect until at least next June. Khalil Hamra/AP hide caption

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In Egypt, Mubarak-Era Emergency Law To Stay

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Defense Secretary Leon Panetta looks on at left as Joint Chiefs Chairman Adm. Michael Mullen testifies Thursday in Washington. Harry Hamburg/AP hide caption

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Fragile U.S.-Pakistan Relations On Downward Spiral

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Sakina sits with her 18-month-old son, Shafiq, at a women's shelter in Bamiyan, in central Afghanistan, last October. Sakina spent seven months in prison for leaving a forced marriage. The Afghan government recently backed down from a plan to take control of women's shelters, and women's groups are hailing it as a victory. Paula Bronstein/Getty Images hide caption

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Afghan Women Fight Back, Preserve Shelters

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Voters waited in long lines in Birmingham, Ala., to cast their ballots in the 2008 presidential elections. But next year, the lines across the country may be longer as state election offices face budget cuts. Butch Dill/AP hide caption

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Voters May Face Slower Lines In 2012 Elections

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By 1985, Warhol's style had evolved substantially; on this untitled headline piece, he collaborated with Keith Haring. National Gallery of Art hide caption

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Andy Warhol's 'Headline': Sensationalism Always Sells

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True North Health Center in Falmouth, Maine, accepts "time dollars," in addition to real dollars. Patients perform services in the community, like raking leaves, to earn the currency, and they can spend it for care at True North. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Bartering For Health Care: Yardwork For Treatment

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Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan Mahmud Turkia/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Turkey's Erdogan Blasts Syria, Israel

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