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  • In Pictures Noah's Ark

    This undated handout photo received on April 27 from Noah's Ark Ministries International shows a member of a group of Chinese and Turkish evangelical explorers looking at wooden beams inside a compartment of a structure that they claim might prove the existence of Noah's Ark, on Mount Ararat. The team said on April 26 they recovered wooden specimens from the structure on Mount Ararat in eastern Turkey that carbon dating proved was 4,800 years old, around the same time the ark is said to have been afloat.

  • Noah's Ark discovered. Again.

    Noah's Ark discovered. Again.

    A Chinese Christian filmmaker is the latest in a long line of religiously funded expeditions claiming to have found the final resting place of Noah's Ark on Turkey's Mount Ararat.

  • Iran nuclear program: On sanctions, Congress ahead of Obama

    Iran nuclear program: On sanctions, Congress ahead of Obama

    The House and Senate are progressing with bipartisan legislation to impose sanctions in response to the Iran nuclear program. But President Obama faces difficulties in the UN Security Council.

  • Iraq voters face long wait for new government as Maliki, others jockey for power

    Iraq voters face long wait for new government as Maliki, others jockey for power

    Prime Minister Maliki and others are maneuvering for influence in the wake of the March 7 vote, results of which are being delayed by a recount and investigation of other complaints. Inability to form an effective new Iraq government could further divide the country.

  • Iran foreign minister says interested in modified nuclear fuel swap

    Iran foreign minister says interested in modified nuclear fuel swap

    Iran Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said Tuesday the Islamic Republic could reconsider a modified version of a nuclear fuel swap plan that it rejected last year. The plan would ship most of its nuclear fuel abroad.

  • Opinion Host city for 2020 Olympics: Why not Jerusalem?

    If Israelis and Palestinians agreed to cohost the 2020 Olympic Games, it could help them clear hurdles to sustainable peace.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 04/18

    A supporter of new elected Turkish Cypriots leader Dervis Eroglu holds a Turkish flag in front of his face during victory celebrations, in Turkish occupied area of Nicosia, Cyprus, on April 18. Cyprus was split in 1974 when Turkey invaded after a coup by supporters of union with Greece.

  • Nationalist wins Cyprus election, sparking concern about peace talks

    Nationalist wins Cyprus election, sparking concern about peace talks

    Hardline nationalist Dervis Eroglu won Sunday's Cyprus election, but his victory in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus could stall fragile peace talks and harm Turkey's troubled bid to join the European Union.

  • Kyrgyzstan president resigns, leaving new leaders in full control

    Kyrgyzstan president resigns, leaving new leaders in full control

    Kyrgyzstan President Bakiyev resigned Thursday and fled to Kazakhstan. The interim government of Roza Otunbayeva must now try to restore order to the highly strategic but unstable country.

  • In Pictures Islamic Fashion

    ’Fashionistas’ at the CNR Expo Center in Istanbul view the Ugoza collection, one of many shown at the annual Islamic fashion show held in early April.