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  • Opinion Can Obama erase ‘Bush nostalgia’ in the Middle East?

    Obama has reverted to Clinton-era policies in the Middle East. But Arab reformers are nostalgic for something more like Bush’s “freedom agenda,” which helped usher in a promising moment for Arab reform.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 03/30

    A woman holds her sleeping baby during South African President Jacob Zuma's visit to a settlement for poor whites in Pretoria on March 30. While most white South Africans still enjoy lives of privilege and wealth, the number of poor whites has risen steadily over the past 15 years, with white unemployment nearly doubled between 1995 and 2005, according to the South African Institute for Security Studies.

  • Netanyahu faces 'difficult choices' going into AIPAC speech

    Going into his AIPAC speech today, Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces stern US warnings, Palestinian exasperation, and a fractious coalition government and rising violence back home.

  • Arab neighbors cast a wary eye on Iraq election results

    Arab neighbors cast a wary eye on Iraq election results

    With the first Iraq election results coming in, Middle East countries are watching close and gauging what the vote means for their influence on the oil-rich state.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 03/05

    Budapest Zoo's newborn giraffe calf rests on hay while mother Santana walks by in Budapest, Hungary, on March 5. The gender of the baby, born on Wednesday, is still not known. The zoo plans to show the calf to the public next week.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 02/25

    A protester burns a Russian national flag in front of Parliament during a rally in Tbilisi, Georgia, on Thursday to mark the anniversary of the Soviet occupation of Georgia in 1921.

  • Hamas assassination: If Mossad did it, Israel wonders if it was worth it

    Hamas assassination: If Mossad did it, Israel wonders if it was worth it

    The Hamas assassination in Dubai -- which police in the United Arab Emirates say they believe was organized by Israel's Mossad -- has Israelis wondering of the costs of targeting the Jewish state's enemies abroad outweigh the benefits.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 02/18

    The Northern Lights shimmer above the flight deck of the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean, the Royal Navy's largest warship, in the Fjords of Norway. HMS Ocean is operating in the region as part of the United Kingdom's Amphibious Task Group, conducting Exercise Cold Response, a multinational exercise conducted alongside the Norwegian Armed Forces.

  • Palestinian role Dubai assassination? Hamas blames Mossad

    Palestinian role Dubai assassination? Hamas blames Mossad

    Hamas officials said they have evidence, which they refuse to release, that Israel and its Mossad intelligence agency dispatched the assassination team that killed Hamas leader Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in Dubai. They said reports of Palestinian involvement in his murder aren't true.

  • Dubai police point to Israel and Mossad in Hamas assassination

    Dubai police point to Israel and Mossad in Hamas assassination

    The Dubai police chief said Thursday he was '99 percent certain' that Mossad, the Israel intelligence agency, was behind the assassination of Hamas official Mahmoud Mabhouh in the emirate in January.