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Syria’s Interior Ministry cautioned residents in Damascus not to protest in a statement published on the official ministry website.
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EXCLUSIVE: Dr. Zuhdi Jasser discusses the turmoil in Libya and the future of the poor but oil-rich nation.
The video description does not indicate when and where in Syria it was taken.
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Thursday evening included heated debate on the U.S. policy regarding Iran.
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Group warned UNIC of Iran’s grisly misuse of cranes.
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Sinaloa is notorious for its organized crime.
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Weak economic growth puts the nation at risk of entering another recession.
Anders Behring Breivik confessed to the attacks. (Wikimedia Commons)
The first funerals for victims of Norway's twin terror attacks have begun.
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Media names a 32-year-old suspect. At least 87 people were killed in the twin attacks.
Unconfirmed reports suggest the death toll from Friday's shooting may be higher.
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No one has claimed responsibility for either of the attacks.
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The decision comes after reports that Tadano's cranes have been used to stage public executions in Iran.
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Proposals for "Caylee's Law" have been filed in several states.
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Amazon says the legislation is “counterproductive.”
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Gaddafi's daughter says her father will not be stepping down.
What do you think about the tax? Will it help or harm California?
EXCLUSIVE: Advocate for wounded warriors explains challenges troops face.
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The Republican-led House sent a mixed message Friday afternoon.
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It’s a trial that never should have been—no matter what one thinks about Wilders.
Not particularly effective, apparently.
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Romney is the front-runner for the 2012 GOP nomination.
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But Yemeni government officials have denied the claims.
Nothing in the slew of messages is shocking or new.
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Chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court says evidence is convincing.
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Gingrich said he and his staffers “had a strategic disagreement about how to run a campaign.”
Obama met with Gabon's president, who has a “less than sterling” record.
Privacy critics cite concerns over Facebook's failure to alert users to the change.
In response, UN Watch blasted Pillay's "questionable sense of priorities."
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Kevorkian assisted more than 100 people to end their lives.
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Libyan opposition activist says al-Obeidy was abused in Qatar.
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This once vibrant community has been totally ethnically cleansed and destroyed.
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Some worry the charges will have a "chilling effect" on scientists.
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Clinton says no evidence exists Pakistani officials knew of bin Laden's whereabouts.
Report alleges NSF funded Jell-O wrestling at the South Pole, shrimp on treadmills.
But is the idea of a gender neutral society a fantasy?
The Wall Street Journal's Bret Stephens thinks so.
Port of Los Angeles (Photo by Reut Cohen)
But environmentalists say the ports have a long way to go.
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Netanyahu met with Obama in Washington on Friday.
Jewish refugees who fled Iraq in 1951 register upon arrival in Israel. (Courtesy of Babylonian Heritage Center)
Up to a million Middle Eastern Jews were robbed of their land. What about their rights?
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Chomsky called Osama bin Laden an "unarmed victim."
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