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Archived Since:October 21, 2010

Blog Post Archive

Yemen military making "some progress" against Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula

At least 17 militants killed by Yemeni forces, government claims to have regained control of two key AQAP strongholds

Pakistan has "scaled down" demands for per-truck tax in talks to reopen supply route

Senior Pakistani official says Islamabad "scaled down" amount sought for per-vehicle charge on NATO supply convoys

Is Syria in an "official" civil war?

Syria calls the term inaccurate, while the U.S. and U.N. peacekeeping department are not confirming that

Israel gov't report blasts Netanyahu's handling of Gaza flotilla

Israeli gov't report accuses PM of "flawed" and "superficial" military response to Turkish flotilla, which left 9 dead

Pakistani panel finds ex-envoy to U.S. asked Americans for help dealing with influential military

Husain Haqqani, former ambassador to U.S., asked Americans for help dealing with influential military, commission finds

Israel's Holocaust memorial vandalized with anti-Zionist graffiti

Officials suspect graffiti is latest by ultra-Orthadox Jewish militants, who are widening gulf with secular majority

Syria activists: Boy, 11, shot in head by sniper

Opposition says young boy taking part in small anti-government rally in Daraa dies after being shot once in head

"Smell of death" pervades Syria mass killing site

Observers reach village where opposition says regime forces massacred scores of people

U.N. observers mass outside alleged Syria massacre site

About 20 observers reach outskirts of village they were turned away from Thursday under threat of violence

U.N. observers mass for 2nd try at accessing alleged Syria massacre site

About 20 observers mass in Hama before 2nd attempt to access village they were turned away from Thursday under threat of violence

Syrian peace plan fails: What now for the U.N.?

A lot of diplomatic effort being put into bringing Russia into a solution for ending the slaughter in Syria

Leon Panetta: U.S. "reaching the limits of our patience" with Pakistan terror safe havens

Defense chief says U.S. "reaching the limits of our patience"; Warns Pakistan to act, or U.S. may expand fight

Assad taps new PM, but instability reigns

Appointment of new prime minister, an Assad loyalist, aimed to portray normalcy and regime's grip on power, but war is inching toward Damascus

Syria regime forges ahead in denial

Appointment of new PM, an Assad loyalist, aimed to portray normalcy and regime's grip on power, but war is inching toward Damascus

Report: Israel fitting nuclear missiles on German-built subs

Der Spiegel reports Israel deploying nuclear-tipped cruise missiles on German-built submarines partially funded by Berlin

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to be sentenced; Death penalty possible, but unlikely

Mubarak is charged with ordering the deaths of peaceful demonstrators during "Arab spring" protests and other crimes

No easy answers in Syria as wary Middle East looks on

No one - not the diffuse collection of rebels, the Assad regime or the outside world - can see the endgame as crisis threatens region

Cuban private business finally in Yellow Pages

The Cuban government allowing private businesses into their Yellow Pages may be a sign they're here to stay

GlobalPost: Syria's doctors risk danger to help wounded

How doctors and hospitals risk of execution or arrest by helping those injured by government forces

Pakistani doctor who helped U.S. track bin Laden convicted for militancy, not helping CIA, official says

Doctor who helped U.S. track bin Laden convicted for conspiring with militant, not helping CIA, court judgment shows

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